Sandown School

 

 

Year 1 2021-2022

 

A warm welcome to the year one page!

Our teaching team consists of Mr Anderson, Miss Parnell and Miss Smith in 1A and Mrs Barnard and Mrs Shiel in1B.

Below you will find an overview of our planned learning each term along with links to termly home learning.

Year 1 will be having PE on a Monday and a Friday. Please can children come to school on Friday wearing their PE kits.  

If your child is in isolation due to Covid-19 symptoms or is waiting for the results of a test please inform the school via the Schools COVID phone (07928949737). Remote learning will then be made available for you via Tapestry. 

Term 2 overview

Term 2 Home learning

Term 2 instant recall facts

First 100 High frequency words

Welcome to Term 2

Term 1

The Joys of Julia!

Possible enrichment

 

Maths:
Inspire Maths Unit 1: Numbers to 10
Inspire Maths Unit 2: Number bonds
Inspire Maths Unit 3: Addition within 10
Literacy:
Simple sentence structure, story writing, descriptive writing, recounts, reading skills, speaking and listening skills, rhyming and simple poetry
Topic - Geog/Hist:
Locating where children live and knowing their address, exploring local geography and where we could take The Everywhere Bear in Deal.
Science:
Seasonal changes
Working scientifically
Computing:
Unit A - Being Safe Online
RE:
God: What do Christians believe God is like?
Music:
Charanga: “Hey you!”
Sports:
Indoor PE: Infant Agility
Outdoor PE: Multi skills with Dynamic Sports coaches
Art: Drawing skills
DT: 
PSHE:
Jigsaw - Being me in my world

 

Teddy Bears Picnic

 

 Dress up as your favourite Julia Donaldson character

Term 2

Once upon a time…

Possible enrichment

 

Maths:
Inspire Maths Unit 4: Subtraction within 10
Inspire Maths Unit 5: Shapes and Patterns
3D Shape work
Literacy:
Simple sentence structure, traditional tales, reading skills, sequencing stories, comprehension and understanding, speaking and listening skills, story writing
Topic – Geog/Hist:
Traditional tales, drama and performance skills (pantomime – term focus), looking at the parts of a castle and who has lived in them (Dover castle)
Science:
Seasonal changes
Everyday materials
Computing:
Unit B: Computing skills
RE:
Incarnation: Why does Christmas matter to Christians?
Music:
Charanga: “Rhythm in the way we walk” "Banana rap"
Sports:
Indoor PE: Yoga
Outdoor PE: Football
Art: Artists
DT:3D skills and crafts and Christmas decorations
PSHE: Jigsaw- Celebrating difference

Trip to Castle

 

Term 3

 

Fire and Ice

 Possible enrichment

 

 

Maths:
Inspire Maths Unit 6: Ordinal numbers
Inspire Maths Unit 7: Numbers to 20
Inspire Maths Unit 8: Addition and subtraction within 20
Literacy:
Non-fiction writing (fact files, diary entries, instructional writing), descriptive writing, writing in the past tense (including using the suffix –ed), introduction to ‘and’ and ‘but’ as conjunctions
Topic – Geog/Hist:
Comparing hot and cold places, events beyond memory (Great Fire of London), lives of significant individuals, landmarks, UK map skills, comparing London in 1666 to London now
Science:
Seasonal changes
Everyday materials (consolidation)
Computing:
Unit A: Being Safe Online
RE:
Gospel: What is the good news that Jesus brings?
Music:
Charanga: “In the groove”
Sports:
Indoor PE: Dance
Outdoor PE: Tennis
Art:
Drawing skills and painting (including exploring colour and mixing)
DT:
Food technology (making ice-lollies)
PSHE:
Unit 3: Dreams and goals

 

Fire Brigade:

Fire safety talk

Term 4

 

What’s the Deal?

 Possible enrichment

 

Maths:
Inspire Maths Unit 9: Length
Inspire Maths Unit 10: Mass
Capacity
Inspire Maths Unit 12: Numbers to 40
Literacy:
Story writing, letter writing, fact files, diary entries, past tense writing, descriptive writing, conjunctions (including because), using commas in a list
Topic – Geog/Hist:
Local field work (exploring Deal and its history of smuggling), local landmarks, looking at maps of Deal and pirate treasure maps, changes within living memory, case studies of significant individuals (famous pirates throughout history), historical artefacts and their purposes
Science:
Seasonal changes
Working scientifically (consolidation)
Computing:
Unit D: Computer Science – Programming Toys
RE:
Salvation: Why does Easter matter to Christians?
Music:
Charanga: “Round and round”
Sports:
Indoor PE: Dance
Outdoor PE: Tag Rugby
Art:
3D skills (clay pirate faces)
DT:
PSHE:
Unit 4: Healthy me

 

Visit:

Historian – artefacts

Devious Deal - Pirate day

 

Trips:

Deal, local area walks

Term 5

 

Wonderful, Weird, Wilderness!

 Possible enrichment

 

Maths:
Inspire Maths Unit 12: Numbers to 40 (cont.)
Inspire Maths Unit 13: Mental calculations
Inspire Maths Unit 14: Multiplication
Counting in 2s, 5s and 10s
Inspire Maths Unit 15: Division (inc. fractions of shapes ( ¼ , ½, ¾ ))
Literacy:
Non-fiction writing, poetry, descriptive writing, recounts, conjunctions, using commas in a list, introduction to the suffixes –er and -est
Topic – Geog/Hist:
Atlas skills (locating the various places we are looking at on a map), naming continents and oceans, comparing contrasting locations (including
Science:
Seasonal changes
Animals (including humans)
Computing:
Unit E: Information Technology – Word Processing Skills
RE:
Judaism: Who is Jewish and what do they believe?
Music:
Charanga: “Your imagination”
Sports:
Indoor PE: Gymnastics
Outdoor PE: Infant Agility
Art:
Printmaking and painting (animal/jungle art)
Exploring different mediums (chalk, paint, pastels etc.)
DT:

PSHE:
Unit 5: Relationships

Animal Visit - Creepy Claws

Term 6

 

Dangerous Dinosaurs

 Possible enrichment

 

Maths:
Turns ( ¼, ½, ¾ turns clockwise and anti-clockwise)
Inspire Maths Unit 16: Time
Inspire Maths Unit 18: Money
Consolidation of key Y1 skills
Literacy:
Non-fiction writing, rhyming and poetry, spelling skills (prefix un-, suffixes –ing, -ed, -er and –est), commas in a list, conjunctions, story writing
Topic – Geog/Hist:
History beyond living memory – dinosaurs and changes
Science:
Seasonal changes
Animals (including humans) (consolidation)
Plants
Computing:
Unit F: Computer Science – Espresso Coding Level 1
RE:
Judaism: Who is Jewish and what do they believe?
Music:
Charanga: “Reflect, rewind and replay”
Sports:
Indoor PE: Gymnastics
Outdoor PE: Rounders
Art:
Consolidation of key Y1 skills
DT:
PSHE:
Unit 6: Changing me (including SRE)

 

Visits:

Dinosaur workshop

 

Year 1 high frequency spelling words

Year 1 rapid recall facts