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Key Stage One

Our Key Stage One Curriculum Map shows what the children in Year one and Year Two will learn.  The subjects included are Science, History, Geography, Religious Education and Computing.
Our Topics (2019 - 2020)
Term Year One Year Two
Autumn 1 Our World Our World
Autumn 2 Ice Cold! Fire! Fire!
Spring 1

Turrets and Tiaras

Queen Elizabeth the I and II

Turrets and Tiaras

The Victorians

Spring 2 Paddington Bear Paddington Bear
Summer 1 Down in the Garden Down in the Garden
Summer 2 To Infinity and Beyond Forest Schools


Key Stage One Science Curriculum

Key Stage One English Curriculum

In Key Stage One, high quality maths lessons are planned using the Herts ‘ESSENTIALmaths materials’. This supports the teaching of mastery maths with an emphasis on the CPA (Concrete, Pictorial, Abstract) approach to learning. Across the school, children are encouraged to work practically, using manipulatives to build as secure foundation for future mathematics learning.


" Herts for Learning subject experts have designed an easy to pick up and use set of sequences with step by step guidance covering the entire mathematics curriculum from Year 1 to Year 6.  Designed to support teachers, the planning includes examples of how concrete and pictorial representations can benefit pupils’ learning as well as other mastery techniques. The new ESSENTIALmaths planning tool has a wealth of ideas to deepen and extend mathematical thinking for all learners.



The ESSENTIALmaths sequences have been design to benefit schools, teachers and pupils delivering carefully planned progression that ensures consistency. The inbuilt examples of what children should be able to achieve through destination questions allows teachers to keep assessing and informing the children’s learning against age-related expectations. In addition, the fun and easily adaptable games, activities and resources are built in, saving time for teachers enabling them to reinvest their valuable time and focus on the needs of their pupils"