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Reception: Term 6. Decreasing focus : Prime areas. Prime area: Communication and Language. L isten attentively and respond with relevant comments and questions. Give attention to what others say and respond appropriately. Ask and answer questions about a story or an experience.

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Reception: Term 6

Decreasing focus: Prime areas

  • Prime area: Communication and Language.

  • Listen attentively and respond with relevant comments and questions.

  • Give attention to what others say and respond appropriately.

  • Ask and answer questions about a story or an experience.

  • Express themselves effectively showing awareness of others.

  • Develop own stories by connecting several ideas.

  • Be able explain their ideas about what they have made or built.

  • To use correct tenses when talking about going to different places.

  • Prime area: Personal, Social and Emotional development (Incl. RE, PSHE & SEAL)

  • Participate confidently during a class assembly for parents and the rest of the school.

  • Talk about their ideas and choose resources they need to complete an activity.

  • Continue to use the Choosing Wheel and say why they prefer one activity more than another.

  • Talk about behaviour and consequences and work together as a class, in groups and in pairs.

  • Express themselves effectively and show awareness of others. Connect ideas when giving explanations.

  • Create special places inside and outside. Respond to the natural world. Read the Creation story (RE).

  • ‘Changes’ (SEAL) Coping with change. Understand dangers and how to keep safe. (PSHCE)

  • Take part in a range of activities during Healthy schools week

Increasing focus: Specific areas

  • Prime area: Physical development.

  • Move confidently with control and coordination and safely negotiate space.

  • Begin to learn simple team games and participate in School sports day.

  • Handle PE equipment with confidence and increasing levels of skill during team games.

  • Use tools such as scissors, staplers and hole punches during design and making activities.

  • Use pencils effectively when drawing and writing.

  • Understand the importance of exercise and healthy eating.

  • Discuss potential dangers and understand how to keep oneself safe in different situations.


‘Going Places’

Plus continuous provision both inside and out.

  • Specific area: Mathematics.

  • Add and subject single digit numbers using different strategies such as number lines to count on and back.

  • Begin to apply different strategies to problem solving activities.

  • Continue to develop the language of time by talking about o’clock times. What’s the time Mr Gumpy activity.

  • Coin recognition and addition and subtracting using money.

  • Continue to develop concepts of position and direction.

  • Continue to develop understanding of halving and doubling and apply this in practical situations and problem solving activities.

  • Use mathematical language to describe characteristics.

  • Specific area: Literacy.

  • Continue to develop use of phonics and recall of tricky words when reading. Read with increasing fluency and expression.

  • Reply to a letter sent by Mr Gumpy using phonic knowledge to write words and form simple sentences.

  • Write a list of what you need to take on holiday to France

  • Produce correctly formed letters consistently.

  • Contribute to a class non-fiction book an two contrasting environments: India and the North pole.

  • Create imaginative stories about where a magic bubble.

  • Read and respond to Mr Gumpy stories and a range of books about transport and other related themes/topics.

  • Specific area: Expressive arts and design.

  • Enjoy joining in with musical activities and singing.

  • Learn new songs about ways of travelling.

  • Explore using musical instruments to accompany stories.

  • Continue to develop ability to produce recognisable representations of events, people and objects with increasing amount of detail.

  • Produce artwork using warm and cold colours that have been mixed.

  • Use a range of different materials and techniques to produce models of vehicles.

  • Make Mr Gumpy out of pipe cleaners and make a set of clothes for him to wear out of felt

  • Create a seaside role play area.

  • Specific area: Understanding the world.

  • Talk about different places and how to get there.

  • Look at non fiction books and find out more about different countries and ways to travel.

  • Take part in International week and learn about life in France.

  • Visit Weston-Super-Mare by coach.

  • Make simple observations and talk about why certain things occur e.g. floating and sinking.

  • Make a whole class non –fiction book about two contrasting places: India and the North Pole.

  • Develop ability to use a variety of simple programmes on the computer to support learning.

  • Programme Beebots to move in different directions.