Rivermead Primary School KS1 Curriculum

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1 KS1 (Yellow Team) Writing Reading Science History Autumn 1 - Transport Labels, lists, captions Information texts Materials Properties Sorting Compare and group Transport within living memory (reveal aspects of change in national life) Research Mrs Armitage on wheels Rivermead Primary School Year A Autumn 2 Weather and Seasons Weather reports (video) Weather & Seasons Observe changes in seasons on weather, day length Make weather charts Spring China Stories from around the world. Persuasive (travel book) Info writing (ICT) Habitats Identify and name plant and animal habitats including micro habitat. Food chain Develop an awareness of the past using common words and phrases relating to the passing of time. Know where people and events fit within time. Identify similarities and differences in different periods. Ask and answer questions. Use different sources. Understand ways in which we find out about the past. Geography Identify seasonal and daily weather patterns in the UK. Locate hot and cold areas of the worlds in relation Understand geographical similarities and differences through human and physical geography of a non-eu country. Summer 1 Neil Armstrong and Space Order events for a timeline. Interview Recount News report Lives of significant people national and international achievements time line (compare aspects of life in different periods). Summer 2 Global understand map and continents Poems (weather and continent) Explanation Living & Non-Living Explore differences between living, dead and never been active. Animals and extinct in continent. Name, locate 7 continents and 5 oceans. Know hot and cold places in relation to equator. North and South pole

2 to the equator and north and south poles. Vocab physical features (beach, cliff, coast, forest, hill), key human features (city, town, village, factory, farm). Using world maps, atlases and globes to identify the UK and its countries as well as the countries continents and oceans. Use simple compass directions and locational and directional language to describe the location of features and routes on a map. Use aerial photographs and plan perspectives to recognise landmarks and basic human and physical features. Devise a simple map and construct basic symbols in the key. ICT Art DT Coding car to move Photo story Block graph for survey Observation drawings Collage Wheels and axles Making a moving object Data handling Graph Data loggers Photo editing Autumn pictures leaf printing Andy Goldsworth(y) Weather vane Info booklet Google maps Population comparison Printing Chinese symbols Painting willow patterns New year money wallets Food and chopsticks Evaluate existing products (Chinese product) Coding alien game Animation video Paper mache rocket Life drawing of Neil Armstrong Make rockets Google maps Collage Water colours Texture and colour Animal habitat

3 Music PSHCE RE Traffic composition - Notes - Wheels on the bus Creation story how the world began Storm music The tempest by Christmas story - Winter - North pole and seasons - Linda Galpin Design purposeful, functional and appealing products Chinese music Traditional instruments Easter Story Back to the future Holt planets Star Wars Bible story of bravery, inspiration etc World music Jesus as a friend. PE Games - First for sport Games - First for sport Games - First for sport Games - First for sport Games - First for sport Languages Trips/Visitors/ Hooks Bus/boat visit Visitor from Chin (parent etc ) Space visitor

4 KS1 (Yellow Team) Autumn 1 Geog of local area Writing Labels, lists, captions and information texts Year B Autumn 2 History of local area Stories with familiar settings Spring Significant event in history Diaries Recount Summer 1 UK physical and human Report Poetry Summer 2 How things grow Stories from another culture/unfamiliar settings Reading Science Animals have offspring They grow into adults Needs for survival Healthy diet and exercise Reproduction e.g butterfly, frog Identify and compare the suitability of a variety of everyday materials for particular uses Plants Label parts of the plants Grow plants (water, light and warmth) Identify and name a variety of common animals including fish (carnivores, omnivores and herbivores) identify basic plants differentiate living, dead and non- living Describe and compare animal and the human body History Woodley Airfield Significant historical events, people and places in their own locality Use simple field work and observational skills to study the geography of the school and its ground and key human and physical features of the Great Fire of London Significant historical events, people and places in their own locality

5 surrounding environment. Rivermead Primary School Geography Local area Human and physical River UK Physical and human Name, locate and identify characteristics of the four countries and capital cities of the UK and its surrounding seas. ICT Info booklet of Woodley Routes programming using beebots and coding write and test simple programmes Recognise use of ICT outside of school Powerpoint of the local area Take photographs Art Picture collages of local area Use a range of materials Drawing, painting and sculpture Learn about a range of artists, craftsmen and designers (past and present) Develop techniques of colour, pattern, texture, line, shape, form and space Develop techniques of colour, pattern, texture, line, shape, form and space Printing and pop art DT Understand where food comes from Farm visit 3D map Build and improve structure and mechanisms Use a range of tools and materials to complete practical task (make houses) Clay models of living things Music Growing and changing Pentatonic Scales Growing/nature songs War music warning siren, build up (anticipation) War time songs Tempo Volume Music from the 4 countries around the UK (traditional ceilidh, bagpipes, morris dance music) Pitch pulse

6 singing Listen to and create own composition Appreciation of music PSHCE Jigsaw cycle A Jigsaw Jigsaw Jigsaw Jigsaw RE Places of worship In our local area Discovery Discovery Discovery Discovery PE Church visit Dance growing gym gym Dance from the 4 countries around the UK (traditional ceilidh, bagpipes, morris dance music) Athletics sports day Languages Trips/Visitors/ Hooks Woodley walk Church visit Farm visit Woodley Airfield

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