1. Continue to beinterested, excited and motivated to learn.
2. Be confident to trynew activities, initiate ideas and speak in a familiargroup.
3. Maintain attention,concentrate, and sit quietly when appropriate.
4. Have a developing awareness of their own needs, views and feelingsand be sensitive to the needs, views and feelings ofothers.
5. Form goodrelationships with adults and peers.
6. Works as part of agroup or class, taking turns and sharing fairly, understanding thatthere needs to be agreed values and codes of behaviour for groupsof people, including adults and children, to work togetherharmoniously.
7. Select and useactivities and resources independently.
K + U
1. Investigate objects and materials by using all of their senses asappropriate,
2. Find out about, and identify, some features of living things,objects and events they observe.
3. Askquestions about why things happen and how things work.
4. Buildand construct with a wide range of objects, selecting appropriateresources, and adapting their work where necessary
5. Findout about and identify the uses of everyday technology and usecommunication technology and programmable toys to support theirlearning.
6. Findout about their environment, and talk about those features theylike and dislike.
1. Recognisethe changes that happen to their bodies when they areactive
2. Handletools, objects, construction and malleable materials safety andwith increasing control
3. Usea range of small and large equipment.
1. Respond in a varietyof ways to what they see, hear, smell, touch and feel.
2. Use their imaginationin art and design, music, dance, imaginative and role-play andstories.
3. Explore colour,texture, shape, form and space in two or threedimensions.
4. Recognise and explorehow sounds can be changed, sing simple songs from memory, recogniserepeated sounds and sound patterns and match movements tomusic.
5. Express andcommunicate their ideas, thoughts and feelings by using a wideningrange of materials, suitable tools, imaginative and role-play,movement, designing and making, and a variety of songs and musicalinstruments.
Art NC ref
1. Recordfrom first-hand observation, experience and imagination, andexplore ideas
2. Ask andanswer questions about the starting points for their work, anddevelop their ideas
3. Investigatethe possibilities of a range of materials and processes
4. Try outtools and techniques and apply these to materials and processes,including drawing
5. Reviewwhat they and others have done and say what they think and feelabout it
- Exploringa range of starting points for practical work using a range ofmaterials and processes
1. That animals,including humans, move, feed, grow, use their senses andreproduce
2. To recognise andcompare the main external parts of the bodies of humans and otheranimals
3. About the senses thatenable humans and other animals to be aware of the world aroundthem.
4. Ask questions [for example,'How?', 'Why?', 'What will happen if ... ?'] and decidehow they might find answers to them
5. Use firsthandexperience and simple information sources to answerquestion
6. Explore, using thesenses of sight, hearing, smell, touch and taste as appropriate,and make and record observations and measurements
1. Askgeographical questions express their own views about people, placesand environments
2. Usegeographical vocabulary
3. Use secondary sources ofinformation
4. Identifyand describe what places are like
1. Gather information from avariety of sources [for example, people, books, databases, CD-ROMs,videos and TV]
2. Enterand store information in a variety of forms review what they havedone to help them develop their ideas