English

Reading

  • Match graphemes for all phonemes
  • Read accurately by blending sounds
  • Read words with very common suffixes
  • Read contractions & understand purpose
  • Read phonics books aloud
  • Link reading to own experiences
  • Join in with predictable phrases
  • Discuss significance of title & events
  • Make simple predictions

Writing

  • Name letters of the alphabet
  • Spell very common ‘exception’ words
  • Spell days of the week
  • Use very common prefixes & suffixes
  • Form lower case letters correctly
  • Form capital letters & digits
  • Compose sentences orally before writing
  • Read own writing to peers or teachers

Grammar

  • Leave spaces between words
  • Begin to use basic punctuation.
  • Use capital letters for proper nouns.
  • Use common plural & verb suffixes

Speaking & Listening

  • Listen & respond appropriately
  • Ask relevant questions
  • Maintain attention & participate

Art & Design (KS1)

  • Use a range of materials
  • Use drawing, painting and sculpture
  • Develop techniques of colour, pattern, texture, line, shape, form and space
  • Learn about range of artists, craftsmen and designers

Computing (KS1)

  • Understand use of algorithms
  • Write & test simple programs
  • Use logical reasoning to make predictions
  • Organise, store, retrieve & manipulate data
  • Communicate online safely and respectfully
  • Recognise uses of IT outside of school

Design & Technology (KS1)

  • Design purposeful, functional & appealing products
  • Generate, model & communicate ideas
  • Use range of tools & materials to complete practical tasks
  • Evaluate existing products & own ideas
  • Build and improve structure & mechanisms
  • Understand where food comes from

Geography (Y1)

  • Name & locate the four countries and capital cities of the United Kingdom using atlases & globes
  • identify seasonal / daily weather patterns in the UK and the location of hot and cold areas of the world
  • Use basic geographical vocabulary to refer to local & familiar features
  • Use four compass directions & simple vocab

Number/Calculation

  • Count to / across 100
  • Count in 1s, 2s, 5s and 10s
  • Identify ‘one more’ and ‘one less’
  • Read & write numbers to 20
  • Use language, e.g. ‘more than’, ‘most’
  • Use +, – and = symbols
  • Know number bonds to 20
  • add and subtract one-digit and two-digit numbers to 20, including zero
  • Solve one-step problems, including simple arrays

Mathematics

Geometry & Measures

  • Use common vocabulary for comparison, e.g. heavier, taller, full, longest, quickest
  • Begin to measure length, capacity, weight
  • Recognise coins & notes
  • Use time & ordering vocabulary
  • Tell the time to hour/half-hour
  • Use language of days, weeks, months & years
  • Recognise & name common 2-d and 3-d shapes
  • Order & arrange objects
  • Describe position & movement, including half and quarter turns

Fractions

  • Recognise & use ½ & ¼

Modern Languages

Not required at KS1


MUSIC (KS1)

  • Sing songs
  • Play tuned & untuned instruments musically
  • Listen & understand live and recorded music
  • Make and combine sounds musically

Science

Biology

  • Identify basic plants
  • Identify basic plant parts (roots, leaves, flowers, etc.)
  • Identify & compare common animals
  • Identify & name basic body parts

Chemistry

  • Distinguish between objects & materials
  • Identify & name common materials
  • Describe simple properties of some materials
  • Compare & classify materials

Physics

  • Observe weather associated with changes of season

History (KS1)

Key Concepts

  • Changes in living memory (linked to aspects of national life where appropriate)

Key Individuals

  • Lives of significant historical figures, including comparison of those from different periods
  • Significant local people

Key Events

  • e.g. Bonfire night
  • Events of local importance

Physical Education (KS1)

  • Master basic movement, e.g. running, jumping, throwing, catching, balance, agility and co-ordination
  • Participate in team games
  • Perform dances using simple movement
  • Swimming proficiency at 25m (KS1 or KS2)

Religious Education

  • Continue to follow locally- agreed syllabus for RE