In Spring 1 we will be learning about …….
In Writing we will be writing sentences focusing on using capital letters for names, places, days of the week and the personal pronoun I. We will then be sequencing sentences to form a short diary recount based on the book, “Wanted: The Perfect Pet” by Fiona Roberton.
In Maths, we will be focusing on place value within 20, addition and subtraction.
In RE we will be learning about Judaism.
In Geography we will be learning about the UK and Kenya.
In Science we will be learning about Everyday Materials and their properties.
In PSHE, we will be learning about "Identity, Society and Equality". We will learn about what makes us special and unique, roles and responsibilities at home and school and how to be co-operative with others.
In PE, we will be learning gymnastics and we will be developing our ball skills with our feet.
In Computing, we will be learning about moving a robot.
In Art we will be creating a landscape painting with different brush strokes and colours.
In French we will be learning the numbers 1-10 through traditional playground games and also sharing a familiar book translated into French as an introduction to colours.
In Music, we will be exploring sounds: high and low and long and short and creating simple melodies.
Our Oracy focus is "something I've made from an everyday material". Please see email sent to parents for additional information regarding this, including when your child can bring in their showing.
This half term in our daily rhyme time, we will be singing the following nursery rhymes: Five Little Speckled Frogs, One, Two, Buckle My Shoe, B-I-N-G-O.
Knowledge Organisers should be used to support your child throughout the topic being covered. They provide end points which is the knowledge that children will gain from this unit of work. They also show the learning that has taken place before and how this will link to future learning. Children will use these both in school and at home to supplement their learning, allowing us to work collaboratively together.
Knowledge Organisers are designed to help provide additional support and direction for families to support learning at home. They can be used as a point of reference for year group knowledge and expectations within the given topic area.
Geography: The UK and Kenya
Science: Everyday Materials
PSHE: Identity, Society and Equality