++++Monday 17th December - Reception Class Christmas Party~~~Monday 17th December - KS2 'Scrooge' Performance at 6pm~~~Tuesday 18th December - Year One visit London Zoo~~~Wednesday 19th December - KS2 'Scrooge'Performance at 6pm~~~Thursday 20th December - Christmas Lunch~~~Friday 21st December - Christmas Assembly at 10am++++
Plants: Identify basic plants and basic plant parts.
Animals, including humans: Identify and compare common animals; identify and name basic body parts.
Everyday materials: Distinguish between objects and materials; identify and name common materials; describe simple properties of materials; compare and classify materials.
Seasonal changes: Observe weather associated with changes of season.
People: Ourselves and our family. Celebrations and anniversaries.
Events: Significant event beyond living memory (A precise enquiry focus and question to be decided).
Places: Landmarks and buildings linked to study of London- what can we learn about the past from buildings around us?
Name and locate the four countries and capital cities of the United Kingdom using atlases and globes.
Identify the physical and human geographical features of the surrounding area, and London.
Identify seasonal and daily weather patterns in the United Kingdom.
Use basic geographical vocabulary to refer to: key physical features (beach, forest, hill, mountain, sea, river, season, weather) and key human features (city, town, factory, farm, house, office, shop).
Learn about healthy eating.
Learn about staying safe (road safety).
Learn about different jobs.-
Understand our local community.
Play tuned and un-tuned instruments musically.
Make and combine sounds musically.
Listen and understand live and recorded music.
Learn about belonging and what it means to belong.
Learn about Christian beliefs and celebrations.
Learn about Jewish beliefs and celebrations.
Learn about Muslim beliefs and celebrations.
Art and Design
Respond to ideas and starting points.
Explore ideas and collect visual information.
Explore different methods and materials as ideas develop.
Use drawing, painting and sculpture.
Develop printing and collage skills.
Develop techniques of colour, pattern, texture, line, shape, form and space.
Describe the work of notable artists, artisans and designers.
Use some of the ideas of artists studied to create pieces.
Understand use of algorithms
Write and test simple programs
Use logical reasoning to make predictions.
Organise, store, retrieve and manipulate data
Communicate online safely and respectfully
Recognise use of IT outside of school
Design and Technology
Design purposeful, functional and appealing products.
Generate ideas and evaluate existing products.
Build and improve structures, learning how to strengthen them.
Understand where food comes from and learn basic food preparation skills.