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Programme of Study

with Suggested Activities

Mathematics Level A Programme of Study A1

Core Skills: Numeracy Literacy ICT Problem Solving Learning and Thinking Skills Working with others

Outcomes: Assessment /

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners will

What will the learners achieve? have:

Strand The child will be able to:

IH Organise by Language of maths In context of “Teddy Bears Plastic bears Sorted and

Organising • counting e.g. sort and count Picnic” children will sort, Shapes matched bears

• sorting into specific sets (shape, match and count plastic appropriately

colour, texture) Numbers to 10 bears of different size and according to

• drawing simple diagrams colour. Also match shapes given criteria.

e.g. round, square picnic

PS Use the Strategy: Reason Logically tables.

NMM

Range and Count, order, read and write numbers Songs and rhymes Count out specified numbers Plastic bears Counted

Type of 1-5 Give number before of bears. Follow instructions Number cards out/recorded

Numbers and after to order bears by colour. correct

Numbers to 1 to 10 Record findings pictorially number. Put

and numerically. Order numbers in

number cards. order on

washing line.

Time Language of time Daily, record day, date etc. Display calendar Named and

Days of the Week

Songs and rhymes Identify day before, day after, ordered the

yesterday, tomorrow. days of the

week.

Counted

Range and Songs and rhymes Extend counting activities out/recorded

Type of Count, order, read and write numbers

6-10 from numbers 1-5. correct

Numbers Numbers to 1 to 10 number. Put

numbers in

order on

washing line.

Money Language of money Sort coins by size, colour Coins Counted out

Recognise and use coins 1p,

2p,5p,10p Recognise and value. Use coins to buy Till correct

20p,50p,£1, £2 and sell items in class Shop/cafe amounts in

Shop/café etc. shop/café context. pennies.

SPM

Range of Language of shape Make a house and furniture 3d shapes Identified and

shapes Collect, discuss, make and use 3D

shape cube, cone, sphere, cylinder Building blocks for the bears from a variety junk named 3D

Junk model of 3D shapes. shapes.

Mathematics Level A Programme of Study A2

Core Skills: Numeracy Literacy ICT Problem Solving Learning and Thinking Skills Working with others

Assessment /

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners will

What will the learners achieve? have:

Strand The child will be able to:

NMM Copy, continue and describe simple Language of shape Make scarves and necklaces Laces, beads Produced

Patterns and patterns and sequences of objects, Make patterns using for the bears following a Paper strips, correct

Sequences shape or colour 3D shape and given pattern of colour or shape pattern.

colour shape. templates,

coloured pens

NMM Measure in non-standard units e.g. Language of length Measure classroom objects Tables, chairs Measured and

Measure and hand spans including ordering eg tables, chairs etc and etc made a table

Estimate Order and compare pairs of objects and comparing compare lengths using Large sheets of cover to fit

longer, shorter. paper, coloured specific table.

pens

NMM Add to 5, record, use symbols of + Add 1 and 2 within Use a selection of concrete Counters etc, Completed/

Add and and = 10 materials for counting and card, pens, +/= recorded

Subtract Add facts to 5 Number stories to 5 adding. Insert symbols + symbol cards additions to 5

Count up to 20 and=. Record addition using accurately.

Count back from 10 standard conventions.

NMM Recognise 1p,2p,5p,10p,20p Increase prices by Use shop/café to buy and Shop/café , Calculated

Money Add using 1p, 2p,5p,10p 1p and 2p pay for more than one item. price tickets totals and

Add to 10p Increase price of items by counted out

1p/2p (up to 5p). correct money.

IH

Organising Tally, count, and sort objects into Sorting, matching Carry out a stock-take in the

specific sets. and relationships shop. Sort and count goods.

Display Draw simple diagrams and display Counting to 20 Record findings pictorially eg Shop/cafe Represented

using pictures draw 3 cans of cola. goods items using

one to one

Interpret Locate and count info from displays Language e.g. more From the display of data correspondence.

than/less than gathered, locate specific Paper and pens Extracted

information to answer correct

Use the Strategy : Try a simpler questions eg using information to

PS case more/less. answer

questions .

Mathematics Level A Programme of Study A3

Core Skills: Numeracy Literacy ICT Problem Solving Learning and Thinking Skills Working with others

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

NMM Tell the time using o’clock - analogue Using o’clock Position numbers on a clock. Model clocks Identified

Time and digital Count from 1-12-1. Use hour/minute

model clocks to show time hands and

(o’clock) Discuss and record positioned

digital times. correctly.

Add and Add to 10, facts to 10 Doubles and near Use selection of concrete Counters etc Completed/

Subtract doubles materials for counting and recorded

Number stories to adding. Record additions to additions to

10 10 using standard 10

Counting back from conventions. accurately.

20

Estimate within 10

and count to check

PS Use the Strategy: Work backwards

Money Recognise 1p, 2p, 5p,10p,20p,50p,£1 Increase prices by Within context of toyshop, Coins, price tags, Named coins

and £2 £1 and £2 buy and sell goods using toys Calculated

Use 1p, 2p,5p,10p, £1 and £2 coins to Add to £10 previous coins and £1 and totals and

add within 10 £2 coins. Sort and match counted out

SPM coins and price tags. correct coins

Position and Discuss position and movement Language of Display toys in shop Followed

Movement position following positional Toys , shelves and given

instructions. instructions

PS Use the Strategy: Act out the to reorganise

Situation display.

