EYFS/Key Stage 1

 

KEY STAGE 1 LONG TERM PLANNING Overview  2016-2018

CYCLE 1

Year A 2016/2017 – Even /Odd  Updated August 2016; next review Summer term 2017

Subject

Cycle 1 Autumn

Cycle 1 Spring

Cycle 1 Summer

Cornerstones Topic Title 

Splendid Skies

&

Memory Box

Moon zoom

&

Paws, Claws and Whiskers

Superhero’s

&

Bright lights Big City

Science

Working scientifically-Investigating permeability and insulation in every day materials

 

Seasonal changes- Weather diary-graphs, charts, weather station on balcony, measuring

Working scientifically-Investigating gravity,

Scientific observation and recording of;-

Animals

Compare and Contrast

Animal Diet and Nutrition

Animal habitats

Animal life cycles

Working scientifically Investigations to do with measuring and comparing hand size with height size

Healthy eating

Human Body

Basic needs for human survival

Exercise

SRE

Geography

Locational Knowledge

name and locate the world’s seven continents and five oceans

name, locate and identify characteristics of the four countries and capital cities of the United Kingdom and its surrounding seas

Human & Physical Geography

identify seasonal and daily weather patterns

Geographical Skills & Fieldwork

use aerial photographs and plan perspectives to recognise landmarks and basic human and physical features; devise a simple map; and use and construct basic symbols in a key

 

Place Knowledge

understand geographical similarities and differences through studying the human and physical geography of a small area of the United Kingdom

Geographical Skills & Fieldwork

use simple fieldwork and observational skills to study the geography of their school and its grounds and the key human and physical features of its surrounding environment.

History

Historical investigation

Changes within living memory- Bring in Grandparents

changes within living memory. Where appropriate, these should be used to reveal aspects of change in national life

significant historical events, people and places in their own locality

Historical investigation

Historical figures

the lives of significant individuals in the past who have contributed to Space Travel

 

The lives of famous Londoners and London events

Art

 

Record idea and experiences in a sketch book

Developing ideas, selection

Painting- apply paint using a range of tools/mix paint colours to suit a task

Collage –cut and tear paper glue it to a surface/cutting and tearing fabrics and paper attaching them using different joining technique

Printmaking – create simple mono prints using  variety of print making tools/Create single and multi-coloured prints using a wide range of printing techniques

Evaluating, appreciating

Record idea and experiences in a sketch book

Developing ideas, selection

3D- handle and manipulate rigid and malleable materials and say how they feel/ using modelling materials to create an imaginary or 3D object

Form- Use modelling materials to create a realistic or imagined form/ build simple thumb pots using clay including rolling out clay on a board

Evaluating, appreciating

Record idea and experiences in a sketch book

Developing ideas, selection

Evaluating, appreciating

Drawing- Using lines to represent shape or outline/Use line and tone to draw shape, patterns and textures

Line and tone- Use lines of different thickness/use tone to show light and dark

Photography- take a self portrait or a photograph of someone else/ use zoom to show n object in detail

Evaluating, appreciating

DT

 

Cooking Technology Focus-Recipes from the past

OR

Design, Make, Evaluate a memory box- Structures

 

Design, Make, Evaluate a moon buggy- wheels and axles

 Design, Make, Evaluate a moving picture- Levers/Sliders

 

Computing

 

Wessex ELIM Planning

‘Toys and Games’ –Use images and resources in CC Planning File and Purple Mash e.g. create a memory box Bee Bot mat

·         E-safety

·         Programming

·         Multi Media

·         Technology in our Lives

.Wessex ELIM Planning

‘Animal Top Trumps’ Use images and resources in CC Planning File and Purple Mash

·         E-safety

·         Programming

·         Multi Media

·         Technology in our Lives

Wessex ELIM Planning

‘Shadows and Stick Men’ Use images and resources in CC Planning File and Purple Mash

·         E-safety

·         Programming

·         Multi Media

·         Technology in our Lives

PE

 

Rawmarsh Scheme of Work 2016

Gymnastics Y1 1-8  DR              Games 1-6 DR

Playtime Games TB                DanceY1 1-8 RF

Rawmarsh Scheme of Work 2016

Gymnastics Y1 9-16 DR    Games 7 – 12 DR

Skipping TB                        Dance Y1 9-16 -  RF

Rawmarsh Scheme of Work 2016

OAA 1 -6 DR                          Athletics Unit 1 DR

Wake Up Shake Up TB            Athletics Unit 1 RF

PSHCE

 

