Below you'll find a sample plan for term one, to give a sense of what topics are covered.
Fiction: story-writing based on Little Red Riding Hood, changing where she might go.
Setting focus: exploring different settings using descriptive language such as expanded noun phrases and similes and making sure to use the correct punctuation for each sentence.
Poetry: exploring different emotions using a class book The Colour Monster.
A focus on Christianity. We will be looking at significant important individuals and Christian celebrations.
This term we will be learning to play hockey. We will focus on moving with the ball and passing it to our team.
Animals including humans: learning that animals, including humans,
have offspring which grow into adults.
Looking at the life cycles of a penguin and finding out about the basic needs of animals, including humans.
Describing the importance for humans to exercise, eat the
right amounts of different types of food, and have good hygiene.
Learning to partition ‘ones’ and ‘tens’ into a place value chart.
Practising counting forwards and backwards within 50 and comparing numbers to 100.
Learning formal written methods for addition and subtraction focusing on digging deeper with problem solving, varied fluency and reasoning challenges.
Learn the song: Hands, Feet, Heart.
Listening to and appraising different songs and talking about rhythm, pulse and pitch.
Using atlases to identify the United Kingdom and its countries.
Looking at the world’s continents and oceans focusing on hot and cold climates.
Using the Purple Mash to programme, debug and create animations.
Learning how to stay safe online.
Life skills / Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) education
Just Right: learning about the different emotional zones in the Just Right tower and how to regulate our emotions.
Learning to show knowledge and understanding of aspects of the past beyond living memory, and of some of the main events and people studied such as The Wright Brothers: who were they? Why were they so important to flight?
Mark making and practising line drawings.
Looking at an artist called Matt Sewell who is well-known for drawing birds.
ABOUT THE SCHOOL
A nursery and primary school for children aged 3 to 10 in Hollingbury, Brighton.