1 Knowledge and Understanding of the World Knowledge and Understanding of the world Science K&U4 Ask questions about why things happened and how things work To talk about what they see To make recordings of their observations To develop their curiosity and to ask questions about why things happen and how things work To use information gained form observation to predict outcomes To understand the basic workings of a tape recorder, camera, video etc. To describe or respond appropriately to simple features of objects, living things and events they observe To communicate their findings in simple ways (eg. Talking about their work, through drawings, simple charts)
2 Knowledge and Understanding of the World Knowledge and Understanding of the world K&U2 Find out about and identify some features of living things, objects and events they observe The names of a common range of animals and their young That living things(i.e. plants, animals and humans) have basic requirements for life To show care and respect for living things To sort living things and observe their features To recognise features of natural and made objects To describe observed simple features and objects, living things and observed events eg. Plant and body parts. K&U3 Look closely at similarities, differences, patterns and change To describe materials according to their properties To sort living things, recognise and name simple features relating to similarities, differences, patterns and change To observe and recognise changes that occur in every day observed events How Objects move and work Light, darkness, seasons and weather Science Pupils recognise and name external parts of the body and of plants They communicate observations of a range of animals and plants in terms of features They recognise and identify a range of common animals They observe features such as size, coat, leaf Pupils know about a range of properties (for example, colour, texture, appearance) and communicate observations of materials in terms of these properties. Pupils communicate observations of changes in light, sound or movement that result from actions (for example, switching on a simple electric circuit, pushing and pulling objects). They recognise that light and sound come from a variety of sources and name some of these.
3 Knowledge and Understanding of the World Knowledge and Understanding of the world K&U7 Find out about and identify the uses of everyday technology and use information and communication technology and programmable toys to support their learning To know that pressing buttons, switches, turning dials can make devices stop / start/ make something happen To know and use appropriate I>C>T technology To control and operate the mouse and use it to access information That the printer reproduces their work To know that some keys have specific uses eg space bar, arrow keys To be able to load programs To be able to use a computer information using a picture, word or sound ICT They explore information from various sources, showing they know that information exists in different forms They use ICT to work with text, images and sound to help them share their ideas They recognise that everyday devices respond to signals and instructions They make choices when using such devices to produce different outcomes They talk about their use of ICT
4 Knowledge and Understanding of the World Knowledge and Understanding of the World K&U 9 To observe, find out about and identify features in the place they live and the natural world. To talk about and express an opinion about their environment To recognise similarities and differences in their immediate environment To talk about people and places beyond their local environment To focus their attention on the world around them To observe closely to gain information K&U11 To find out about their environment and talk about those features they like and dislike To talk about where they live To talk about their homes and families To talk about and find their way around school showing an awareness of where things belong and the people within the school To talk about things they like and dislike Geography To recognise and make observations about physical and human features of localities To express their views on features of the environment of a locality To show their knowledge, skills and understanding in studies at a local scale To use resources that are given to them, and their own observations, to ask and respond to questions about places and environments
5 Knowledge and Understanding of the World Knowledge and Understanding of the World History K&U8 To find out about past and present events in their own lives and in those of their families and other people they know To recognise similarities and differences when relating past and present Talk about now and then The difference between old and new Discuss past and present in their own lives and those of their families and other people they know To observe, classify, order and sequence events and objects Relate episodes from stories of the past Ask appropriate questions to gain information Answer questions about the past using historical sources To recognise distinctions between present and past in their own and other people s lives To show their emerging sense of chronology by placing a few events and objects in order, and by using everyday terms about the passing of time To know and recount episodes from stories about the past To find answers to some simple questions about the past from sources of information
6 Knowledge and Understanding of the World Knowledge and Understanding of the World K&U10 Begin to know about their own cultures and beliefs and those of other people That people come from different cultures each with different beliefs of equal respect To develop awareness and acceptance of the past
7 Physical Development Gymnastics (level 1 descriptions) P1 To move with confidence, imagination and in safety P2 To move with control and co-ordination To be able to move in a variety of ways using hands and feet i.e. jump, hop, skip heal to toe etc. To be able to respond to instructions P3 To show awareness of space, of themselves and of others To know what space is and to be able to move within their own space To know about distance, height and direction Personal and social Gymnastics, games and dance PS10 To dress and undress independently PS8 To work as part of a group or independently, taking turns and sharing PS6 To respond to significant experiences, showing a range of feelings when appropriate PS2 To be confident to try new ideas To perform basic travelling actions on feet and other body parts using a variety of directions To respond to instructions To recognise what they have done To link two simple actions To recognise and name travelling actions To hold a position of stillness on large and small body parts To develop jumping skills To develop and link the actions on small and low level apparatus To talk about how to exercise safely, and how their bodies feel during an activity
8 (level 1 descriptions) Physical Development P4 To recognise the importance of keeping healthy and those things which contribute to this P5 To recognise changes that happen to their bodies when they are active To understand that moving exercises the body and that exercise keep the body healthy That exercise increases the heart rate and can make you short of breath That exercise increases body temperature The importance of healthy eating To know that they have bones, muscles and joints that can be moved and stretched P6 To use a range of small and large apparatus P7 To travel around, under, over and through balancing and climbing equipment Games To develop control when travelling and handling equipment To use space safely To respond to instructions To recognise what they have done To link running and dodging movements To develop a range of sending skills To develop the skills of tracking and picking up a moving object To work as part of a team To enjoy a game including throwing and catching skills To co-operate with each other To recognise the warm up and cool down aspect of a lesson To describe and comment on their own and others actions To talk about how to exercise safely and how their bodies feel during an activity Dance (as in gymnastics and games)
9 Physical Development Physical Development (level 1 descriptions) Covered in aspects of all curriculum subjects P8 To handle tools, objects, construction and malleable materials safely and with increasing control To understand that tools can be dangerous To be able to handle objects carefully and with increased control e.g. thread, pour, cut To be able to handle construction materials safely and with increasing control e.g. press, click, stick To be able to handle malleable materials safely and with increasing control e.g. squeeze, stir, mould, roll
10 Creative Development C2 Recognise and explore how sounds can be changed. Sing simple songs from memory. Recognise repeated sounds and sound patterns and match movements to music. To be able to compose sound/musical patterns as a response to stimuli. To be able to use listening and observational skills to experience music To be able to make a variety of sounds using instruments, body parts and other objects To recognise specific tunes or rhythm patterns C3 To respond in a variety of ways to what they hear, smell, touch and feel To respond to different moods of music To be able to use instruments, body parts, voice, other resources creatively and with expression To describe in simple terms what they have heard To express in words their likes and dislikes and their reasoning Music, Movement and Dance Pupils recognise and explore how sounds can be changed They repeat short rhythmic ad melodic patterns and create and choose sounds in response to given starting points They respond to different moods in music and recognise welldefined changes in sounds They identify simple repeated patterns and take account of musical instruments FURTHER LINKS WITH KS1 POS BREADTH OF STUDY DANCE Pupils should be taught to use movements imaginatively, responding to stimuli, including music..express and communicate ideas and feelings.
