Year 1 - Key Knowledge and Learning Outcomes
Year 1 Key Knowledge
- Our current monarch is Queen Elizabeth II. She has four children who are Charles, Ann, Andrew and Edward. Prince Charles has two sons, Prince William and Prince Harry,
- Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis and baby Archie are the queen’s great grandchildren They were born in my lifetime (except prince George)
- Guy Fawkes was born in 1570
- The Gunpowder plot was 1605 King James was the king
- Bonfire night is celebrated 5th November
- Hoylake lifeboat station was founded in 1803
- Sir William Hilary started the modern lifeboat service in 1804
- Birkenhead Park was built in 1847
- Our school was built in 1860
- New Brighton has been a popular seaside town on the River Mersey since the 1900s
Year 1 Learning Outcomes
Changes within living memory
- Me and my family tree, key national events (e.g. Royal births, weddings, prime ministers etc.)
- Sea side holidays have changed over time.
- Lifeboats have changed over time.
- Bidston Hill has a windmill and an observatory
Events beyond living memory
- The Gunpowder plot was in 1605
- We remember the gunpowder plot every year on bonfire night.
- Bonfire night is celebrated on 5th November.
- Hoylake lifeboat station is one of the oldest in the UK it was founded in 1803.
- New Brighton Lifeboat station was founded in 1863.
The lives of significant individuals
- Queen Elizabeth II is our queen
- Guy Fawkes was born in 1570.
- Guy Fawkes plotted to use explosives to destroy the Houses of Parliament and King James 1st. The plot was unsuccessful.
- Sir William Hilary started the modern lifeboat service in 1824.
Local History Study
- New Brighton has been a popular seaside town since the late 1900s.
- Seaside holidays became popular in Victorian times.
- New Brighton has seen many changes over time.