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1 EYFS and KS1 Curriculum Map Cycle A Topic: Autumn 1 Ourselves Autumn 2 - Celebrations Curriculum Area EYFS Y1 Y2 Autumn Maths The Story of number to 10 2D and 3D shapes Readers Build Good Habits Emergent Story Books Launching the Writer s Workshop Oral Story Telling Labels and Signs to Sentences Place value numbers to 20 Number bonds, Recognising numbers to 100, Problem solving, 2D and 3D shapes (Singapore Maths Programme) Readers Build Good Habits Readers Read Just Right Books/Use /Print Strategies to Support Readers talk about books to Grow Ideas (Partnership, Accuracy, Fluency, Patterns/Comprehension) /handwriting/spelling/grammar We are all writers Personal Narrative/Stories from our lives Introduction to genres Zooming in on small moments Place value of 2 and 3 digit, Numbers to 1000, Comparing numbers using >< Number bonds, Addition and subtraction Multiplication, Problem solving 2D and 3D shapes,(sm Programme) with Stamina, Fluency and Meaning Character Study Talking, Thinking and about Comprehension: Story Elements /handwriting/spelling/grammar Launching the Writers Workshop Personal Narrative/Small Moments Craft of Revision about reading Ourselves The Senses Growth Animals including humans Healthy Eating Computing To use electronic equipment To use simple programmes and know the basic computer tools Word processing using word. 2 Paint, 2 Publish, i-pads for photos. Electronic Communication (VLE) E-Safety Word processing using word, 2paint and 2publish, I- pads for filming, Power-point History Past and present events in own lives. Changes within living memory and significant national events. Changes within living memory and significant national events. Geography Seasonal Changes; Daily Weather; Where we live, geographical vocabulary of the local area Seasonal Changes; Daily Weather; Where we live, geographical vocabulary of the local Community Focus 1 N/2 - L 1- Me and My Senses 2- FM Good News area 1 - Learning from Hindu People 2 FM Christmas Lights PE Premier Sport/Dance/Games Premier Sport/Dance/Games Art Portraits FH (A2) Portraits LCC(A2) DT Explore using different materials and tools to make objects Plan a design and use different tools and equipment Plan, test and make objects using different tools and equipment. Music Explore musical instruments and create simple rhythms, To learn simple songs and dances Explore musical instruments and create simple rhythms, To learn simple songs and dances New beginnings Healthy Lifestyles PHSE New beginnings Healthy Lifestyles EYFS and KS1 Curriculum Map Cycle A Topic: Spring 1 and 2 Traditional Stories Curriculum Area EYFS Y1 Y2

2 Spring Maths The Story of number to 10, Recognising numbers to 20, 2D and 3D shapes Length, capacity and weight, Time Talk about books to grow ideas spotlight on comprehension Readers use sources of information as they read Readers use just right books and print strategies /Core Skills/Handwriting Authors as Mentors Author Study Non-Fiction How-to books/ All about books Addition and subtraction, Number bonds Fractions of shapes, Multiplication Problem solving, Money, Time,length, capacity and weight Readers bring word power to power reading Non-Fiction Study Character Study /Self Reflection /handwriting/spelling/grammar for Readers Non-Fiction research topics Crafting writing using an author as a mentor Addition and subtraction, Number bonds, Fractions of shapes and numbers Multiplication and division, Problem solving, Money, Time, Length, capacity and weight, (Singapore maths programme) in a series Building comprehension, stamina, fluency Non-Fiction /handwriting/spelling/grammar for readers Realistic Fiction Non Fiction Exploring materials Naming, classifying and sorting materials Materials and their uses Computing Using 2paint, word and different software Ipads for photos and filming Word processing using word, 2paint and 2publish Presenting data Researching on the internet History Comparing their own lives with people in the past. Key individuals and comparing key events Key individuals and comparing key events Geography Seasonal changes Seasonal changes and daily weather Countries and capital cities of the UK 1-N/2-L PE 1 -Special Books (Sikhism) 2 - FM - Changes Premier Sports Big moves Seasonal changes and daily weather Continents and Oceans Countries and capital cities of the UK 1- Learning about Sikhs (Gurdwara) 2- FM The Changing Moods of Easter Premier Sports Games Art DT Music PHSE Building structures LCC (S2) Daily songs and dance Explore musical instruments and create simple rhythms Building stable structures SEAL Going for Goals Maintain physical, mental and emotional health and well-being FH(S2) Explore uses of different materials Building structures with strength Daily songs and dance To make and combine sounds Great Bowden Stars performances SEAL: Going for Goals Maintain physical, mental and emotional health and well-being

