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Kempshott

Infant School

Learning Together, Achieving the Extraordinary!

Curriculum Plans

 Autumn 1Autumn 2
TopicAll About MeAutumn Changes
Key Texts

Super Duper You!

Someone Bigger

Handa’s Surprise

Starting School

Once There Were Giants

Sunday Blues

Percy the Park Keeper stories

Oliver’s Vegetables

Gruff the Grump

The Christmas Story

The Very Last Leaf

Leaf Man

British ValueIndividual LibertyTolerance
Learning Value

Imelda the Independent Iguana

Ramona the Resilient Rhino
 Prime Areas of Learning 
Communication and Language

I can participate in speaking and listening activities.

I can listen to others and respond to their questions and ideas.

I am beginning raise my hand to speak and take turns in conversation.

I can use language with puppets and small world toys.

I can use language in role play.

I can recite nursery rhymes and  these poems and songs:

Clumsy Clementina

Big Red Combine Harvester

Fruit Salad

I can take turns in a conversation.

I am good at listening to others.

I can explain my ideas and feelings.

I can raise my hand and wait to speak.

I can re-enact a scene using puppets and small world toys.

I can organise my language in role play.

I can retell and sign The Three Billy Goats Gruff.

I can recite nursery rhymes and  these poems:

Bonfire Food

Puddles, Umbrellas and Rain

I Wish I Was a Centipede

Physical Development

I can join in circle games.

I can ride bicycles and scooters.

I can dance.

I enjoy manipulating playdough in a variety of ways.

I can build with construction toys.

I can hold a pencil correctly and am developing control.

I am developing my cutting skills.

I am learning to skip.

I can join in parachute games.

I am developing an awareness of space.

I can join in circle games.

I can confidently ride bicycles and scooters.

I can follow instructions when dancing.

I enjoy manipulating playdough in a variety of ways.

I can build with construction toys.

I can hold a pencil correctly and am developing control.

I can form some letters correctly.

I am improving my control when using scissors. 

I am learning to skip.

I can join in parachute games.

I am developing my ball skills.

Personal, Social and Emotional Development

I am getting to know my new classmates.

I can talk about my likes and dislikes.

I can talk about how I have grown and changed and what I am good at.

I can talk about School and British Values.

I can contribute ideas for our Class Charter.

I can fasten my coat.

I am developing my friendship skills.

I can explain my likes and dislikes.

I can talk about my feelings.   

I can share my ideas in P4C.

I can talk about my rights and responsibilities.

I can talk about our Class Charter.

I can fasten my Winter coat.

I can talk about the need for good hygiene.

 Specific Areas of Learning 
Literacy

I enjoy sharing books and listening to stories.

I can read the character names and begin to learn my key words.

I can share my first reading scheme books.

I can learn the sounds for s a t p i and n.

I can make some letter shapes in the sand and with playdough.

I am learning my key words.

I am learning sounds and digraphs.

I can blend some sounds to build words.

I can identify sounds to read words.

I can form the letters for the sounds.

I am becoming a more confident reader.

I love listening to stories, joining in when I can and predicting what might happen next.

Mathematics

I enjoy reciting and enacting number rhymes.

I use numbers in my play.

I can count objects using 1:1 correspondence.

I can make sets of numbers.

I can talk about ‘more’ and ‘less’.

I am beginning to recognise numbers. 

I can read o’clock times.

I can write some large numbers in the sand and make them with playdough.

I am beginning to learn the days of the week, always starting with Sunday.

I can use cups to add digits to 10.

I can count forwards and backwards from different starting points.

I can shop and make amounts using 1p coins.

I can compare different objects according to weight and measure.

I am developing my number formation.

I am learning the months of the year and half past times.

Understanding the World

I can compare myself as a baby with myself now.

I can talk about my home and family.

I can talk about healthy eating and taste different fruits.

I can talk about how my senses keep me informed.

I can talk about Harvest and share a Harvest Service with the vicar from St Marks Church.

I can enjoy Welly walks around the school, to choose our tree and to talk about the seasonal changes.

I can explore and find out what a Beebot does.   

I can talk about animal habitats around the school.

I can talk about the changes I have noticed in our environment.

I can make a fruit salad.

I can talk about how to be healthy.

I can plant a crocus and talk about what it needs to grow.

I can talk about the Christmas story through the Hampshire RE unit.

I can talk about how our tree is changing.

I can control a Beebot and make it go where I want it to.

Expressive Arts and Design

I can look carefully at myself and paint a self-portrait.

I enjoy exploring pattern and colour using paint, pencils, playdough, toys and objects.

I can paint fruit and vegetables.

I enjoy craft and constructing.

I enjoy exploring cutting, sticking and joining.

I can print using objects.

I can sing Big Red Combine Harvester.

I can explore musical instruments.

I enjoy drumming.

 I can share my ideas for roleplay and enjoy playing my part.

I can use printing and embellishing skills to create a fireworks painting.

I can stitch a Christmas stocking.

I can paint and draw Percy’s friends.

I can cut, join and build at the craft table.

I can explain my choice of resources.

I can choose resources to make Christmas decorations.

I can use objects to print a Christmas card.

I can talk about my choice of musical instruments.

I can sing songs with my friends.

 

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