“A World of Difference”
· Using their observations and ideas to suggest answers to questions
· Gathering and recording data to help in answering questions.
Animals including humans
· Can identify, name, draw and label the basic parts of the human body and say which part of the body is associated with each sense.
· observe changes across the four seasons
· observe and describe weather associated with the seasons and how day length varies.
· Can describe change and key events in their own chronology
· Use common words and phrases relating to the passing of time (e.g. now, then, long ago)
· Can order artefacts and pictures from different time periods
Knowledge and understanding of events, people and changes in the past
· Can describe the achievements of Christopher Columbus, Neil Armstrong and Tim Peake
· Can compare how exploration has changed over time
Historical Interpretation and Enquiry Skills
· Asks to and responds to simple questions about the past
· Is beginning to use resources to help them talk about the past events
Human and Physical
· Can name the 4 seasons and describe typical weather conditions and how it affects people’s lives.
· Can describe how the local environment is affected by its geographical location.
· Uses correct terms for simple geographical features in the local environment(eg, forest, hill, mountain, valley)
Locational and place knowledge
· Can locate the equator and north/south poles on a map or a globe
· Makes predictions about the hottest and coldest parts of the world
· Can name and locate the 4 countries of the UK on a map.
Geographical Skill and Fieldwork.
· Can draw a simple picture map labelling given features.
· Uses simple locational language including in front, behind, next to, describe the location of geographical features on a map and in fieldwork.
· Recognises simple human and physical features on an aerial photograph or simple map
· Enjoys exploring using a wide range of materials and taught techniques.
· Can talk about their art work as they go.
· Can use a sketch book to collect and record ideas.
· Understands that different materials have different qualities (eg rough, soft, big).
· Responds creatively to given starting points.
Skills and techniques
· Can recognise and name the primary colours.
· Can experiment with mixing colours.
· Can draw lines to represent things seen or imagined.
· Can use a selection of given materials to make a simple collage.
Appreciation and evaluation
· Can talk about similarities and differences in pieces of art.
· Can talk about artists, craft makers and designers studied.
· Can make links between art studied and how they used this to produce their own work.
· Can talk about their finished art work using taught vocabulary.
· Can stretch or curl their body
· Can roll, curl travel and balance in different ways
· Moves and stops safely
· Can adjust speed and direction when moving around a space
· Jumps safely from two feet to two feet
· Can balance on one leg
· Climbs safely using hands and feet
· Can copy simple sequences and repeat them
· Put moves and shapes together to make a short dance
· Shows rhythm in dance
· Design purposeful, functional, appealing products for themselves and other users based on design criteria.
· Generate, develop, model and communicate their ideas through talking, drawing, emplates, mock-ups and, where appropriate, the use of computers.
· select from and use a range of tools and equipment to perform practical tasks (for example, cutting, shaping, joining and finishing).
· select from and use a wide range of materials and components, including construction materials, textiles and ingredients, according to their characteristics.
· Explore and evaluate a range of existing products
· Evaluate their ideas and products against design criteria
Cooking and Nutrition
· understand where food comes from.
· use the basic principles of a healthy and varied diet to prepare dishes.
· Knows that technology follows instructions to deliver a desired outcome (ie algorithm)
· Can create a simple program to give instructions to a device/software to deliver a clear outcome (eg BeeBot)
· Make simple predictions based on given instructions/algorithms
· Uses technology safely
· Knows what to do if they feel uncomfortable when using technology (eg inappropriate images)
Does Creation help people understand God?
· To understand Christian and or Jewish beliefs about Creation and the character of God.
· Enjoys singing, playing, trying out and changing sounds; exploring sounds and music through play.
· Sings broadly in tune within a limited pitch range.
· Can use percussion to accompany songs or stories.
· Enjoys clapping, tapping, playing and marching in time to the music.
· Follows simple musical instructions and actions.
· Shows a simple awareness of the audience when performing.
· Listens to others playing/singing/sharing ideas.
· Can describe the music as fast or slow.
· Can describe the music as loud or quiet.
· Recognises and can name some percussion instruments.
· Can comment and respond to recordings of their own voice.