Communication and Language
- To continue understanding what makes a good listener and speaker.
- To be able to speak in simple sentences mainly using correct tenses.
- To show an interest in what they have heard to make comments and ask questions.
- To use an appropriate grip when using small tools.
- To catch and throw objects of varying sizes and materials.
- To refine movements with confidence including skipping, hoping, and running.
- To confidently use climbing and balancing apparatus.
- To be able to represent and compare 1,2,3.
- To sort circles and triangles.
- To be able to identify shapes with four sides.
- To use positional language.
- To represent numbers up to 5 using one more and one less.
Expressive Arts and Design
- To talk about design choices that they have made.
- To explore, manipulate and combine different materials using tools safely.
- To recognise and experiment with mixing the three primary colours.
- To draw lines and shapes that represent objects and people.
- To sing familiar nursery rhymes and retell stories.
- To explore beat, rhythm and pattern using instruments and body parts.
Understanding the World
- To talk about and celebrate their home cultures and heritage.
- To talk about key past and present events.
- To explore and make observations on the natural world around them.
- To understand the importance of looking after living things.
- To complete a simple program on electronic devices.
Personal, Social and Emotional Development
- To listen to an adult and follow simple instructions.
- To show friendly behaviour to peers and adults in a range of ways including sharing and turn taking.
- To know and follow class and school rules.
- To talk about their own feelings.
- To explore activities and try new experiences.
- To form recognisable letters, some correctly formed.
- To be able to write words, labels, and captions using phonemic knowledge and forming some correct letters
Key targets – Autumn 2:
Literacy – To form recognisable letters, using some correct letters.
UTW – To be able to comment and make observations on the natural world around them.