This term our topic is Jobs in our Community. We will be learning about the paid and unpaid work people do in our School and wider community. For two weeks we will be learning about the role of the Road Patrollers in our School and how to keep safe on and near the road.
Below are the learning outcomes for this topic. Most should achieve these outcomes but there are some children who will achieve below or above these standards.
Children can name 3 people in the community that can help keep them safe.
Police Officer, their teacher, their parents, older brother or sister…
Children are able to name 3 ways they can help the road patrollers do their job:
wait for patroller to say they can cross,
keep on the footpath behind the sign, walk when crossing the road…
Children can use imaging to add and subtract numbers to 10 and then to 20.
Children independently log on to IXL at home to practise their basic facts to 20. Children can complete 3, ten minute sessions per week.
Children can create a pictogram of ways we travel to school.
Children can write a four sentence description:
The road patroller wears a reflective jacket.
She keeps us safe. She is standing on the footpath. The road patroller is tall.
Children begin to use ‘and’ and ‘because’ to add more detail to their sentences:
The road patroller is wearing a jacket and holding the stop sign.
The road patroller wears a reflective jacket because it keeps her safe.
Children can read and write blends: cr, cl, ch.
cr – creep crossing
cl clean, climb
ch- church, children
Children can read and add word endings: ing and ed:
Children can design and create a person on a paper cup and use their person to ask for help crossing the road.
Children can create class road with blocks and other classroom construction equipment and role play crossing the road safely.
Children are able to role play crossing the road safely.
Children can name 3 ways to be safe in the car.
sitting on a car seat or booster seat, wearing a seat belt, using quiet talking voices…
Children can attempt a forward roll.
Children can walk forwards and backwards along a low beam.