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Year 1

Welcome to Year 1!

 

 

Moonstone Class

Class Teacher: Hannah Fryman

Class Teaching Assistant: Dawn Holmes

 

Sapphire Class

Class Teacher: Waseela Umar & Rene Tucknott

Class Teaching Assistant: Anna Gruszecka

PE 

Moonstone: Thursday afternoon

Sapphire: Friday afternoon

Yoga 

 

Sapphire: Thursday morning 

Moonstone: Friday morning 

Year 1 Curriculum Overview for 2021-2022

Half TermTopicCurriculum Area
Autumn 1st Half'Staying Alive'English: Labelling/lists/captions
Maths: Number
Geography: Local Area: London
Science: Our Body
Computing: We Are TV Chefs
History: Significant Individuals 
RE: Why are we thankful?
PE: Games
Autumn 2nd Half'Fairy tales and Castles'English: Story Writing

Maths: Number: Addition And Subtraction, Properties Of 2D And 3D Shapes
Geography: Seasons
History: Famous Kings and Queens 
Science: Wonderful Weather
Computing: We Are Celebrating
RE: Christianity

Spring 1st Half'Space' English: Story Writing/Retelling
Maths: Number - Place Value; Problem Solving;Mental Maths, Time
History/Geography: Famous Kings and Queens, 7 continents
Science: Materials
Computing: We Are Artists
RE: Judaism
PE: Gymnastics
Spring 2nd Half'Off we go to Mexico!'English: Non - Fiction

Maths: Measurement -Time; Money; Problem Solving; Mental Maths

Science: Everyday Materials
History/Geography: Geographical Comparisons
Computing: We Are Publishers
RE: Christianity

Summer 1st Half'Around the world'English: Letter Writing/Invitations

Maths: Number - Division; Problem Solving; Mental Maths
Geography: Local Area Study
Science: Naming Trees And Plants
Computing: We Are Rhythmic 
RE: Hinduism

Summer 2nd Half'Carnival of the Animals'English: Poetry

Maths: Geometry: Position And Direction; Problem Solving; Mental Maths
Geography: Name And Locate Five Oceans
Science: Animals including Humans: Our Pets
Computing: We Are Detectives
RE: Hinduism

If you have any queries, please contact the Class Teacher or the Learning and Teaching Leader for this phase: Connor Chughtai-Skillen

Please read our half termly curriculum letters for more information.

Autumn Term

This half term we have focused on settling the children into their new routines. We started off the term with a focus on well-being, looking at the book 'The Colour Monster' by Anna Llenas. We talked about different feelings and emotions and even made our own colour monsters. We went on a colour hunt around the school garden, collecting found objects to create our own colour charts. We really enjoyed getting to know each other and our new teachers. 

 

Year 1 are learning all about 'Staying Alive' this half-term and have been discussing how to keep our bodies healthy. We have identified different parts of the body, including our lungs and our heart, explaining why they are important. We even had a go at labelling parts of the body!

 

Year 1 enjoyed tasting a variety of fresh fruit and vegetables including melon, cucumber and apples. We talked about having a balanced diet and keeping our bodies healthy by eating lots of fruit and vegetables. We even had a go at sketching some fruit in our new sketchbooks! 

Spring Term

We are having a fun half-term learning all about our new topic 'Space'. In each classroom we have built our own space stations and rockets where we have gone on adventures to outer space! We have really enjoyed reading non-fiction books about Space.

To start our topic off we read 'Toys in Space' by Mini Grey and retold the story using a story map.

One of our favourite texts was 'Man on the Moon; the life of Bob' by Simon Bartram. We launched off to the moon in our classroom and acted out what it would be like to walk on the moon with zero gravity! We even wrote a postcard to Mrs Langridge  to tell her all about our adventure. 

We loved designing and making our own sock puppets and discussed what materials were best to stick on details such as wings or googly eyes! 

 

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