What’s inside KS1?

Each unit consists of 4-6 lesson plans, all designed to cover National Curriculum objectives outdoors.

Year 1

Maths

Place Value to 10

Geometry

Addition to 10

Place Value to 20

Time

Subtraction (1-digit numbers)

Place Value to 50

Measurement – Length & Height

Multiplication and Division

English

Traditional Tales – Little Red Riding Hood

Traditional Tales – Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Phonics

Phase 2 Phonics

Phase 3 Phonics

Phase 4 Phonics

Phase 5 Phonics

Science

Plants

Seasonal Changes

Year 2

Maths

Identifying and Representing Numbers

Ordering and Comparing Numbers

Addition

Multiplication

Geometry

Division

English

Traditional Tales – Little Red Riding Hood

Traditional Tales – Goldilocks and the Three Bears

SPaG

Spelling Past Tense -ed Suffix

Spelling Compound Words

Punctuation Contractions

Spelling Homophones

Spelling -ing suffix

Science

Living things and their habitats

Materials

Key Stage One Foundation Subjects

PSHE

Outdoor Circle Time Activity Ideas

Friendships

Emotions

Geography

Mapping

History

The Great Fire of London

Music

Pulse & Rhythm

New units of planning are added regularly!

To include some outdoor activities in distance learning, you will also gain access to all of our home learning guides . . .

  • Less than & more than
  • Counting in 2’s, 5’s & 10’s
  • Target Practise
  • Weight
  • Time
  • Fractions
  • Capacity
  • Number lines
  • Addition & subtraction
  • Spotting Patterns
  • Plants & wildlife
  • Outdoor writing ideas
  • Journey sticks
  • STEM & traditional tales
  • Contractions
  • Leaf puppets
  • Homophones
  • Time adverbials
  • Food chains
  • Frozen nature
  • Scientific vocabulary
  • Creating and interpreting maps
  • Meditation & mindfulness

Guides to support your outdoor teaching practice:

Most of our lesson plans suggest the use of natural loose parts.

This guide offers our recommendations, details of where to collect them & how to store them for longevity!

Evidencing outdoor learning doesn’t need to feel like another task on your to-do-list!

This guide shares our top tips on how to quickly and easily evidence progress within your outdoor lessons!

Inspiration for taking your Science Week outdoors!

Activity ideas covering Weather, Space, Transport and Colours. As well as a whole school project using different enquiry types.


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