Year 1 Summer Topic 2018

  Meet the Year Group Team

Class Teacher

PTP Support

Mrs N Gomarsall
Mrs L Brown
Miss F Gordon
Mrs G Silcox
Summer 1 Topics

English:

Possible writing topics this term:

(Not all of these will be covered)

  • Writing based on 'The Day the Crayons Quit'.
  • Writing in the form of; instructions / invitations and poetry.

English Skills:

  • Using the skills -  prefix - un / suffix - ing / ed / er/ est
  • Using ! ? accurately
  • Continued practise of accurate punctuation (capital letter/ full stops / apostrophe)
  • Conjunctions (and/because)
  • Adjectives

Maths:

Hampshire – Phase 2: 

Number and Place Value

  • count in multiples of twos and tens

Addition and subtraction

  • represent and use number bonds and related subtraction facts within 20

- Missing number problems

Multiplication and Division

  • solve one step problems involving multiplication by calculating the answer using concrete objects, pictorial representations and arrays with the support of the teacher

Fractions

- Looking at 1/4 of amount, shape and objects.

Measurement: compare, describe and solve practical problems for:

  • tell the time to half past and draw the hands on a clock face to show these times

Science:

  • Seasonal Change (continuing through the year)
  • Plants - recapped 
History: 
  • Changes within living memory - looking at toys from the past and how they've changed.

Geography:

 Looking at toys from around the world.

Comparing Rooksdown/Basingstoke to another town in a non European country.

Art:

Printing - using toys as our inspiration.

Looking at Andy Warhol.

Design Technology: (will be completed next half term) Food - making a fruit salad. 

Computing:

 *Our Local Area

Music:

Skills: This year, Year 1 will:

  • Sing songs, rhymes and chants
  • Use body percussion, tuned and out of tune percussion instruments
  • See how sounds can be written down
  • Recognise mood and character in music
  • Begin to build a musical vocabulary

 P.E:

Taught by a specialist teacher (Mr Calpin)

Gymnastics, Multi-skills (throwing, catching and aiming games)

R.E:

  • People Jesus Met

PHSE

  • Keeping Safe
Routines:

Reading - If possible daily reading with your child with vastly benefit him/her. 3 times a week is ideal and it allows you to read the book a couple of times to help your child build up their fluency.  During this time ask lots of questions about the book they have read.

Friday – Homework goes out

Thursdays – Homework is collected in

As the year progresses spellings will be added in.

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