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Prime area: Communication and Language. Listen carefully and follow more complicated directions. Concentrate and resist distractions Listen to visiting Policeman and respond appropriately. Respond to instructions to complete a sequence of actions. Extend vocabulary about people who help us.

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Topic people who help us p lus continuous provision both indoors and outside

  • Prime area: Communication and Language.

  • Listen carefully and follow more complicated directions.

  • Concentrate and resist distractions

  • Listen to visiting Policeman and respond appropriately.

  • Respond to instructions to complete a sequence of actions.

  • Extend vocabulary about people who help us.

  • Link statements to explain ideas.

  • Use talk to clarify thinking, ideas, feelings and events.

  • Use language imaginatively in play situations.

  • Introduce a storyline into play activities.

  • Communicate clearly using sentences.

Main focus: Prime areas

Reception: Term 2

Growing focus: Specific areas

  • Prime area: Personal, Social and Emotional development.

  • Speak confidently to others about what they know.

  • Talk about people who help us at home and community.

  • Understand how actions affect others.

  • Understand the need for boundaries.

  • Respond appropriately to changes in routines.

  • React to challenge from peers appropriately.

  • Know how to behave in different situations.

  • Take turns in conversations.

  • Explain ideas and ask questions.

  • Prime area: Physical development.

  • Move in different ways and on different levels.

  • Negotiate space with increasing skill.

  • Change speed and direction effectively.

  • Increase control over small equipment.

  • Be able to say what foods are healthy and which are not.

  • Attend to own personal hygiene needs and understand why doing this properly is important.

  • Manage undressing and dressing for PE.

  • Be able to show how to use things safely.

Topic:

‘People who help us’

plus continuous provision both indoors and outside

  • Specific area: Literacy.

  • Phase 2 Letters & Sounds begins alongside Phase 1.

  • Reading scheme introduced and children begin to learn to read.

  • Look at books about ‘People who help us.’

  • Continue practising writing names and also other letter formation.

  • Begin to read and write simple words using growing phonic knowledge.

  • Label pictures of ‘People who help us’

  • Specific area: Mathematics.

  • Recognise numerals 1-10 and be able to put them in order.

  • Count objects or actions accurately.

  • Know how many there are after 1 more has been added or taken away.

  • Identify most 2d & 3d shapes.

  • Talk about position, size and other measures.

  • Make more complex patterns and sequence several events.

  • Specific area: Understanding the world.

  • Show an interest in the work of the visiting policeman.

  • Talk about different people who help us e.g. Doctor, Nurse etc.

  • Name and describe special times or events.

  • Ask questions about the world in which they live.

  • Talk about why things happen and how things work.

  • Show an interest in technology e.g – police radio.

  • Show increasing skill in making things work.

  • Specific area: Expressive arts and design.

  • Enjoy joining in with rhythmic activities.

  • Construct by joining objects together and describe how they work.

  • Use a variety of construction materials to build models.

  • Begin to express oneself in different ways and respond to music.

  • Enjoy role play and build stories around toys and experiences.

  • Use available resources as props to support role play.

  • Create simple representations of events, people and objects with increasing detail.


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