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Field Lane J, I & N School                                                        Long Term Plan 2020/21

 

KS1

Autumn

Spring

Summer

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Concept

Change

Difference

Bravery

Protect

Heroes

Responsibility

Theme

All about me

Different cultures

Great Fire of London

Castle Life

 

Lighthouses & Lifeboats

 

Under the Sea

 

 

Visits / Visitors

Walk around local area

 

Fire pit and invite Fire

brigade

Skipton Castle

 

Scarborough

Key Texts

I’m Special I’m me by Ann Meek

Funny Bones by Alan Ahlberg

Revolting Rhymes

Funky Chickens - Benjamin Zephaniah

Toby and the Great Fire of London by Margaret Nash/Jayne Cope

Samuel Pepys diaries

Non-Fiction books relating to castles and castle life

 

The Lighthouse Keepers Lunch by Ronda Armitage

The Story of Grace Darling

Seaside text?

Information text about a chosen sea creature.

Reading for Pleasure

Author

Year 1- Fairy tales (various)

Year 2- Roald Dahl,

Anthony Browne

Year 1- Noisy Poems anthology

Year 2- Roald Dahl, Jamila Gavin

Year 1- Chris Haughton

Year 2- Roald Dahl, Michael Rosen (poetry)

Year 1- Oliver Jeffers

Year 2- Roald Dahl, Anthony Browne

Year 1- Alex T. Smith

Year 2- Roald Dahl, Jamila Gavin

Year 1- Alex T. Smith

Year 2- Roald Dahl, Jamila Gavin

English

 

 

 

 

Recount

Using photos, write a recount

about the holidays

Non-chronological reports

Write a description ‘about me’.

Narrative- Retell the story.

Innovate the story using a story mountain. Write their own story

with a beginning, middle and end.

 

Poetry - Roald Dahl and Benjamin Zephaniah

Reading and performing poetry.

Innovate a poem by changing a stanza.

 

Myths- Reading scottish, welsh and northern irish  myths. Children will write their own myths. 

 

 

Narrative – Retelling the events of the Great Fire from a different perspective

 

Recount- Read the diary of Samuel Pepys and write a diary using the same style.

 

Letter writing - Write a letter to the fire brigade inviting them to our school.

Write a letter to King Charles asking him to help the people of London during the Great Fire of London.

 

Information books-

Research about Skipton Castle.

Study different information leaflets. Create a leaflet about Skipton Castle.

 

Instructions- Create a recipe for food that was eaten during medieval times.

 

Recount- Following the trip to Skipton castle, write a recount of the events which occured.

 

Narrative- Read and retell The Lighthouse Keepers Lunch. Innovate the story and write their own.

 

Poetry - Read a variety of seaside poetry and learn poems off by  heart.

 

Persuasion: Write invites for parents to attend a picnic.

Create a persuasive advert (poster) for their sandwiches.

Non-chronological report:- Choose a sea animal and write a factual report about it.

 

Recount-Following the trip to the seaside, write about the events which occured.

 

Poetry-Choose a sea creature and write a riddle about it.

 

 

 

 

SMART Maths

Shape- Naming and sorting 2D and 3D shapes

Measures- Length and height

 

Money- Recognise different coins and notes. Add small amounts of money.

Time- Analogue clock times

Fractions- Link with time

Measures- weight, mass and capacity

Measures- Time

Statistics- Pictograms and tally charts

 

Geometry- Position and direction

 

Science

Year 1 - Who am I?

Learning about basic parts of the human body and the senses.

Year 2 -Healthy me- ourselves

Tracking the weather and observing seasonal changes.

Year 1- Celebrations

Learning about materials and their physical properties.

Year 2- Young gardeners

Tracking the weather and observing seasonal changes.

Year 1- Polar Adventures

Learning about carnivores, herbivores and omnivores. Naming animals that are birds, fish and mammals.

Year 2 -Move it

Tracking the weather and observing seasonal changes.

Year 1- Treasure Island

Identifying and naming a variety of plants.

Year 2- Materials monster Tracking the weather and observing seasonal changes.

Year 1- On Safari

Identifying and naming a variety of common invertebrates.

Year 2- Young masterchef – healthy foods

Tracking the weather and observing seasonal changes.

Year 1- Holidays

Describing and comparing the structure of a variety of common animals.

Year 2-Mini worlds

Tracking the weather and observing seasonal changes.

PE

Physical literacy skills and games

Movement

Multi-skills (agility, balance & coordination)

 

Invasion games

Gymnastics- floor

 

Movement

Gymnastics- large apparatus

 

Parachute games

 Ball skills and games

 

Target games

Sports day games practice

 

Multi-skills games

Computing

Yr1- collecting images using the net

Yr2- researching using the net.

Yr1- illustrating an ebook

Yr2- safety, emails, forums etc.

Yr1-producing a talking book

Yr2- recording data.

Yr1- creating a card electronically

Yr2- taking, selecting and editing digital images.

 

Yr1- filming the steps to a recipe

Yr2- programming on screen using Scratch.

Yr1- using programmable toys

Yr2- exploring how computer games work.

 

 

History

Changes within living memory

Recount changes that have occurred in their own lives.

Significant historical events, people and places in their own locality.

 

The Great Fire of London

Events beyond living memory that are significant nationally or globally.

Samuel Pepys

Famous kings and queens

To investigate and interpret kings and queens of the past and compare them to our current royal family.

To learn about Skipton Castle.

William the Conqueror.

 

Grace Darling

The lives of significant individuals from the past

 

 

 

Geography

A walk around the local area and comparing what Batley looked like in the past using photos.

Use vocabulary: city, town, village, factory, farm, house, office and shop.

 

Differences between the four countries of the UK. Compare human and physical features.

city, town, village, factory, farm. house, office, and shop.

-Compass directions.

 

 

 

Weather and climate

Describing key physical features of a location.

Name and locate the world’s seven continents and five oceans.

Using atlases.

Compare Scarborough to Batley.

city, town, village, factory, farm, house, office, port, harbour and shop.

Refer to: key physical features, including: beach, cliff, coast, forest, hill, mountain, sea, ocean, river, soil, valley.

PSHCE

Being me in my  world.

Celebrating difference

Healthy me- food, shelter

Dreams and goals

Relationships

Changing me

RE

 

Which books and stories are special?

How do we celebrate special events? 

What does it mean to belong to a Church or Mosque?

How and why do we care for other people?

Old testament prophets and important stories

Old testament prophets and important stories continued

Art

Portraits 

Sketching

Places around Batley

Printing-tree rubbing, leaf rubbings, relief print.

Animal sculpture.

 

Textiles – shields / heraldry

 

Weaving using sea colours and materials inspired by the ocean.

 

DT

 

 

Food technology (bread)

Design and create a Fire engine

Food technology (castle food)

 

Food technology (sandwiches)

Design and create a lighthouse.

 

Food technology

 

Music

Charanga Music Hey You! (Hip Hop) –Y1

Hands, Feet, Heart –Y2

 

Rhythm In The Way We Walk. (Reggae)- Y1

Ho, Ho, Ho –Y2

 

Banana Rap (Hip Hop) –Y1

I Wanna Play In A Band –Y2

 

In The Groove (Blues, Baroque, Latin, Bhangra, Folk & Funk) –Y1

Zoo Time-Y2

 

Round & Round (Bossa Nova Latin style) –Y1 Friendship Song –Y2

 

Consolidation. Revisiting and Reviewing. –Y1 & Y2

 

 

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