Art milestone 1:
• To take inspiration from the greats (classic and
Describe the work of notable artists,
artisans and designers.
• Use some of the ideas of artists studied to
create pieces.
Music milestone 1:
• Take part in singing, accurately following the
• Follow instructions on how and when to sing or
play an instrument.
- Create a sequence of long and short sounds.
- Use symbols to represent a composition and use
them to help with a performance.
-Create short, musical patterns
History milestone 1:
•Describe significant people from the past.
Observe or handle evidence to ask questions
and find answers to questions about the
Place events and artefacts in order on a
time line. Use words and phrases such as: a
long time ago, recently, when my
parents/carers were children, years,
decades and centuries to describe the
passing of time.
Computing milestone 1:
Use simple databases to record
information in areas across the
How to stay safe on the internet
Design & Technology milestone 1:
 Create products using levers, wheels and
winding mechanisms.
 Design products that have a clear
purpose and an intended user.
 Make products, refining the design as
work progresses.
Explore how products have been
 Explore objects and designs to identify
likes and dislikes of the designs.
PE – Games – milestone 1:
• Use the terms ‘opponent’ and ‘team-mate’.
• Use rolling, hitting, running, jumping, catching
and kicking skills in combination.
• Develop tactics.
• Lead others when appropriate.
Gymnastics– milestone 1:
Copy and remember actions.
• Move with some control and awareness of space.
• Link two or more actions to make a sequence.
• Show contrasts (such as small/tall,
straight/curved and wide/narrow).
• Travel by rolling forwards, backwards and
• Hold a position whilst balancing on different
points of the body.
• Climb safely on equipment.
• Stretch and curl to develop flexibility.
• Jump in a variety of ways and land with
increasing control and balance.
RE milestone 1:
 Describe some of the teachings of a
 Recognise, name and describe some
religious artefacts, places and practices.
Spring; 2015 – 2016 (Year B)
Science milestone 1:
Identify and name a variety of common plants, including garden
plants, wild plants and trees and those classified as deciduous
and evergreen.
Identify and describe the basic structure of a variety of
common flowering plants, including roots, stem/trunk, leaves
and flowers.
Observe and describe how seeds and bulbs grow into mature
Find out and describe how plants need water, light and a
suitable temperature to grow and stay healthy.
Describe how animals obtain their food from plants and other
animals, using the idea of a simple food chain, and identify and
name different sources of food.
Ask simple questions.
Observe closely, using simple equipment.
Perform simple tests.
Identify and classify.
Use observations and ideas to suggest answers to questions.
Gather and record data to help in answering questions
Geography milestone 1:
Use basic geographical vocabulary to refer to:
• key physical features, including: beach, coast, forest, hill, mountain,
ocean, river, soil, valley, vegetation and weather.
• key human features, including: city, town, village, factory, farm, house,
office and shop.
• Use compass directions (north, south, east and west) and locational
language (e.g. near and far) to describe the location of features and routes
on a map.
• Devise a simple map; and use and construct basic symbols in a key. Use
simple grid references (A1, B1).

KS1 skills web SPR 2015