Year 1 (Ash)
Teacher: Ms M Phillips
Teaching Assistant: Ms Rose Honeyghan/Miss Sophie Yusuf
Oh, we do like to be beside the seaside!
Science: 1st half: Seasons (Spring and Summer)
- Observe changes across Spring and Summer.
- Observe and describe the weather associated with seasons and how the day length varies.
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Cross Curricular ICT: DIGITAL MEDIA
LO: Explore the tools in a painting program to make a picture
Use Purple Mash Painting Projects to create seasonal pictures using a rage of brushes and painting tools.Science2nd half: Animals
- Identify and name a variety of common animals including fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals.
- Identify a variety of common animals that are carnivores, herbivores and omnivores.
- Describe and compare the structure of variety of common animals (fish/amphibians/reptiles/birds/mammals including pets)
SEE SCHEME OF WORK FOR MORE DETAILSSCIENTIFIC VOCABULARY: warmer sunny lighter blossom bud young cooler growth
SCIENTFIC VOCABULARY: fish fins amphibians scales water land breathe reptiles cold blooded warm blooded eggs
Live young carnivores omnivores herbivores History: SEASIDE IN THE PAST
- Identify features of seaside holidays.
- Discover what seaside holidays were like in the past.
- Understand the importance of the train for Victorian seaside holidays.
- Ask and answer questions about seaside holidays in the past.
- Use a range of sources to find out about seaside holidays in the past
Geography: THE SEASIDE
- Identify seasonal and daily weather patterns in the UK (link to the seaside)
- Identify seaside areas on a map.
- Use maps, atlases, globes to identify seaside areas around the world.
- Identify key features of seaside places (sea/ocean/coast/beach/cliff)
- Identify and learn the features of a port and harbour.
- Compare the seaside to a contrasting location.
- To know that the sea is a body of water.
- To recognise that cliffs can be found at the seaside.
- To recognise that beaches can be made up of different materials.
Cross Curricular ICT: DIGITAL RESEARCH:
LO: Explore a website to find interesting information
Use Google Maps to explore seaside places around the UK – use Street View to see what the seaside looks likeHISTORY VOCABULARY: Victorian steam train
bathing machines seaside evidence promenade
bathing costume carousel pier GEOGRAPHY VOCABULARY: coastal coast sand cliff
Beach shingle weather sea ocean waves tide salt water
TransportCHALLENGES FOR MORE ABLE PUPILS: Seasides in the past.
- Put photos from different eras showing the seaside in chronological order and explain your order.
- What made the seaside a good place to go on holiday?
- Why was the train a good way to travel to the seaside?
- How do photos help us understand what the seaside was like in the past?CHALLENGES FOR MORE ABLE PUPILS: The seaside
- Do all countries have a seaside?
- Can cliffs be dangerous? Explain the reasons why.
- Would you go to a harbour or port if the weather was stormy? Explain your choice.
- Which seaside area would you most like to visit and why?
- Are all beaches the same in England? Art: PAINTING (link to the seaside and seascapes)
- Use a range of materials creatively to design and make products.
- Use drawing and painting to develop and share ideas and imagination.
- Develop a wide range of techniques using colour, texture, line, shape and space.
- Know about the work of famous artists linked to the seaside – e.g. Monet
D.T: MAKE A KITE TO FLY AT THE SEASIDE
- Design a purposeful and functional appealing product for themselves and other users based on design criteria.
- Generate and develop models and communicate their ideas through talking, drawing, templates and mock-ups and ICT.
- Evaluate ideas and products against design criteria.
- Discover kite-flying around the world.
- Exhibit materials to make a kite.
- Explore and create a ‘carp’ kite.
- Explore and create a ‘diamond’ kite.
- Construct a kite.Music:
- Use their voices creatively by singing songs, chants & rhymes
- Play un-tuned instruments musically.
- Listen with concentration to a range of high quality recorded music.
- Experiment with sounds using interrelated dimensions of music.E (Please follow Val Sabin’s scheme of work)
Athletics, dance and gamesR.E: How do you belong to Sikhism?
- How do religious people show they belong?
- What is Sikhism?
- How do children show they belong to Sikhism?
- Why do Sikhs tell the story of Guru Nanak bathing in the river?
- What did Guru Gobind Singh ask Sikhs to look like?
- What is the Amrit ceremony?How well do we live well with friends and family?
- What makes me special?
- What special places do people have in their homes?
- Why is Friday night special in a Jewish home?
- What Hindu customs help brothers and sisters show that they care for each other?
- How does the bible help Christian families to forgive? Computing
Coding and Programming
- Algorithms and Decomposition
- Programming on screen
- Sequence, Repetition, Selection
Using Technology Safely
- Social Networking
- Being Responsible
- Reporting ConcernsEntitlement and enrichment: visit a London Beach (royal docks had one in 2015), visit a seaside area (broadstairs/ Brighton etc) , visit the park and fly a kite,visit the National Gallery/ Tate modern and look at Matisse’s work.
Topic writing links: (please teach during Friday’s literacy lesson and work in topic/Science books
- Send a postcard from a seaside place.
- Write a fact file about a seaside area.
- Write a playscript for a Punch and Judy show.
- Write a recipe for food you might get at the seaside.
- Design a poster for the kite.
- Write a very simple holiday guide about a seaside area.
- Write a poem about spring/summer
- Write a description of an animal
Cross Curricular ICT: DIGITAL PUBLISHING/PRESENTATION
LO: Enter, revise and edit text using a keyboard
Use Purple Mash publishing projects linked to the seaside (Postcards etc) to complete a writing taskLiteracy books which link to the topic:
- Little Tim and the brave sea captain
- Lost and found
- Shark and Lobster’s amazing undersea adventure.
- The Sea Monster – Christopher WormellMaths topic Links: (work to be in topic/Science books)
- Money work – buying products from a seaside gift shop.
- Measure – designing a kite.
- Shape work – based on art