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					                                                                    YEAR 1 - MATHS

Number                                                   Number continued                                     Fractions and Patterns
 Count, recognise, write and order numbers to 10.        Mental calculations using larger numbers.           Finding half & quarter of a whole
 Addition of 2 digits to ten (horizontal and vertical    Write number words.                                 Using ¼ and ½
  form).                                                  Odd and even numbers.                               Recognise and continue patterns
 Subtraction of 2 digits to ten (horizontal and          Doubles and near doubles.                           Odds and evens
  vertical form).                                         Recognise pattern
 Number facts to 10, estimation to 10, missing           Place value, ordering numbers, estimation  100.   Data Handling
  numbers to ten                                          One more / one less  100.                          Sorting into sets
 Counting on/back using a number line.                   Introduce < and >.                                  Bar charts and pictograms
 Recognise smaller than/greater than using               Counting in 2's, 10's.                              Probability
  numbers.                                                Adding and subtracting 10.                          Making predictions
 Addition and subtraction of 3 digits.                   Number patterns.                                    Reading tables
 Mixed addition and subtraction of 3 digits.             Addition and subtraction families.                  Making tables
 Mental calculation  10, inverse operations  10.                                                            Transferring information from tables to graphs
 Position of numbers in 100 square                      Shape and space
 Understand zero                                         Sorting, properties and naming 2D and 3D shapes    Time
 Problem solving  10.                                   Making polygons                                     Seasons, months and days
 Revisit missing numbers and number facts  10.          Bilateral, line and reflective symmetry             Yesterday, today, tomorrow
 Ordinal numbers.                                                                                             O’clock, half past
 Two way addition and subtraction                       Measures                                              Midday and midnight
 Difference.                                             Arbitrary units to measure                          Minutes and hours
 Introduce, count, recognise, write and order            Longer/shorter                                      Duration
  numbers  20.                                           Measure capacities
 Place value (tens and units)                            Understand full and empty
 Smaller than / greater than  20.                       Weighing objects in non standard units
 Introduce, recognise and write number  100.            Heavier and lighter
 Count in tens  100.                                    Introduce cm, m, kg, l
 Addition and subtraction to 20 (horizontal and
  vertical form)                                         Money
 Inverse operations, mental calculations  20.           Recognising Swiss and British coins
 Number names                                            Making amounts to 10p and 20p
                                                          Add and subtract to 20p
                                                          Give change, simple problems
                                                                         YEAR 2 - MATHS

Number                                                   Number continued                                     Fractions
 Place value, writing numbers in words.                    Hundreds, Tens and Units.                           Finding half, quarters and thirds of a whole.
 Ordering numbers to 100.                                  Ordering number to 1000.                            Using ¼ and ½ and 1/3.
 Less than / greater than.                                 Problem solving using +, - and simple x.            Fractions of shape and numbers (whole, ½, ¼).
 Addition, estimation and subtraction  20. (vertical      Estimating
  and horizontal form).                                     Understanding the relationship between + and -   Data Handling
 Tens and units.                                           Recognise and continue patterns.                    Sorting into sets.
 Addition and subtraction families, vocabulary &           Odds and evens.                                     Bar charts and pictograms
  problem solving                                           Patterns and sequencing.                            Venn diagrams
 Number patterns, mental calculation                                                                            Probability.
 Counting in 2's, 3's, 5's and 10's.                    Shape and Space                                         Making predictions.
 Addition using codes.                                     Sorting & naming 2D & 3D shapes                     Reading tables.
 Introduction to multiplication and division               Making polygons.                                    Making tables.
 Missing numbers, Problem solving, Games                   Relate no. of sides and corners of shapes.          Transferring information from tables to graphs.
 Place value and ordering                                  Bilateral, line and reflective symmetry.
 Addition bonds & addition to 99.                          Right angles.                                    Money
 Addition 3 or 4 numbers.                                  Clockwise and Anticlockwise.                        Recognizing coins, both British and Swiss.
 Two digit + & - with regrouping.                          Recognise half and quarter turns                    Making amounts to £1 using coins.
 Multiplication.                                                                                                Add and subtract to £1, giving change.
 Sharing and introducing  sign.                        Measures                                                Solving problems with money.
 Families of numbers.                                      Measuring using non-standard units.
 More estimation.                                          Estimate and measure length in centimetres, to   Time
 Subtraction                                                nearest ½ metre                                     Seasons, months and days of the week.
 Mental calculation strategies                             Longer / shorter..                                  Yesterday, today, tomorrow.
 Repeated addition                                         Measure capacities in litres, ½ litres & ml         Using "o" clock.
 Multiplication using 2, 3, 4 and 5 as factor.             Weighing objects in non-standard units and kg.      Analogue and digital
 Multiplication patterns – money, time, no. squares.       Lighter/heavier.                                    ½ past, ¼ to and ¼ past.
 Commutative property of multiplication (4 x 1 = 1 x       Estimate and weigh objects to nearest 100g.         Minutes, hours and seconds.
  4).                                                                                                            Duration.
                                                                      YEAR 3 - MATHS

