How can we be charitable with our time and money? What does it feel like to be happy and content?
What makes us happy? What did happiness look like in the past, what does it look like now and what will it look like in the future? How can we make other people happy

Year_1 Spring 2 Curriculum Topics
Position and direction-Making 1/4 turns, 1/2 turns, using language such as behind, under, next, to and using compass directions (NSEW). Capacity-Looking at different containers, ml and L, using vocabulary such as full, empty, half, less, more, equal to, comparing the capacity of containers and solving capacity problems.
Division and multiplication-Recalling division and multiplication facts using mental and written methods and problem solving.
Linked to our topic 'What Makes Us Happy!'
The class text will be 'The Lonely Beast' by Chris Judge. This topic will be taught through several genres including: descriptive writing, poetry, letter writing, the re-telling of stories and information texts. As always we will be focusing on the orientation of our letters, accurate use of punctuation (. ?!) and the application of phonics.
What Makes Us Happy?
Science -Plants
Observing changes in plants over time, naming and identifying common plants and trees in the local area, recognising differences in deciduous and evergreen trees, collecting leaves and presenting the data in a table and a graph, thinking about what a plant needs to survive and being able to name plant parts and describe their purpose.
Being able to name UK countries and their capital cities.

Locating and naming the seven continents.

RE-Why was Jesus welcomed like a king or celebrity by the crowds on Palm Sunday?

PSHE-How to recognise and manage emotions within a range of relationships. How to respond to risks or negative relationships and ask for help. How to respect equality and diversity in relationships.
Computing and PE
Computing-Unit 1.3 Pictograms and internet research

Music-In the Groove

PE-Real PE-Unit 4 creative skills and Real PE-Unit 5 applying physical skills