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Year One

Curriculum Over-view



  • 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).

Physical Education

  • Learn about healthy eating.
  • Learn about staying safe (road safety).
  • Learn about different jobs.-
  • Understand our local community.


  • Sing songs.
  • Play tuned and un-tuned instruments musically.
  • Make and combine sounds musically.
  • Listen and understand live and recorded music.

Religious Education

  • 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.