Learn4life Our Happy School (New Beginnings)

-Citizenship (Me & my community)

Learn4life Out and About (Getting On & Falling Out / Say No to Bullying)

-Safety

Learn4life Looking Forward (Going for Goals)

-Economic Wellbeing

Learn4life Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds (Good to be Me)

-Healthy Lifestyles / Drug Education

Learn4life My Friends and Family (Relationships)

-Sex & Relationships Education

Learn4life Ready, Steady, Go (Changes)

-Resilience / Preparing for Change

RE

 

How do we show care to others? – York dioceses unit 9 (see Thurrock RE Agreed Syllabus planning)

Harvest Church Experience – October

Why do we celebrate special times? Christmas – York dioceses unit 4  (see Gloucestershire Agreed Syllabus planning)

Why should we care for the Earth? York dioceses unit 10 (see Gilford RE Agreed Syllabus planning)

What can we learn from the Bible and other sacred texts? York dioceses unit 8 (see Gilford RE Agreed Syllabus planning)

Christian Festivals: Holy Week, Easter and Pentecost: Why do they matter?

 York dioceses unit 4  (see Wilshire Agreed Syllabus planning)

Cont…Christian Festivals: Holy Week, Easter and Pentecost: Why do they matter? York dioceses unit 4  (see Wilshire Agreed Syllabus planning)

Talking about God – What do you think? What do other think? – York dioceses unit 3  (see Gloucestershire Agreed Syllabus planning)

Music

 

Listen to sounds of music, representing the weather. Describe what you hear

Nursery Rhymes

Percussion accompaniment to music relating to space

Movement and music – Let’s move ‘Meet the Aliens’

Listen to theme tunes for different musical heros, can you name the instrument you can hear?

Compose own superhero song

See RF Medium Term Plans July 2016

Extra-curricular enhancement activities e.g. trips/ visitors

Visit to a Farm (seasonal changes and what happens at the farm during harvest) – Autumn 1

Harvest church experience - October

Diwali (overview activity) - October

Bonfire Night (firework code) – November

Remembrance Day (Prayer) - November  

Great/ Grandparent Day -Autumn 2

Nativity - December

Space Workshop – Spring 1

Chinese New Year (cultural activities) – January 27th 2017

Visit form a Vet and animal sanctuary worker – Spring 2

Mother’s day service – March 26th 2017

Class assembly

Super hero dress up day – Summer 1

Talks from local ‘Super Hero’s’

Christian Aid week – May

Ramadan (overview activity) – May 27th

Royal Tea party – Summer 2

 

 

CYCLE 2

2017-2018 To be reviewed in June 2017

Subject

Cycle 2 Autumn

Cycle 2 Spring

Cycle 2 Summer

Cornerstones Curriculum Title

Bounce

&

Beat, Band Boogie

Muck, Mess and Mixture

&

Scented garden

Street detectives

&

Land Ahoy

Science

Working scientifically

 

Forces

 

Sound

Working scientifically

 

Properties of everyday materials

 

Seasonal changes

 

Working scientifically

 

Plants

 

Living things and their habitats

 

Geography

Geographical Skills & Fieldwork

use simple compass directions (North, South, East and West) and locational and directional language [for example, near and far; left and right], to describe the location of features and routes on a map

 

Place Knowledge

understand geographical similarities and differences through studying the human and physical geography of a small area of the United Kingdom,

key physical features, including: beach, cliff, coast, forest, hill, mountain, sea, ocean, river, soil, valley, vegetation, season and weather

key human features, including: city, town, village, factory, farm, house, office, port, harbour and shop

use simple fieldwork and observational skills to study the geography of their school and its grounds and the key human and physical features of its surrounding environment

Place Knowledge

understand geographical similarities and differences through studying the human and physical geography of a small area in a contrasting non-European country

 

History

Historical investigation

Historical events

significant historical events, people and places in their own locality

Historical investigation

Changes within living memory

changes within living memory. Where appropriate, these should be used to reveal aspects of change in national life

significant historical events, people and places in their own locality

Historical investigation

Historical figures

the lives of significant individuals in the past who have contributed to national and international achievements. Some should be used to compare aspects of life in different periods

significant historical events, people and places in their own locality

Art

 

Record idea and experiences in a sketch book

Developing ideas, selection

Painting- apply paint using a range of tools/mix paint colours to suit a task

Collage –cut and tear paper glue it to a surface/cutting and tearing fabrics and paper attaching them using different joining technique