Number                                                   Shape and Space                                         Fractions
 Place Value HTU, Place Value Th. H. T. U                Revising names of shapes/listing properties,           Fractions of shapes ½ , ¼, etc
 2 digit addition with carrying, problems                  sorting (2D and 3D)                                   Fractions of sets and numbers
 TU/HTU addition                                         Regular and irregular shapes                           Equivalence of fractions
 Subtraction to 100/1000, with/out decomposition         Symmetry-Line
 Subtraction patterns                                    Own symmetrical patterns                              Data Handling
 Estimation                                              Perimeter of shapes                                       Introduction to block graphs, picture graph and
 Mental addition and subtraction to 20                   Area                                                        tally charts, Carroll diagrams
 Addition and subtraction problems.                      Right angles and turning, ¼ and ½ turns, acute,           Interpreting tables
 Multiplication tables                                     obtuse                                                   Finding positions on a grid
 Number patterns                                         Clockwise, anticlockwise – moving through right
 Multiples and factors                                     angles                                               Time
 Function machines                                       Directions – compass                                   ¼ past / to ½ past, o'clock, ¼ to
 Problem solving                                         Coordinates and routes                                 Time to 5 minutes intervals
 Probability                                                                                                     Earlier and later
 Using all four operations in brackets                  Measures                                                 Days, weeks, months
 Multiplication as repeated addition                     Comparison of length, height                           Using digital and analogue time
 Factors, multiples of 10, 5, 4, 3                       Measuring distance in centimetres; in millimetres,
 Vertical U/ TU multiplication with carrying, problem     to the nearest centimetre                             Money
  solving                                                 The metre and kilometres                               Addition and subtraction
 Equal shares, equal groups                              Measuring parts of the body using hand spans etc       Recognition of £ and Sfr
 Introduction of signs of division                       Choosing appropriate measures                          Problems
 Linking division and multiplication                     Filling containers: non-standard units                 Decimal point
 Division of TU/HTU by U                                 Litre and millilitres, comparison of capacities
 Rounding to the nearest 10, 100                         Vocabulary – more than / less than / heavier than /
 Reading scales, temperature and weighing                 lighter than / mass etc.
 Negative numbers and temperature                        Grams and kilograms, practical work
 Magic squares, patterns, probability                    Weighing accurately
 Roman numbers                                           Estimation and comparison
                                                                        YEAR 4 - MATHS

Number                                               Number continued                                          Shape and Space
 Revision of HTU – figures and words                 Multiplying and dividing whole numbers up to 1000        Vocabulary,’
 Place value                                          by 10 and understanding the effect                       Properties of 2D & 3D shapes
 Addition, rapid recall of +, - facts                Addition & subtraction of TU, HTU, and THTU,             Simple nets of 3D shapes
 Mental calculation strategies to add & subtract      with and without regrouping                              Tessellation
  TU/HTU                                              Estimation of totals & differences, rounding numbers     Classification using set criteria
 Use of vocabulary related to +, -, to x,            to nearest 10, 100                                       Reflective symmetry and translation
 Consolidate understanding of relationship           Strategies for doubling and halving                      Right angles, clockwise/anti-clockwise turns
  between + and –, and x                                                                                       Naming and measuring acute and obtuse angles in
 Multiplication facts for all times tables 0-10     Fractions and Decimals                                       degrees
 Division facts corresponding to all times tables    Fractions of shapes and numbers                          Directions – 8 point compass
 Doubling and halving                                Equivalence & ordering of fractions                      Measuring and calculating perimeters & areas of
 Odd, even, sequences                                Understand decimal notation and place value for            simple shapes
 Rounding to 10, 100                                   tenths and hundredths                                   Using a ruler accurately to measure in mm, cm
 Use and understanding terms ‘multiple’ ‘factor’     Convert £ to p and m to cms and vice versa               Understand and use formula – length x width
  ‘product’, ‘remainder’                              Recognise equivalent decimals and fractions
 Multiplying/dividing TU and HTU by a single                                                                  Measures
  digit with and without regrouping                  Data Handling                                              Vocabulary associated with length
 Use of brackets with all four number operations     Tallies and frequency charts, pictograms, bar charts,    Estimating and measuring lengths
 Number problems and worded problems                   Carroll diagrams                                        Measuring accurately and to the nearest cm, mm
  operations                                          Reading information from charts                          Converting from mm, to cm, cm to m, m to km and
 Finding positions on a grid                         Using different scales on axis                            vice versa
 How to read/use co-ordinates                                                                                  Looking at/feeling & using weights up to 1kg
 Recognising coins and notes up to £20.00           Time                                                       Converting from g to kg, kg to g
                                                      Reading times on digital and analogue clocks             Calculations using litres
 Calculations involving money (inc. Swiss)
                                                      Values and vocabulary                                    Converting from ml to L, L to ml
 THTU, figures and words of numbers up to
  10,000                                              Reading times to 1 minute intervals                      Using cm3, (height x length x width)
 Adding and subtracting 1, 10, 100, 1000 to any      24hr clock, am & pm, timetable problems
  whole number                                        Days, weeks, months and read calendars
                                                                        YEAR 5 - MATHS

