Year 1

Year 1 Overview 2022-2023

  Autumn A Autumn B Spring A  Spring B Summer A Summer B
Subjects            
Maths Counting
Writing to 10
Numbers to 10 Number Bonds Comparing numbers Maths No Problem
Addition within 10 Subtraction within 10 Positions
Maths No Problem
Number to 20 Addition and subtraction within 20
Shapes and Patterns Length and Height Maths No Problem
Numbers to 50 Addition and subtraction word problems Multiplication
Maths No Problem
Division Fractions Numbers to 100
Time
Money
Maths No Problem
Volume and Capacity Mass
Space
Maths No Problem
English Colourful semantics Simple sentences

Oi Frog
Rhyming sentences

Three Little Pigs
Retell a narrative
Here we are: notes for living on Earth
Fact file

Cops and Robbers Wanted poster

Santa
Letter
Jack and the Beanstalk
Instructions

The Tunnel
Retell a Narrative Comparative sentences about characters

Colourful semantics Simple sentences with SPaG focus
Meerkat Mail
Postcard

No Fear Deadly 60 Non-fiction animal fact files

Tiger who came to tea
Retell a Narrative
Monkey Puzzle Rhyming poetry Oracy/performance

Pet Dragon
Fact File

Poetry/Nature
Acrostic poems
The Way Back Home Letter

Something Fishy Narrative
Science Everyday materials Scientist Link - Alexander Parkes (invented plastic); NASA (invented space blankets and memory foam)
Seasonal changes - Autumn
Animals, including humans
Scientist Link - Georg Meissner and Rudolf Wagner (first detected taste buds)
Plants
Scientist Link -
Lilian Snelling (botanical illustrator) Seasonal changes - Winter
Plants
Scientist Link -
Lilian Snelling (botanical illustrator) Seasonal changes - Spring
Materials
Seasonal changes - Summer
Animals, including humans
Seasonal changes - Summer into Autumn
Computing Computing systems and networks: Improving mouse skills Programming 1: Algorithms unplugged  Skills showcase: Rocket to the moon  Programming 2:
Bee-Bots
Creating media: Digital imagery  Data handling: Introduction to data 
RE Who is a Christian and what do they believe?  Who is a Christian and what do they believe?  What makes some places sacred? What makes some places sacred? What does it mean to belong to a faith community? What does it mean to belong to a faith community?
History   Changes within living memory

What has changed about life in Rusholme since the 1970s?
  Changes within living memory

How have toys changed since my grandparents were children?
Significant historical events, people and places in their own locality

Which local heroes are we proud of and why? eg Alan Turing, Emmeline Pankhurst, Making links between our lives and the lives of others
 
Geography Geographical enquiry; Fieldwork

Create simple maps and routes of the classroom and wider school area
  Place Knowledge; Human and Physical

Identify the differences between a small area of Manchester and a small area of the Peak District.
  Place Knowledge; Human and Physical

Identify the differences between a small area of Manchester and a small area of the Peak District
 
Art & Design Drawing and painting
Draw and paint a self portrait
Printing
Print patterns using different materials
Sculpture
Make a 3D model animal
Textiles
Make a plant collage
Sculpture
Make a meerkat using clay
Printing
Make a print of an animal
Textiles
Weave using different materials
PSCHE Mental and emotional health Positive relationships Keeping Safe Living in the wider world Healthy lifestyles Relationships and health education
Design & Technology Global Goal 12: Responsible consumption and production
Theme: Recycling
Activity: Use plastic bags to create waterproof cushions to sit on the grass
Global Goal 12: Responsible consumption and production
Theme: Recycling
Activity: Use plastic bags to create waterproof cushions to sit on the grass
Global Goal 4: Quality education
Theme: Learn through play Study appropriate games
Activity: Create a game to support phonics knowledge or numbers 1-20
Global Goal 4: Quality education
Theme: Learn through play Study appropriate games
Activity: Create a game to support phonics knowledge or numbers 1-20
Global Goal 2: Zero hunger
Cooking Theme: Healthy eating
Activity: Create a healthy snack
Global Goal 2: Zero hunger
Cooking Theme: Healthy eating
Activity: Create a healthy snack
Music Respond to signals

Recognise and name percussion instruments

Louis Armstrong
Keep the pulse

Play/clap rhythms

Mark phrases of a song

Winter Soundscapes
Play along to songs

Trace the shape of a song

Introduce ostinatos
Copy a given rhythm

Recognise rests

Ostinatos
Play from symbols

Experiment with sounds

Saint-Saens - Carnival of the Animals
Create question and answer phrases with a partner

Saint-Saens - Carnival of the Animals
PE Games: Locomotion 2

Dance: Animals

Gym: Points/Patches
Games: Fundamental Skills 2

Dance: Pirates

Gym: Points/Patches (Apparatus)
Games: Invasion Games Skills 2

Dance: Under the Sea

Gym: Pathways
Games: Object Manipulation

Dance: Mini Beasts

Gym: Pathways (Apparatus)
Games: Net and Wall 1

Dance: Class Topic

Gym: Wide/Narrow Curled roles & balancing
Games: Athletics

Dance: Class production

Gym: Wide/Narrow Curled roles & balancing (Apparatus)

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Heald Place is a very successful primary school situated roughly 2 miles from the centre of Manchester. It serves a rich and diverse community. At its heart are vibrant local businesses with the universities, Manchester Museum, and the Whitworth Art Gallery all within walking distance of the school.

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