Printmaking – create simple mono prints using  variety of print making tools/Create single and multi-coloured prints using a wide range of printing techniques

Evaluating, appreciating

Record idea and experiences in a sketch book

Developing ideas, selection

3D- handle and manipulate rigid and malleable materials and say how they feel/ using modelling materials to create an imaginary or 3D object

Form- Use modelling materials to create a realistic or imagined form/ build simple thumb pots using clay including rolling out clay on a board

Evaluating, appreciating

Record idea and experiences in a sketch book

Developing ideas, selection

Evaluating, appreciating

Drawing- Using lines to represent shape or outline/Use line and tone to draw shape, patterns and textures

Line and tone- Use lines of different thickness/use tone to show light and dark

Photography- take a self portrait or a photograph of someone else/ use zoom to show n object in detail

Evaluating, appreciating

DT

 

Design

generate, develop, model and communicate their ideas through talking, drawing, templates, mock-ups and, where appropriate, information and communication technology

Make

select from and use a wide range of materials and components, including construction materials, textiles and ingredients, according to their characteristics

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Cooking & Nutrition

use the basic principles of a healthy and varied diet to prepare dishes

understand where food comes from. 

 

Technical Knowledge

build structures, exploring how they can be made stronger, stiffer and more stable

explore and use mechanisms [for example, levers, sliders, wheels and axles], in their products.

 

IT

 

Wessex ELIM Planning

‘Fix it and Find it’’ –Use images and resources in CC Planning File and Purple Mash e.g. create a memory box Bee Bot mat

·         E-safety

·         Programming

·         Multi Media

Technology in our Lives

.

 

Wessex ELIM Planning

‘Shapes and safety’ –Use images and resources in CC Planning File and Purple Mash e.g. create a memory box Bee Bot mat

·         E-safety

·         Programming

·         Multi Media

Technology in our Lives

Wessex ELIM Planning

‘Let’s find out and film’ –Use images and resources in CC Planning File and Purple Mash e.g. create a memory box Bee Bot mat

·         E-safety

·         Programming

·         Multi Media

Technology in our Lives

PE

 

To be filled in after review of cycle 2016- 2017

To be filled in after review of cycle 2016- 2017

To be filled in after review of cycle 2016- 2017

SMSC/PSHCE

 

Learn4life Our Happy School (New Beginnings)

-Citizenship (Me & my community)

Learn4life Out and About (Getting On & Falling Out / Say No to Bullying)

-Safety

Learn4life Looking Forward (Going for Goals)

-Economic Wellbeing

Learn4life Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds (Good to be Me)

-Healthy Lifestyles / Drug Education

Learn4life My Friends and Family (Relationships)

-Sex & Relationships Education

Learn4life Ready, Steady, Go (Changes)

-Resilience / Preparing for Change

RE

 

Who am I? What does it mean to belong? – York dioceses unit 2 (see Thurrock RE Agreed Syllabus planning)

Harvest Church experience – September

Why do we celebrate special times? Christmas – York dioceses unit 4  (see Gloucestershire Agreed Syllabus planning)

Who is an inspirational person? York dioceses unit 11 (see York diocese planning)

What makes a place special? York dioceses unit 1 and 7 (see Gilford RE Agreed Syllabus planning)

Christian Festivals: Holy Week, Easter and Pentecost: Why do they matter?

 York dioceses unit 4  (see Wilshire Agreed Syllabus planning)

Cont…Christian Festivals: Holy Week, Easter and Pentecost: Why do they matter? York dioceses unit 4  (see Wilshire Agreed Syllabus planning)

Who is Jewish and what do they believe?– York dioceses unit 6  (see York Agreed Syllabus planning)

Music

 

See RF Medium Term Plans

See RF Medium Term Plans

See RF Medium Term Plans

Extra-curricular enhancement activities

Visit to a Farm (What happens at the farm during harvest) – Autumn 1

Harvest church experience - September

Diwali (overview activity) - October

Bonfire Night (firework code) – November

Remembrance Day (Prayer) - November 

Great/ Grandparent Day -Autumn 2

Nativity - December

Walk to Ledsham Chapel – Spring 1

Chinese New Year (cultural activities) – January

Visit from a florist, garden centre worker– Spring 2

Mother’s day service – March

Class assembly

Field walk around the local area

Pirates dress up day– Summer 1

Christian Aid week – May

Ramadan (overview activity) – May 27th

Talks from local RNLI– Summer 2