Year 1

'Our aim is to prepare children for the future and for lifelong learning in a diverse and everchanging world with opportunities as well as challenges.'

Mathematics

At Hatchell Wood, we use the National Curriculum and the accredited White Rose Maths to structure the long term and medium term overview of our mathematics teaching.

The vast majority of children are taught in their own year groups, in mixed abilities. In every year group, concepts are taught using concrete resources, moving on to pictorial methods before developing abstract working. This approach means that most children can access the same learning while building a solid understanding. Where appropriate, some children have a personalised curriculum. All children are given an equal opportunity to achieve to their highest potential.

As well as discrete maths lessons, children also consolidate their understanding during topic lessons and through daily Maths Meetings which include key mathematical facts.

MATHEMATICS LONG TERM PLAN

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1 

Summer 2

Number: Place Value within 10.

Number: Addition and Subtraction within 10.

Geometry: Shape

Number: Place Value within 20.

Number: Addition and Subtraction within 20

Number: Place Value within 50

Measurement: Length and Height

Measurement: Weight & Volume 

Number: Multiplication and Division

Number: Fractions

Number: Place Value within 100

Measurement: Money

Measurement: Time

English

At Hatchell Wood, we believe that every pupil has the right to be able to read, write and communicate with others effectively. English is the main medium through which the rest of the curriculum is learned and taught and a major way in which children interpret the world around them, develop knowledge and understanding and communicate with other people. The teaching of English, in all of its forms, has a high profile within the school.

Writing

In the teaching of writing we begin the year using ‘Talk for Writing’. Towards the end of year 1 we use the 'Write Stuff' approach by Jane Considine.

Phonics

During Year 1 children continue to develop their phonologic knowledge of letters and sounds. They use this knowledge to segment and blend words to read. This supports writing as they move onto segmenting words to spell. They work through the phases of the letters and sounds documents. We begin with phase 3 in Autumn Term and move towards Phase 6 in Summer Term.

Book Talk (Super Six)

As part of Year 1 Book Talk study the children hear the same book everyday for a week. This means the children know these books inside out. The children verbally answer questions on these books linked to reading VIPERS. The books come under six categories: Quality Text, Rhyming/Poetry, Diversity, Traditional Tale/Non-Fiction, Well Being and Love of Reading. The children then have access to these ‘special’ books as part of Continuous Provision and we hope it encourages a love of reading and a genuine interest in a range of books.

Text Study

Every topic the children will engage in a whole class shared text that links to the overall theme. The children then complete work linked to this book. We often study the same text all topic to ensure the children have a deep understanding. We can also use one book for a range of writing genres such as: letters, non-chronological reports, instructions and stories.

CLASS TEXT

Autumn 1 & 2

Spring 1 

Spring 2

Summer 1 and 2

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Tidy by Emily Gravett

How to Catch a Star –

Oliver Jeffers

DinoZone – Fact Files Topsy and Tim Visit London.

Topic

At Hatchell Wood we use the Cornerstones approach to deliver exciting and engaging project based learning.

These are the projects that we cover in Year 3: 

 AUTUMN 1 & 2

SPRING 1 

 SPRING 2 

 SUMMER 1 & 2

TOPIC

Enchanted Woodland

Moon Zoom Dinosaurs Bright Lights, Big City

Click on the images below for the key knowledge and vocabulary the children will learn in each of the topics.

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Develop children’s knowledge of British wildlife and woodland habitats. Children will observe and identify plants and animals, understand seasonal changes and appreciate the wonder of the woodland.

Develop children’s knowledge of technology, space and materials. Children learn how to design and make model spaceships, considering the properties of materials. They might even meet an alien.

Develop children’s knowledge of prehistory. Children will learn about dinosaurs and fossils, and the amazing discoveries of palaeontologists, such as Mary Anning.

This project teaches children about the physical and human characteristics of the United Kingdom, including a detailed exploration of the characteristics and features of the capital city, London.

SCIENCE

Plants, including trees

Animals

Seasonal Change

Everyday materials

 

Animals, including humans

 

 

 INVESTIGATIONS 

How do leaves change?

Are all leaves the same?

Is it waterproof?

How does it feel?

Why do we have two eyes?

Whose poo?

What is camouflage for?

How do you make bread?

*Short companion project

PSHE

We use to Jigsaw PSHE scheme of work to prepare children/young people for life, helping them really know and value who they are and understand how they relate to other people in this ever-changing world.

Weekly Celebrations

The weekly celebration is the same for each year group. These are designed to draw out a key theme from each week and reinforce its application; in turn, this ensures the Jigsaw learning is translated into behaviour and attitudes and is not confined to the lesson slot on the timetable.

JIGSAW THEMES

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Being Me in My World

 

Celebrating Difference (including anti-bullying)

Dreams and Goals

Healthy Me

Relationships

Changing Me (including Sex Education)*

*Our Sex and Relationship Education Progression Map can be found here and our SRE Supplementary Lessons plan can be found here.

Religious Education

We use Discovery RE scheme of work to learn about different religions and beliefs. Christianity is taught in every year group, with Christmas and Easter given new treatment each year, developing the learning in a progressive way. Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Sikhism are also covered.

Home Learning

In year One we ask that you read with your child on three occasions during the week and record this in the ‘Reading Record Diary’. We may also sometime send home some phonics flash cards containing ‘tricky words’ or graphemes for you to do with your child.

Every half term we will send home a ‘Home Learning’ menu. This will include a range of activities for you to choose from. All we ask is that you complete one of the activities per-week and either bring this back to school or take pictures of the completed product (depending on the task).

 
   
   
   
   

 

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