Class 1B curriculum
As theologians we will :
- Be able to recognise the story of : Creation, Noah and the Ark, The Annunciation, The Visitation and The Birth of Jesus.
- Begin to retell the religious Bible stories through art work, drama and writing.
- Recognise that the rainbow is a religious symbol.
- Recognise some signs and symbols of Advent and Christmas and use some religious words.
- Recognise some ways in which we can look after God’s World.
- Recognise some ways in which we and Christians prepare for Christmas.
- Be able to talk about feelings of God’s World and experiences of being loved.
- Be able to talk about Christmas and how it makes us feel.
English – As writers and communicators we will :
- Include full stops, capital letters and finger spaces within our writing
- Use phonics to help with spellings
- Use adjectives in our writing.
- Write letters and retell the story.
- To be able to ask and punctuate questions accurately.
- Begin to use cursive writing
- Use drama to explore stories in greater depth.
we will :
- Be able to talk about our feelings and how our actions can change with our feelings.
- Find out what is the same and what is different about us.
- Learn how to stay healthy.
- Be aware of people that can help us
- Try out best to be kind and caring to others
As geographers we will :
- Locate the 7 continents & 5 oceans
- Locate the 4 countries of the United Kingdom
- Identifying where people go on holiday – warm places.
- Developing basic geographical language to refer to key physical and human features.
- Keep a weather chart – looking at rainfall and temperature.
As designers we will :
- Be able to evaluate our/peers work stating what we like and dislike
- Use a variety of equipment
- Use a range of materials
- Design and make a mechanism that works
As mathematicians we will :
- Count, read, write, identify, represent, double and half, and use comparative language of numbers within 10.
- Addition and subtraction within 10. Combination and partitioning. Represent and use number bonds; read, write, interpret, represent and solve.
- Shapes and patterns— Recognise common 2-D and 3-D shapes; describe position, direction and movement.
- Numbers within 20—Count, read, write, identify, represent, double and half, and use comparative language.
- Addition and subtraction within 20 – Represent and use number bonds; read, write, interpret and solve one-step problems.
As scientists we will :
- Identify different everyday materials.
- Identify and classify different objects into what they are made from.
- Describe the characteristics and properties of materials.
- Identify, name, draw and label parts of the human body and name the senses.
As gymnasts we will :
- Be able to follow instructions
- Be aware of health and safety
- Understand why we need to warm up and cool down
- Safely use a variety of apparatus.
We will :
- Learn to log on independently.
- Know the importance of keeping usernames and passwords safe.
- Know how to be safe online.
- Learn how to save and find our own work.
- Explore different types of communication.
- Group and sort information into a pictorgram.
- Explore the different tools on Purple Mash.
As artists we will :
- Use a range of painting techniques such as impasto and experiment with different paints.
- Study a famous artist and use our own artists rag.
- Mix paints to change their consistency and compare different brush strokes.
Homework and an additional piece of phonics work will be sent home every Friday evening. Homework is to be returned by the following Wednesday in order for children to be awarded Dojo points.
Please send in your child’s reading book on their allocated day written on their book bag and we will change your child’s book once a week. Please remember to write in your child’s reading record to acknowledge that you have listened to your child read. It is also very important to check your child’s understanding when reading. Finally, please remember to access Bug Club once a week.
As we are unable to have a Welcome Evening this year, if you have any questions or concerns please contact your child’s class teacher via email: email@example.com or by contacting the school office and arranging a telephone appointment.
P.E will take place in both classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
The St Paulinus P.E. kit consists of a white t-shirt with the school logo, blue (or black) shorts, and a pair of pumps. As an optional extra, a dark coloured pair of jogging trousers and a school PE hoodie or jumper can also be worn when we are outside / during the winter months. Children must come to school in their PE kits on their PE days and will stay in their PE kits throughout the day.
In addition, the only jewellery permitted in school is a pair of plain small stud earrings. If your child has pierced ears, then they need to remove their earrings on each morning of P.E.
Please note that staff are not able to remove earrings, so this will result in your child not taking part in our P.E. lessons and an alternative task will be provided for the child, this is due to health and safety reasons.
Long hair must be tied back.
Please ensure your child wears their PE kit on their PE days. If your child does not come to school in their P.E. kit, you may receive a text message to inform you that they need it for the following week. All P.E. kit and School uniform must be labelled clearly with your child’s name. If it becomes lost, it can then be easily returned to the rightful owner.
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Parents were invited to take part in a phonics workshop with their child. Everyone embrace the day and had a fun day learning. https://vimeo.com/389427749
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