Fiction/Non-fiction: Traditional stories/ Easter poems/stories and information texts
Talking and Listening: (Weeks 1)
Text Level Work (Genre: Fiction Weeks 2)
Text Level Work (Genre: Fiction/ Non-Fiction Weeks 4)
Sentence Level Work (Weeks 1-2)
Sentence Level Work (Weeks 3)
Sentence Level Work (Weeks 4)
Word Level Work (Weeks 1-2)
Word Level Work (Weeks 3)
Number (weeks 1-4)
Understand concepts of odd and even numbers through use of practical materials practical materials.
Recognise odd and even numbers.
Use knowledge of place value to develop a practical method for vertical addition TU (no carrying).
Develop a standard written method for vertical addition TU (no carrying), estimating the answer before calculating.
Use knowledge of place value to develop a practical method for vertical subtraction TU (no exchange).
Develop a standard written method for vertical subtraction TU (no exchange), estimating the answer before calculating.
Mental Maths (weeks 1-4)
Count forwards in tens within 100, from different starting numbers (multiples of 10, then any number).
Count backwards in tens within 100, from different starting numbers (multiples of 10, then any number).
Handling Data (weeks 1 and 3)
Record results of sorting on given blank Tree, Venn and Carroll Diagrams using own drawings. Explain what their drawing represents. Suggest own ways of sorting, and label diagrams accordingly.
Measure (weeks 1)
Appreciate the conservation of length through practical investigations.
Appreciate the need for a standard unit of length.
Shape and Space (weeks 2 and 4)
Create repeating patterns using 3 or more different 2D shapes.
Create repeating patterns using 3 or more different 3D shapes.
TOPIC - Healthy Living
Sequencing main events of a story
Create non-fiction flowcharts
Favourite fruit bar chart
Sorting foods by meal
Estimating portion size
Arts / PE
Pupils will discuss the importance of daily exercise and a balanced diet. They will illustrate their own idea of a healthy and unhealthy person. They will discuss the choices these people make which influences whether they are healthy/unhealthy. They will produce posters to promote an aspect of a healthy lifestyle.
Painting using food
Still life fruit bowl.
That there is a variety of plant and animal life in the world around them (Science)
That human activity can create waste in a variety of ways [food wrapping, pollution from transportation of food] (Geography)
About the significance of seasonal events and the effect they have had on peoples lives(H)
What fruit and vegetables need in order to grow (science)
About how weather in other places differs from that in their own area and how it affects food produce that is available to us (Geography)
Movement and energy
About the impact of famine, floods, wars, migration and emigration on everyday lives people in place (H)
About the good that are imported or exported from other countries.
Change over time
How living things [ourselves, food produce) grow and change
how goods and services (food production, availability of exotic food from faraway lands) in the local area have changed
how we grow, move and keep our bodies healthy through exercise