Number                                                Shape and Space                                        Probability
 Place value, ordering and rounding                   Nets of more complex shapes                           Probability of events
 Revision of addition                                 Revision of 2D and 3D shapes                          Vocabulary
 Revision of subtraction                              Parallel and perpendicular lines                      Fairness
 Doubling and halving                                 Coordinates
 Partitioning and grid method of multiplication       Perimeter of more complex shapes                     Data Handling
 Number sequences                                     Area in cm2                                           Bar charts and labelling axes
 Square numbers                                       Angles – recognising, estimating and measuring        Representing data in different forms
 Comparing and ordering positive and negative         Obtuse and acute angles                               Representing and interpreting information on graphs
  numbers                                              Reflections of shapes across mirror line
 Using brackets for multiplication                    Axes of symmetry                                     Time
 Written methods for division                         Reflection in two mirror lines and translation        12 hour and 24 hour clock
 Connecting pounds to foreign currency                Polygons and polyhedrons                              a.m and p.m
 Using a calculator                                                                                          24 hour clock in timetables
 Multiples and factors                               Measures                                                Telling time to the nearest minute
 Long division                                        Metric units of length – mm, cm, m, km
 Long multiplication                                  Measuring using appropriate equipment                Fractions, % and decimals
 Estimating and rounding to the nearest 10,000 and    Accuracy – to the nearest mm                          Equivalence between fractions and decimals
  1,000                                                Understanding scale                                   Comparing decimals
 Division with remainders                             Using equipment to measure capacity                   Recognising equivalent percentages, fractions and
 Times tables recall at speed                         Units of capacity – ml, l                               decimals
 Mental maths – calculations of +, -, ×               Problems involving capacity                           Expressing proportions as percentages
                                                       Units of mass – g, kg                                 Ordering fractions and decimals and rounding
                                                       Problem solving with weight                             decimals
                                                       Standard and non standard units                       Equivalence of fractions expressed as hundredths and
                                                                                                                decimals
                                                      Money                                                   Finding fractions of whole numbers and quantities
                                                                 Problem solving with the four operations    Equivalence between fractions, proportions and
                                                                 Four number operations using money            percentages
                                                                 Step procedure to work out problems        Simple percentages of quantities
                                                                     YEAR 6 - MATHS

Number                                              Decimals, Fractions and %                           Money
 Place value HTU, ThHTU, with the four              Using decimals in 4 no. operations                 Money recognition
  operations                                         Worded problems                                    Currency exchange
 Addition with regrouping                           Working with Money                                 Money problems
 Mental Maths with the four operations              Place value, ordering
 Worded Problems with the four operations           Multiplication & Division                         Shape and space
 Decomposition                                      Equivalent fractions, fractions of numbers         Revise 2D and 3D shapes and properties
 Mentally doubling, halving                         Adding, subtracting fractions (same & different    Angles, nets, Bearings
 Negative numbers                                     denominators)                                     Congruent shapes, Symmetry
 Short & long multiplication                        Mixed numbers (+ and -)                            Parallel and perpendicular
 Times tables                                       Improper fractions (+ and -)
 Mental multiplication by T,H & Th & tactics for    Reducing to lowest terms                          Measures
  long multiplication                                Worded problems                                    Measure using mm, cm,m
 Factors, products, multiples                       Relation between fractions & decimals              Perimeter and area
 Worded problems, Indices                           Recognition & understanding of %                   Measuring height using a clinometer
 Square and cube numbers                            Fractions changed to %                             Converting between measures
 Square roots                                       % of numbers                                       Scale, Ratio
 Short, and long division with remainder &          % discounts                                        Measure and estimate ml, l-converting between
  decimals                                                                                                decimal notation and 4 number rules
 Worded problems using calculators                 Time                                                 Worded problems
 Patterns, sequences, missing numbers (4 rules)     Revision of time and 24 hour clock                 Displacement
 Coordinates in 4 quadrants                         Timetables and worded problems                     Practical and estimating weight
 + and – of negative numbers                        Time zones                                         Decimal notation, conversion between g, kg etc
 4 number operations and brackets                                                                       Worded problems involving weight
 Simple equations                                  Probability
                                                     Fair games                                        Data Handling
                                                     Possible outcomes                                  Pie charts
                                                     Probability line                                   Tally
                                                     Using fractions to describe outcome                Averages- mean, median, mode
                                                                                                         Range
                                                                                                         Decision trees
                                                                                                         Conversion charts, Line graphs, Bar charts

				
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