To write different kinds of sentence: statement, question, exclamation and command.
To use expanded noun phrases to add description and specification e.g. the blue butterfly.
To write using the correct and consistent use of present tense and past tense.
To write using correct and consistent use of a wider range of punctuation: capital letters, full stops, question marks, exclamation marks and commas in a list.
To be able to use an apostrophe for omission (wasn’t)
To write under headings.
To write using a joined, correctly formed handwriting style.
To read a range of texts with fluency and expression.
To discuss and express views about fiction, non-fiction and poetry.
To continue to build up a repertoire of poems learnt by heart.
To re-tell familiar stories.
To ask and answer simple questions, and begin to make inferences and predictions.
To comment on the structure of the text.
To use commas, question marks and exclamation marks to vary expression within their reading.
To recognise inverted commas (speech marks) and contractions (can’t, don’t)
To identify past and present tense.
To use content and index to locate information.
To be secure in Phase 6 phonics.
To read common exception words for the end of KS1.
To talk about experiences giving detail and using descriptive language.
To think of a range of questions to ask a visitor.
To recognise the need to take equal turns in a group situation and to not interrupt others.
To listen to and build upon what the previous speaker has said.
To spell common exception words for the end of KS1 accurately when used in their writing.
To compare and order numbers to 100 using the appropriate signs, greater than, less than and equal to
To say which number is one more and one less from any number to 100.
To read and write all numbers to 100 in digits and words.
To derive and use related facts to 100.
To count in multiples of 2, 3, 5 and 10 from any number to 100.
To recall and use multiplication and division facts for 2,5, 10 tables and to solve multiplication and division equations.
To recognise place value of any 2-digit number
To add and subtract
To recognise and use inverse and write fact families.
To recognise and find one third, one quarter, two quarters, three quarters
To recognise equivalence of simple fractions
To use symbols for pound and pence and to add and subtract amounts of money.
To know and use standard measures e.g. cm, grams
To tell the time to five minutes including quarter to and past.
To describe properties of 2D and 3D shapes including lines of symmetry.