Year 1 & 2

Year 1 & 2 Long Term Plan (Cycle A 2020-21)

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Autumn Term 1 Autumn Term 2 Spring Term 1 Spring Term 2 Summer Term 1 Summer Term 2
Cracking Ideas Let’s Remember From Field to Fork World Kitchen Amazing Places and Spaces Australian Adventure
Key Themes History
• Changes in living memory
• Significant local and historical figures
• Key local and national events
Design and Technology
• Understand where food comes from Use the principles of a healthy and varied diet to prepare dishes
Geography
• Countries and capitals of the UK
•Physical and human features of the UK
• Study of the local area Compare and contrast with non- European country (Australia)
English Labels
Lists
Captions
Instructions
Presenting
information
Labels
Stories
Write and recite poetry Presenting information
Presenting information
Write reports Instructions/recipes Produce glossaries Write stories Create and recite poetry.
Presenting information
Write reports Produce glossaries Instructions/recipes Write stories Create and recite poetry.
Presenting information Write reports Create stories Learn classic poems and write some of own. Presenting information Write reports Create stories Learn classic poems and write some of own.
History Look at and research amazing inventions and inventors, considering the impact them or their inventions have had on the world. Finding out about local people who lost their lives in the World Wars. Finding out the significance of Remembrance Sunday and why we wear poppies. Look at the different foods that have become popular through history. Trade over time. Research significant people in Australia's history.
Geography Use world maps, atlases and globes to locate battlefields of WW1 and the continents that they are in. Looking at our favourite food and finding out if it comes from plants or animals. Discover if our food is farmed, caught or grown and explore the changes that happen to food as it makes its journey from farm to fork. Sort food into different groups and use maps to track the journey of some foods. Find out where our favourite foods come from. Recapping countries and continents. Exploring the different climates of some of the places our food comes from. Research different locations in the UK. Locate major cities. Find out about great monuments, sculptures, buildings and bridges.
Find out about national days (St George/David etc). Study the local area.
Research and discover some of Australia’s key land marks.
Locate main areas and cities.
Explore climatic conditions and how they affect life. Find out about everyday life, customs and leisure.
Look at Aboriginal heritage and belief. Look at life in the outback.
Design Technology Design, make and evaluate their own inventions. Designing, making and enjoying different hot and cold foods. Tasting different types of bread and fruit smoothies. Learn how to prepare food safely to make our own. Design and make a recipe before taste testing. Design and make sculptures/bridges/ key landmarks using different joining, fixing and modelling techniques. Design and make sculptures/bridges/ key landmarks using different joining, fixing and modelling techniques.
Art Draw and paint images of inventors and inventions. Create images of poppies inspired by those at the Tower of London. Make sculptures of poppies from a variety of different materials to create a display. Develop techniques in drawing, painting and digital media to collect images and present images of the dishes created. Developing drawing and painting techniques to use images to advertise food products. Draw and paint the places we study. Create sculptures inspired by our research of key land marks in the UK. Draw and paint images of the places studied. Create sculptures of the Australian landmarks we have studied.
Science Materials
Distinguish between objects and materials. Identify and name common materials. Describe properties of materials. Compare and classify materials.
Materials
Distinguish between objects and materials. Identify and name common materials. Describe properties of materials. Compare and classify materials.
Human Body
Identify and name basic body parts.
Human Body
Identify and name basic body parts.
Plants and Habitats
Seasonal changes Plants and Trees Food Chains
Plants and Habitats
Habitats
Identify, classify and observe animals Investigate differences in animals
Research Australia’s most famous wildlife.
Music Hey You! Rhythm in the way we walk and Banana Rap In the Groove Round and Round Your Imagination Reflect, Rewind and Replay
Computer Science Mouse navigation skills
Basic keyboard skills
Simple algorithms using simulation and physical systems Continue developing understanding of algorithms using simulation
Paint
Continue developing understanding of algorithms using simulation
Typing skills Paint
Using search engines
Research skills
E-safety
RE Looking at me, looking at you New beginnings Stepping Out
PSHE Our Community How to be a good friend How do we stay safe and healthy? How do we stay safe and healthy? The big, wide world Changes
PE FLD Football GYM Basketba ll FLD Dance GYM Indoor Athletic s FLD Cross Country GYM Gymnastic s FLD Hockey GYM OAA/ Team Work FLD Athletics GYM Cricket FLD Rounder s FLD Football

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