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Year One

In Year 1, our school curriculum includes: consolidation and application of our red-lines; the continued development of attitudes and attributes; the 'Come & See' National Project for Religious Education; and, the 2014 National Curriculum. This curriculum is delivered through modules, both core and broadening, that address the prime areas of Religious Education, English, Maths and Science. The modules do not indicate lengths of time, but rather gather related themes. Within each module, the learning in the prime areas is uncovered, practiced and explored in the specific subject area and also through gaining, using and applying the knowledge, skills and understanding of other subjects of the NC, some of which will be taught discretely:

In History:

In Geography:

In French (Modern Foreign Language):

In Computing:

In Design & Technology

In Art:

In Music:

In Physical Education:

Some aspects of these subjects will be taught discretely and others will form the contexts for learning in the prime areas, but all can be supported through research and conversation at home and visits that family may enjoy during the year.

Red lines of learning

In year one, children should be using fluently the skills from previous years while mastering those shown below at home and school. 

R.E.

Physical/ handwrite

Read

Write

Maths

Science

Can recite individually the ‘Our Father’

Controlled cutting; cursive script

Phonics phase 5

read 100 key words

Spell 100 key words; simple sentences

Know all number facts + and – within 20

Accurately describe observations

The attitudes and attributes that our children will be encouraged to develop this year are:

INDEPENDENCE: Distinction, Writing, Composition, Community, Dexterity

Year 1 Modules Information

To view details about the learning that will be undertaking in the subjects of Year 1, please select the link below.

Year 1 Module Information (PDF)

Documents Available for Download

Year 1 Expectations Booklet (PDF)

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