*Poetry- traditional poems and nature poems. Reading poems with patterned and predictable language.
*Fiction – Traditional tales, fairy stories and fantasy worlds.
*Non-Fiction- Information books and reports. Recounts- using words such as first, next, after to sequence. Letter writing.
Know and use basic punctuation.
*Reading aloud with pace and expression
*Counting in 10s from any small number.
Finding 10 more/less
Ordering numbers to at least 100
*Use money in real life situations.
*Recognise the relationship between coins.
Add pairs of numbers which are near doubles.
*Measure and compare lengths, weights and capacities using standard and non-standard units.
*Name and sort 2D and 3D shapes.
Recognise reflective symmetry and create patterns.
* Time- o’clock, half past, quarter past, quarter to.
Personal, Social & Emotional
Recognise religions have different festivals.
Compare special times.
Describe key features of different festivals.
Explore feelings surrounding different festivals.
History / Geography / Science
castles over time
Where and why castles were built
Partsof a castle
Defence and attack
Daily weather patterns in the context of the weather of the UK.
Seasonal weather patterns in the context of the weather of The UK.
Hot and cold areas of the world in relation to the Equator.
*Identify different plants
Recognise and name parts of a plant.
Investigate the conditions needed for healthy plant growth.
*Identify and name parts and types of tree.
*Recite the months of the year in sequence.
*Know the four seasons
*Explore the characteristics of each season.
Use nature materials to design a sculpture
Andy Goldsworthy- Land sculptures
*Recognise, name and describe a variety of fruit and vegetables
*Learn to prepare fruit and vegetables in a safe and hygienic way
Design and make a snack using fruit/vegetables.
*Exploring instruments and symbols. Including 6 weeks African drumming.
Exploring timbre, tempo and dynamics
Text and Graphics.
Combining text and sound.
* Denotes some of the areas where parents can participate and support their child's learning.
A task will be set on alternative Friday’s.
The activity will aim to extend the learning the children have completed in school. Hand in dates are provided with each task.
*Throwing and Catching
Improving bat and ball control