Northgate Primary School

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Y1 Long Term Plan

Term

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Topic

Transition / Journeys and Transport

Seasons and Weather

Castles

Farming and Food

Plants and Growing

The Seaside / Holidays

Science

Materials (Keeping bear dry, materials box in cupboard to use)

Working scientifically

Seasonal Changes

Working scientifically

Materials

Working scientifically

Animals

Working scientifically

Plants

Working scientifically

Materials

Seasonal Changes

Working scientifically

Naming and labelling body parts (sun cream safety)

History

Life of a significant individual beyond living memory –  Orville and Wilbur Wright and Neil Armstrong.

Events beyond living memory – Guy Fawkes

Remembrance Sunday

Life of a significant individual – Kings and Queens

Norwich Castle

Queen Elizabeth II and Princes

Changes within living memory – how machinery has evolved has changed farming processes.

 

Changes within living memory -  History of Gt Yarmouth

Geography

How do we get around?

Use maps, atlases and globes to identify UK and its countries.

How do we travel to other countries and space.

Identify seasonal changes. Observe and describe the weather.  Weather patterns in UK and other areas of world

Local castles  -

Norwich, Burgh Castle, Framlingham etc

Use maps, globes and atlases - Where does our food come from ?

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Use field work and observational skills to study school environment and describe key physical features

Using maps, globes, atlases to identify places we go on holiday.  Look at countries of the UK and capital cities and surrounding seas.

RE

www.ecre.co.uk

How do Christians Worship?

Why is Diwali  important to Hindus?

What is Advent?

Stories from the

 Old Testament.

What does the Cross mean to Christians?

What significant events belong to Islam?

What significant events belong to Islam?

Computing

Text and graphics

Creating pictures

Digital Images – Text and Multimedia

Modelling and simulations – de-bugging and algorithms (Bee Bots)

Sound and Music - algorithms

Finding things out

Programming and Coding

Term

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Topic

 

 

Transition / Journeys and Transport

Seasons and Weather

Castles

Farming and Food

Plants and Growing

The Seaside / Holidays

PSHE

(New PATHS)

PATHS – RECAP FEELINGS LEARNED SO FAR.

Continue Paths Program                        

Continue Paths Program

Continue Paths Program

Continue Paths Program

Continue Paths Program

Music

Sounds interesting – exploring sounds

Teddy Bears Picnic

Rain, rain go away – exploring timbre, tempo and dynamics

Christmas songs

Harvest songs

The Long and the Short of it – Exploring Duration

Feel the Pulse – Exploring pulse and rhythm

Taking off – Exploring Pitch

What’s the score? – exploring instruments and symbols

Seaside songs

PE

Premier Sports / Gym

Dance:  Mouse and Strawberry /Going on a Bear Hunt

Premier Sports / Dance

Ball skills

Premier Sports / Gym

Games

Premier Sports Dance

Ball skills

Premier Sports / Gym

Games

Premier Sports /Games (striking/fielding?)

Team Games

Sports Day

DT

Design and make a Balloon. 1 per class.

Design and make a moving vehicle.

Design and make rain catchers and windmills.

Making castles and drawbridges.

Design own coat of arms.

Make catapaults.

Healthy Eating – preparing healthy snacks.

Making butter and flavoured yoghurt.

Food tasting and preparation.

Fruit salad.

Bogeyman Soup.

Produce from animals.

Make miniature lighthouses.

Make a Punch and Judy concertina puppet.

Make a sea creature.

Senses- tasting, smell, etc foods from the seaside.

Art

Colour mixing and tone

Printing and collage

Artist study – Andy Warhol

Sculpture

Artist study – (food art)

Observational drawing

Artist study – Van Gogh.Painting

Monet water garden.Manet

Observational drawing

Collage chip cones.

Paint seascapes.

Events

Teddy Bears Picnic with parents.

Bus trip

Road Train?

Visit to Church – whole school

Banquette

Caister Castle and car collection (01664 567707)

Easton College farm trip/Wroxham Farm

Visit allotments.

Trip to Fairhaven.

Walk to Graveyard to study plants/rubbings/ drawings

Visit the Beach.Trip to the park

Hippodrome.