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Year 1

Autumn 1 - Who am I?

By learning about ourselves and each other, we are able to celebrate our differences whilst also seeing all the things that we have in common. In order to do this, we will need to be geographers, historians, artists, athletes and scientists. To better understand ourselves, we will also need to be reflective. We are all individuals, but together we make up a wider community - one that should support and respect one another.


Autumn 2 - Treasure Island

In The Magic Toymaker, we will be learning all about the world of toys and the role that they play in entertaining us, educating us, and stimulating our imagination. As historians, we will be finding out about the ways in which toys have changed over time; as scientists, we will be exploring the various materials that toys are made of; as designers, we will be learning about the different stages of the toy-making process and creating our own board games; and as programmers, we will be covering the basics of computer game coding. Toys come in many shapes and sizes, but what is it that makes a great toy?

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Spring - Time Travellers

We will be learning about how people find out about the past, the clues we can uncover and how evidence tells us what happened in the past. We will be historians finding out about how past is recorded and represent. We will explore our own past and how we can find out more. Have much can you remember from your past? What can you find out?


Summer 1 - A Day in the Life

We will be learning about many exciting jobs from different places and time periods in order to create our own imaginary community. We will need to be historians, geographers, musicians, designers and citizens of the world! What job would you like to do when you grow up? 

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Summer 2 - The Earth our Home (new for 2023)

All living things – plants, animals and people – have a home or somewhere to live that we call a ‘habitat’. A habitat can be huge like the ocean or small like a leaf. To survive, living things need to live in places that meet their needs. What do living things need to survive? How do different habitats provide for their needs? We will need to be scientists and geographers in order to answer these questions.