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4 EYFS and KS1 Curriculum Map Cycle A Topic: Summer 1 - Mini-beasts Summer 2 - Seaside Curriculum Area EYFS Y1 Y1/Y2 Summer Maths Addition and subtraction Recognising numbers to 40 2D and 3D shapes Readers recognise when books have patterns/accuracy/fluency/comprehension Readers can talk about related books Storytelling- a celebration of reading and writing /core skills/handwriting for many purposes Living a writerly life: independent projects Division as sharing, Addition and subtraction Multiplication, Number bonds Fractions of shapes, Money, Time Length, capacity and weight (Singapore maths programme) /Self Reflection Deeper comprehension and fluency Storytelling a celebration of reading and writing /handwriting/spelling/grammar Writers write for many purposes Fiction writing/self-reflection and evaluation Y2 Addition and subtraction, Number bonds Fractions of shapes and numbers Multiplication and division problems Problem solving, Money, Time, Length, capacity and weight Revision, (Singapore maths programme) Author Study Story-telling: A Celebration of and /handwriting/spelling/grammar Non Fiction - All About Books Independent projects Mini-beasts and exploring plants Plants and animals (minibeasts) Habitats and micro-habitats (minibeasts) Growing plants Animals and food chains Computing Text processing (keyboard, mouse, paint and draw) Using curriculum software Text processing (keyboard, mouse, paint and draw) Electronic communication (VLE) Databases Simulation History The local area and the community Significant people and events in the local area Significant people and events in the local area Geography Seasonal changes and daily weather Hot and cold places in the world Mapping, Position and direction using the compass directions (Link with maths), Local environment The Symbol of Fire Community Focus (L) PE Premier Sport Big Moves Hot and Cold places in the world. Non-European countries (link with minibeasts) Mapping Who is inspiring? Premier Sports; Athletics; Ball Games; Invasion Games Art DT Explore and use mechanisms (sliders/ levers/hinges) Music Daily Songs and Dance Daily Songs and Dance PHSE SEAL: Relationships SEAL: Relationships Explore and use mechanisms (wheels/axles/pulleys)

5 EYFS and KS1 Curriculum Map Cycle B Autumn 1: Topic Our Amazing Bodies Autumn 2: Topic Cultural Festivals Curriculum Area EYFS Y1 Y2 Autumn Maths The Story of number to 10 2D and 3D shapes Readers Build Good Habits Emergent Story Books Launching the Writer s Workshop Oral Story Telling Labels and Signs to Sentences Ourselves The Senses Growth Computing To use electronic equipment To use simple programmes and know the basic parts of the computer Place value numbers to 20 Number bonds, Recognising numbers to 100, Problem solving, 2D and 3D shapes (Singapore Maths Programme) Readers Build Good Habits Readers Read Just Right Books/Use /Print Strategies to Support Readers talk about books to Grow Ideas (Partnership, Accuracy, Fluency, Patterns/Comprehension) /handwriting/spelling/grammar We are all writers Personal Narrative/Stories from our lives Introduction to genres Zooming in on small moments Word processing using word, 2paint and 2publish, Ipads for photos, Electronic communication (VLE) History Past and present events in pupils own lives Changes within living memory and significant national events Geography Seasonal changes Where we live, simple geographical vocabulary of the local area area (Community Focus Local) Seasonal changes Where we live, simple geographical vocabulary of the local Beginnings Special Times Place value of 2 and 3 digit, Numbers to 1000, Comparing numbers using >< Number bonds, Addition and subtraction Multiplication, Problem solving 2D and 3D shapes,(singapore Maths Programme) with Stamina, Fluency and Meaning Character Study Talking, Thinking and about Comprehension: Story Elements /handwriting/spelling/grammar Launching the Writers Workshop Personal Narrative/Small Moments Craft of Revision about reading Animals, including humans Word processing using word, 2paint and 2publish, I- pads for filming, Power-point Changes within living memory and significant national events Seasonal changes and daily weather Where we live, geographical vocabulary of the local area Where do I belong? FM Gifts and Giving PE Premier Sports, Dance, Games Premier Sports, Dance, Games Art Landscapes LCC(A2) Landscapes FH(A2) DT Explore using different materials and tools to make objects Plan a design and use different tools and equipment Plan, test and make objects using different tools and equipment Music Explore musical instruments and create simple rhythms, To learn simple songs and dances Explore musical instruments and create simple rhythms, To learn simple songs and dances PHSE New Beginnings Healthy Lifestyles New Beginnings Healthy Lifestyles

