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  • "Provision in the Early Years is Good" (OFSTED 2016)
  • "Parents are appreciative of the welcoming approach of the new headteacher and staff." (OFSTED 2016)
  • "The school successfully promotes pupils' good personal development and welfare." (OFSTED 2016)
  • "The list of clubs is impressive, with pupils having opportunities to learn, among other sports, judo, break-dancing, tennis and football."
  • "Parents value how happy their children are at school." (OFSTED 2016)

Hawks

KERPOW! Intergalactic greetings, young heroes. It’s time to rescue the planet from evil villains! Who’s your favourite superhero? Spider-Man? Wonder Woman? Maybe your heroes are ordinary people who’ve achieved great things. Or is it those people who save lives in our emergency services that you admire the most? Superheroes have super senses. Use yours to identify mystery items by their smell, taste, sound and touch. What do true superheroes eat to keep their senses and special powers sharp? Can we stop the dastardly plans of Professor Slime? He’s dropping his villainous instructions around town. We must stop people following them, but can we make it in time? Is that phone box free? Please excuse me…I have to save the world! ZAP! WHIZZ! ZOOOMM!

Trips and Other Information:

We will be visited by a Policeman on Tuesday 8th March to tell us about life as a real superhero!

 

Literacy (Reading/ Speaking & Listening):

·         Comic strip style stories

·         Onomatopoeic words

·         Create superhero scenarios

·         Act out poses from comic style stories

·         Prepare questions for ‘real life’ superheroes

·         Stories about superheroes

·         Non-fiction books about real life superheroes

Literacy (Writing):

·         Comic strips

·         Descriptive sentences Superheroes

·         Narrative write a fantasy story about a superhero rescue

·         Factfiles about their super selves

·         Labels and Captions

Maths:

·         Number: Number and Place Value: order numbers 1-100 on track and bead string; partition teen numbers into 10 and the rest; partition other 2 digit numbers; compare numbers up to 100 – which is more/less Solve problems involving ordering numbers or more/less

·         Number: Addition and Subtraction: link bonds to 20 to bonds for 10; solve missing number problems; add and subtract 1 digit and 2 digit numbers to 20 including 0; use inverse to check answers. Solve problems

·         Shape, position and direction: tell the time (o’clock, half past) ;compare and describe time; activities linked to position; whole turns and half turns. Solve problems

·         Fractions to solve problems: Recognise, find and name half and object, number or shape; recall and use doubles of numbers and corresponding halves; Solve problems

PSHE:

Likes and dislikes, feeling proud, being special, recognising worries, staying calm and relaxed

French: Sports, animals

     Knowledge and Understanding of the World:

Science:

·         Label parts of the body

·         Investigate senses

History:

·         Listen to stories of historical superheroes

·         Find out how Florence Nightingale made things better for other people

·         Look for stories in newspapers of National and Local ‘heroes’. How do their stories compare to the historical stories?

Computing:

·         Drag, drop and resize images

·         Search and insert an image

·         Internet safety – Hector’s World

 

P.E.:

·         Tennis

·         Develop control and coordination when moving and standing still

·         Creating simple movement patterns

·         Multi skills

Expressive Art and Design:

Art & Design:

·         Draw superhero illustrations using a variety of materials

·         Create 3d models using clay or dough

Design Technology:

·         Design and make a superhero mask

·         Follow simple recipes to prepare superfood dishes

Music:

·         Create sound effects for superheroes

·          recognise different ways sounds are made and changed

·          name, and know how to play, a variety of classroom instruments.

·         Identify some instruments in an  orchestra

R.E:

 

God the creator, God’s promise to Abraham

Festivals: Purim, Passover, Easter, Mothering Sunday

 

Recommended Reading for Year 1

School Closure Work for Year 1

Click for Overview of Year 1 Curriculum

 If parents require further curriculum information then please contact the class teacher.