11 Creative Development Creative Development C4 (part) To use their imagination in music, dance and role play To express moods and feelings through dance C5 (part) To express and communicate their ideas, thoughts and feelings by using a widening range of imaginative and role play, movement and a variety of songs and musical instruments To perform with others using a variety of instruments To be able to hold and use instruments properly To know the names of a variety of sounds To be able to use ICT to record sounds To perform with others using a variety of instruments
12 Creative Development C4 Use their imagination in imaginative and role play stories To be able to plat imaginatively alone and with others To be able to use listening and observation skills to develop their creativity To be able to use a range of resources imaginatively To be able to express themselves; ideas and feelings using their voices and body movements To be able to create a range of characters in stories and role play Speaking and Listening To talk about matters of immediate interest To listen to others and usually respond appropriately To convey simple meanings to a range of listeners, speaking audibly, and begin to extend their ideas or accounts by providing some detail. PSE PSE 2 To be confident to try new activities, initiate ideas and speak in a familiar group PSE 7 form good relationships with adults and peers PSE 8 To work s part of as group or independently, taking turns and sharing fairly PSE 6 To respond to significant experiences, showing a range of feelings when appropriate
13 Creative Development Creative Development PSE 10 To dress and undress independently PSE 11 To select activities and resources independently
14 Creative Development Creative Development Early Learning goals C2, C3, C4 (part) and C5 (part) Music (singing) They use their voices in different ways such as speaking, singing and chanting, and performing with awareness of others. To be able to respond during singing activities To be able to join in group singing To be able to sing a range of simple songs and rhymes from memory To be able to sing with control To enjoy singing To be able to compose simple songs / phrases in response to stimuli To be able to perform with others and develop an awareness of audience
15 Creative Development C1 To explore colour, texture, shape, form and space in two and three dimensions C3 (part) To respond in a variety of ways to what they see, hear, touch and feel C4 (part) to use their imagination in art and design C5 (part) To express and communicate their ideas, throught and feelings by using a widening range of materials and suitable tools, designing and making MARK MAKING To make marks using a variety of media To make a representation (imaginative, factual and expressive) To use pencils and other mark making tools to record observational drawings Art (Mark Making) Pupils respond to ideas They use a variety of tools and processes to communicate their ideas and meanings, and design and make images and artefacts They describe what they think or feel about their own and other s work. FURTHER LINKS WITHIN KS1 POS During KS1 pupils develop their creativity and imagination by exploring the visual, tactile and sensory qualities of materials and processes. They learn about the role of art, craft and design in their environment. They begin to understand colour, shape and space and pattern and texture and use them to represent their ideas and feelings.
16 Creative Development Creative Development COLOUR To know the primary colours and the names of colours To be able to mix the primary colours to make another colour To be able to create shades and tints PATTERN To be able to create a simple regular pattern To explore patterns in the environment To begin to understand reflective symmetry APPRECIATION To be able to express in words likes and dislikes and their reasoning To respond to their own and others artists work
17 Creative Development Creative Development Art (Craft) C1 To explore colour, texture, shape, form and shape in two or three dimensions C3 (part) To respond in a variety of ways to what they see, hear feel and touch C4 (part) Use their imagination in art and design C5 (part) To express and communicate their ideas, thoughts and feelings by using a widening range of materials and suitable tools, designing and making To be able to use a range of tools and materials To be able to use a range of craft techniques with craft materials and modelling media To use their knowledge of media/materials to effectively select for desired purposes To use materials to make a 3D piece of art Pupils respond to ideas They use a variety of materials and processes to communicate their ideas and meanings, and design and make images and artefacts They describe what they think or feel about their own and other s work. FURTHER LINKS WITHIN KS1 POS During KS1 pupils develop their creativity and imagination by exploring the visual, tactile and sensory qualities of materials and processes. They learn about the role of art, craft and design in their environment. They begin to understand colour, shape and space and pattern and texture and use them to represent their ideas and feelings.
18 Creative Development Creative Development To make an imaginative, factual or expressive representation expressing their likes and dislikes in words To respond to their own and other artists work
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