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7 EYFS and KS1 Curriculum Map Cycle B Spring: Topic Heroes and Villains Curriculum Area EYFS Y1 Y1/Y2 Maths The Story of number to 10, Recognising numbers to 20, 2D and 3D shapes Length, capacity and weight, Time Addition and subtraction, Number bonds Fractions of shapes, Multiplication Problem solving, Money, Time,length, capacity and weight Spring Talk about books to grow ideas spotlight on comprehension Readers use sources of information as they read Readers use just right books and print strategies /Core Skills/Handwriting Authors as Mentors Author Study Non-Fiction How-to books/ All about books Readers bring word power to power reading Non-Fiction Study Character Study /Self Reflection /handwriting/spelling/grammar for Readers Non-Fiction research topics Crafting writing using an author as a mentor Addition and subtraction, Number bonds, Fractions of shapes and numbers Multiplication and division, Problem solving, Money, Time, Length, capacity and weight, (Singapore maths programme) in a series Building comprehension, stamina, fluency Non-Fiction /handwriting/spelling/grammar for readers Realistic Fiction Non Fiction Exploring materials Naming, classifying and sorting materials Materials and their uses Computing Using 2paint, word and different software I-pads for photos and filming Word processing using word, 2paint and 2publish Presenting data Researching on the internet History Comparing their own lives with people in the past. Key individuals and comparing key events Key individuals and comparing key events Geography Seasonal changes Seasonal changes and daily weather Countries and capital cities of the UK Community Focus National (1) Local (2) PE Art DT Build Structures 1- Friends (Islam) 2- Beautiful World Premier Sport Big Moves FH(S2) Build stable structures Seasonal changes and daily weather Continents and Oceans Countries and capital cities of the UK 1- Visiting a Place of Worship (Islam) 2- Who is a Christian? Premier Sports; Games LCC (S2) Build stable structures with strength Music PHSE Daily Songs and Dance Explore musical instruments and create simple rhythms; Great Bowden Stars SEAL: Going for Goals Maintain physical mental and emotional health and well-being Daily Songs and Dance Make and combine sounds Great Bowden Stars SEAL: Relationships Maintain physical mental and emotional health and well-being

8 EYFS and KS1 Curriculum Map Cycle B Topic: Summer 1 Wildlife Topic: Summer 2 - Travel Curriculum Area EYFS Y1 Y2 Summer Maths Addition and subtraction Recognising numbers to 40 2D and 3D shapes Readers recognise when books have patterns/accuracy/fluency/comprehension Readers can talk about related books Storytelling- a celebration of reading and writing /core skills/handwriting for many purposes Living a writerly life: independent projects Division as sharing, Addition and subtraction Multiplication, Number bonds Fractions of shapes, Money, Time Length, capacity and weight (Singapore maths programme) /Self Reflection Deeper comprehension and fluency Storytelling a celebration of reading and writing /handwriting/spelling/grammar Writers write for many purposes Fiction writing/self-reflection and evaluation Addition and subtraction, Number bonds Fractions of shapes and numbers Multiplication and division problems Problem solving, Money, Time, Length, capacity and weight Revision, (Singapore maths programme) Author Study Story-telling: A Celebration of and /handwriting/spelling/grammar Non Fiction - All About Books Independent projects Mini-beasts and exploring plants Plants and animals (minibeasts) Habitats and micro-habitats Growing plants Animals and food chains Computing Text processing (keyboard, mouse, paint and draw) Using curriculum software Text processing (keyboard, mouse, paint and draw) Electronic communication (VLE) Databases Simulation History The local area and the community Significant people and events in the local area Significant people and events in the local Geography Seasonal changes and daily weather Hot and cold places in the world Mapping, Position and direction using the compass directions (Link with maths), Local environment Community Focus (Global) PE Being Responsible area Hot and Cold places in the world. Non-European countries (link with minibeasts) Mapping What can stories teach us? Premier Sports Big Moves Art DT Explore and use mechanisms (sliders/hinges/levers) Premier Sports; Athletics; Ball Games; Invasion Games Explore and use mechanisms (wheels/axels/pulleys/hinges) Music Daily songs and dance Daily songs and dance PHSE SEAL: Relationships SEAL: Relationships

9 Essential Skills (to be embedded in teaching and learning across the curriculum and to be used to inform assessment of learning and personal development) Thinking and Learning Enquiry Creative Thinking Information Processing Reasoning Evaluation Ask relevant questions Apply imagination to question and Locate and collect relevant information Give reasons for opinions and actions Assess evidence challenge ideas Pose and define problems Generate and extend ideas Sort, classify, sequence, compare and contrast Draw inferences and make deductions Understand criteria for judging the value of own and others work or ideas Plan what to do and how to research Suggest hypotheses Analyse relationships Use precise language to explain thinking Judge the value of what they read, hear, do Monitor progress in tackling a problem Look for alternate innovative ideas Make decisions informed by reasons or Have confidence in judgements approaches and outcomes evidence Predict outcomes and anticipate consequences Test conclusions, review solutions and improve ideas Personal Skills Communication and personal presentation Speak effectively for different audiences Listen, understand and respond appropriately to others Participate effectively on group discussions Read fluently a range of literary and non-fiction texts and reflect critically Write fluently for a range of purposes and audiences, including critical analysis of own and others writing Diligence, reliability and capacity to improve Plan, organise and timetable effectively Initiative and self-motivation Willingness to learn and progress Reflect on own work and identify ways to improve Understand how decisions taken can affect the future Social skills and teamwork Contribute to small group and whole class discussions and tasks Work with others to meet a challenge: negotiate, resolve differences and support others Social skills and awareness and understanding of others needs Leadership skills Moral and ethical awareness Spiritual: understand sense of self, strengths and weaknesses, unique potential and will to achieve Moral: understand difference between right and wrong, concern for others, consequences of actions and forgiveness Social: understand responsibilities and rights of being a family and community member (local, national, global); how to relate to others and work for the common good. Cultural: understand and respect own and others cultural traditions; appreciate and respond to a variety of experiences.

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