John Stainer

Year 1 - Curriculum Map

Click on the links below to find out more about the topics we cover each term.

Autumn

Subjects

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

English

Reading Text: Traditional Tales

Three Little Pigs

Non-Fiction: Information, Instructions

Harvey Slumfenburger’s Christmas Present

Non-Fiction : Information writing

Mathematics

Place value to 10

Addition and subtraction to 20

Shape

Place value to 20

Science

Using our senses

Animals Including Humans (1)

Looking at animals

Animals Including Humans (2)

Computing

Self-Image and Identity

Programming A: Moving A Robot

Online Relationships

Data and Information: Grouping Data

Geography

Our local area- Brockley

Human & physical features

Local study fieldwork- visit Brockley Nature Reserve

History

Our local area

Local area history & compare aspects of life in different period homes.

Significant British individuals- Sir Christopher Wren

Art

Drawing, Shading and Sketching:

Faces and Bodies

Drawing, Shading and Sketching:

Animals

DT

Textiles- Our Fabric Faces

 

PE

Spatial awareness development

Fundamental movement

Music

Hey You!

Christmas Performance

RE

The Natural World Unit

Christianity

(The Bible and Christmas)

Other activities or trips

Local area walk

Brockley Nature Reserve

Mudchute Farm

Brockley Nature Reserve


Spring 

Subjects

Spring 1

Spring 2

English

Reading Texts: Beegu, Traditional Tales linked to the UK, Katie in Scotland

 

Storytelling: Kassim and the Greedy Dragon

 

Non- Fiction:

Instructions; Recount; Information

Reading Texts: Knuffle Bunny,

Dogger

Storytelling: The Magic

Porridge Pot

 

Non- Fiction:

 Instructions; Recount; Information

Mathematics

Addition and subtraction to 20

Place Value to 50 including multiples of 2, 5 and 10

Measurement: Length and height

Measurement: Weight and Volume

Science

Plant Detectives

Plants

Sensing Seasons :

Seasonal Changes

Computing

Online Reputation

Computing Systems and Networks: Technology around us

Online Bullying

Creating Media: Digital Painting

Geography

The United Kingdom

 

Locational knowledge

 

Human & physical features using key vocabulary mapping

History

Toys: How are they different from the past?

 

Compare aspects of life in different period

Art

Colour

Mixing Primary Colours

Colour- Kandinsky artist study

DT

Mechanisms- Moving Pictures

 

PE

Dance Dinosaurs

 

Gymnastics

Music

Charanga - Rhythm in the Way we Walk and Banana Rap

Charanga - In the Groove

RE

Islam

(Prophet Mohammad)

Belonging

(Who Am I?)

Other activities or trips

Museum of Childhood

Summer 

Subjects

                          Summer 1

                                Summer 2

English

The Day The Crayons Quit


Non-Fiction: Persuasion

 

 

Model Text: The Day The Crayons Quit

Non-Fiction: Information Writing

Mathematics

Multiplication and division

Fractions

Geometry: position and direction

Money

Time

Place Value within 100

Consolidation

Science

Everyday Materials

Our Changing World

Animals Including Humans (3)

Computing

Health, Wellbeing and Lifestyle

Creating Media: Digital Writing

Privacy and Security

Programming B: An Introduction to Animation

Geography

The World

Locational knowledge

 

Human & physical features- seasons and daily weather patterns

 

Use world maps, atlases and globes to identify countries, continents and oceans studied

History

Seasides

Changes in an aspect of social history

Art

Form: Foam blocks and pipe cleaners to construct abstract art

Form: 2D shapes

Malleable Materials

DT

Food and Nutrition- Dips and Dippers

PE

Introduction to Sports

Athletics

Music

Charanga – Round and Round

Charanga – Your Imagination

RE

Christianity

 

(A Local Church)

Islam

(Five Pillars of Islam)

Other activities or trips

Greenwich Maritime Museum

Horniman Museum

 

Sydenham Woods