The Wider World

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Geography/History
Locating Places: maps, atlases and globes:
 use world maps, atlases and globes to identify
the United Kingdom and its countries, as well
as the countries, continents and oceans
studied at this key stage
French
Weekly French lessons to be delivered by Mrs ?
Science
Animals, including humans:
 identify and name a variety of common
animals including fish, amphibians, reptiles,
birds and mammals
 identify and name a variety of common
animals that are carnivores, herbivores and
omnivores
 describe and compare the structure of a
variety of common animals (fish, amphibians,
reptiles, birds and mammals, including pets)
Art and Design/Design Technology
Design and make soup:
 design purposeful, functional, appealing
products for themselves and other users
based on design criteria
 select from and use a wide range of
materials and components, including
construction materials, textiles and
ingredients, according to their
characteristics
 evaluate their ideas and products against
design criteria
PE
One P.E session per week to be delivered by Mr Ellis:
 master basic movements including running,
jumping, throwing and catching, as well as
developing balance, agility and co-ordination,
and begin to apply these in a range of activities
 participate in team games, developing simple
tactics for attacking and defending
 perform dances using simple movement
patterns.
RE
KS1 TOPIC
Autumn Term
All Creatures Great and Small
(Farming)
Wider experiences/Community Activities
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Farm visit - Piglets Farm
Harvest service in St Mary's church
Year 2 swimming lessons at Derwent Pool
Malton School science bus (animal focus
delivered by Mr Rumney)
Creation and Thanksgiving:
• Reflect on the awe and wonder of the natural
world around them.
• Ask questions that are philosophically challenging
and to have them taken seriously.
• Explore their own feelings and emotions and
develop empathy for others.
PSHCE
SEAL Theme 'Good to be me'
Music
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use their voices expressively and creatively
by singing songs and speaking chants and
rhymes
play tuned and un-tuned instruments
musically
listen with concentration and understanding
to a range of high-quality live and recorded
music
experiment with, create, select and combine
sounds using the inter-related dimensions of
music.
English/Maths
Follow key objectives in English and Maths
framework at appropriate levels for each ability
group.
Computing
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create and debug simple programs
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