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Key Stage 2

By the end of key stage 2, the children will be able to use mathematical understanding and language to answer a vast array of questions from across the subject. We will promote and independence when choosing their preferred chosen method to calculate solutions to written and mental maths questions. They will be able to talk about and discuss ideas to enable deeper and wider thinking in problem solving, decision making and real-life context situations. They will also develop confidence in their ability to work both as part of a group and independently.

YEAR FIVE YEAR SIX
AUTUMN TERM
Number (place value in whole numbers and decimals)
Written addition and subtraction (and addition of money)
Shape 2D and 3D Mental multiplication and division
Fractions
Written multiplication and Written Division Measures/Data handling
Mental and written methods for problem solving using the four operations (+,-, x and ÷)
AUTUMN TERM
Ordering numbers and place value
Measures: area and perimeter Shape: 2-D shapes, 3-D solids and angles
Mental multiplication and division
Written methods for multiplication and division
Fractions, percentages, ratio and proportion
Handling data: frequency tables, bar charts, pie charts and line graphs
Mental and written addition and subtraction
Using a calculator
Problem solving with reasoning and explaining
SPRING TERM
Place value and negative numbers
Written and mental addition and subtraction including money Addition of decimals Co-ordinates and line graphs
Mental multiplication and division; written multiplication and division
Fractions (multiplying fractions), decimals and word problems
Perimeter, area and volume
Mental and written methods for problem solving using the four operations (+,-, x and ÷)
SPRING TERM Place
Value and ordering numbers Measures Handling data – Mode, range, median & mean
Mental and written methods for the four operations (+,-, x and ÷)Fractions, decimals, percentages, ratio and proportion
Shape: Co-ordinates, translation, rotation and transformation of shapes on grids
Handling data: Probability
Time: 24-hour clock, calculating time intervals
Using a calculator
Problem solving with reasoning and explaining
SUMMER TERM
Number and place value
Multiplication and division
Percentages Angles and polygons
Fractions
Measures, data and time Place value and the four operations(+,-, x and ÷)
Multiplication of fractions
SUMMER TERM
Revision:Place value, ordering and comparing numbers Multiples and factors
Reading and using scales and comparing times
The four operations(+,-, x and ÷)
Shape
Data-handling
Reasoning and explaining
Place value, squares and factors
Real-life problem solving
KS3 Transition material

Key Stage 3

In Key stage 3, we build on these embedded skills and continue to teach maths following the QCA guidelines. Functional maths activities help children to see the relevance of maths in the real world and are used regularly within topics so that children will know how they can apply the skills they are learning outside the classroom. Homework is set in maths to practise skills and to further develop learning. We appreciate parental support and encourage parents and family members to practice telling the time, multiplication tables and division facts.

YEAR SEVEN
YEAR EIGHT
AUTUMN TERM
Place value, integers and calculations
Statistics – reading, understanding and comparing averages
Algebra – Expressions, equations and formulae
Geometry and Measures – Measures, area, perimeter and surface area
Number – the 4 operation
Geometry – angles and construction
Algebra – Sequences and nth term
Fractions, decimals and percentages
AUTUMN TERM
Number – Place value and calculations
Statistics – Averages and Measures of Spread. Comparing averages
Algebra Expressions and Formulae
Geometry and Measures – angles, properties of shape and construction
Number – Fractions, decimals and percentages
Geometry and Measures 2 – Measures and Mensuration
Algebra – Sequences and Nth term
SPRING TERM
Number – order of operations and rounding
Statistics – Organising, representing and interpreting data
Algebra – Functions
Geometry and Measures – Nets and construction
Number – Fractions, decimals and percentages
Algebra – Equations

SPRING TERM
Number – The properties of number and BODMAS
Statistics 2 – Representing Data (linear)
Algebra – Functions and graphs
Geometry and Measures – Construction and transformations
Number – Standard form
Algebra – Equations
SUMMER TERM
Number – Factors, primes and multiples
Geometry and Measures – Transformations
Statistics – Probability
Algebra – Functions and graphs
Geometry and Measures – Shapes, nets and scale drawings

SUMMER TERM
Number – Decimals, measures fractions and percentages
Number – Ratio and proportion
Geometry and Measures 4 – Geometrical reasoning
Statistics – Probability, scatter graphs, pie charts and correlation
Algebra – Algebraic manipulation

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