NMM Measure in convenient non-standard Language of weight Weigh toys and sort by Balances, toys, Identified

Measure and units including ordering weight. Compare weights bricks, pegs etc heavier/lighter

Estimate Order and compare pairs of objects and comparison using heavier and lighter. toy and toy

that weighs

Language of e.g. 6 pegs.

Add and Subtraction to 10 and facts to 5, subtraction Within relevant context, Counters etc, Completed

Subtract record and use symbol of – and = Subtract using 1,2 use a selection of concrete card, pens, -and = and

and 0 materials for counting and symbol cards recorded

Word problems subtracting. Insert symbols – subtractions

Link + and – facts and =. Record subtraction accurately.

(commutative law) using standard conventions.

Mathematics Level A Programme of Study A4

Core Skills: Numeracy Literacy ICT Problem Solving Learning and Thinking Skills Working with others

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

NMM Subtract to 10 and facts to 10 Extend language of Through repeated practice Demonstrated

Add and subtraction and practical activities, learn ability to

Subtract Subtract using 1,2 subtraction facts to 10. count on and

and 0 back.

Subtract within 10p and £10 Word problems Extend activities to include Coins, till, goods Provided

Money Link + and – facts calculating change in context correct

(commutative law) of shop/café. change in

7- =3 role play

situations.

Collect, discuss, make and use 2D Language of 2D Decorate Christmas cards Card, templates, Identified

SPM

shape circle, squares, triangles and shape using 2D shapes. sticky shapes, 2D shapes

Range of

rectangles Introduce symmetry paint, pens used in

shapes

picture on

Count on in 1’s to card.

NMM

Work with patterns and sequences 20 and beyond Make paper chains following Strips of coloured Sequenced

Patterns and

Starting from any a given pattern. paper, glue colours to

Sequences

number make paper

Use the Strategy: Look for a Count on in twos chains.

PS

pattern

IH

Collect Obtain and collect information Count to 100 Collect information on most Paper, pens

popular Christmas gift from a

Organise Tally, count and organise into sets given list of items.

Draw a picture of their Counted

Display using real objects, pictures chosen item and display. items in

Display and simple diagrams each

Identify most/least popular category and

Interpret from displays by locating and gift. Differences between e.g. identified

Interpret counting how many more..than… favourite.

NMM Measure volume in convenient non- Language of Count how many cups can Variety of bottles, Identified

Measure and standard units volume be poured from different cups. containers

Estimate Order and compare pairs of objects bottles. Compare volumes with

larger/smaller

using… holds more or less.

capacity.

Mathematics Level A Programme of Study A5

Core Skills: Numeracy Literacy ICT Problem Solving Learning and Thinking Skills Working with others

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

NMM Use 10p and 20p coins Add and subtract Use Christmas Post Office to Post office, coins, Laid out

Money Count and lay out coins to 49p using within 20p buy stamps for cards/parcels till, parcels, cards, correct

1p, 2p, 5p, 10p and 20p coins Adding on 10s paying with selection of stamps (stickers) selection of

Counting in 5s correct coins up to 49p. coins.

Measure and estimate in convenient Language of length Measure parcels and cards Cubes, straws, Posted cards

Measure and non-standard units using cubes, straws, pegs pegs, parcels, /parcels in

Estimate Compare two objects etc and sort to fit in cards, letterbox correct

letterboxes. cut-outs letterbox.

SPM Collect, discuss, make and use 3D Use everyday and Make simple Christmas 3D shapes, junk, Named 3D

Range of shapes mathematical decorations using 3D glitter, glue, pens shapes and

shapes Classify shapes by simple properties names for shapes shapes. Sort decorations by etc identified

cube, cuboid, cylinders and spheres Classification properties. properties.

Use everyday and mathematical language eg rolls

names slides, flat, curved

and Improve a solution

NMM

Patterns and Shown

sequences Work with patterns and sequences Even and odd Pair socks and gloves, Socks , gloves, understanding

numbers identify odds and evens. shoes etc that even

Rounding to the Choose partners for numbers are

nearest 10 dancing…is there an odd or those with a

Estimating from even number of children? partner.

position on number

line

picture/diagram or make a model

Mathematics Level A Programme of Study A6

Core Skills: Numeracy Literacy ICT Problem Solving Learning and Thinking Skills Working with others

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

NMM Work with halves and quarters in Practical halves and Make pizzas and divide into Pizza bases and Identified

Range and practical applications quarters halves and quarters. toppings halves/

type of Doubles and halves quarters as

numbers 2/4 equal

shares.

NMM Name and order the months of the Calendar language Name and order the months Months and Ordered and

Time year and seasons of the year. Group months of seasons flash named the

the year in seasons. cards months of

IH Obtain and collect information More/less than Find out their own birth the year and

Collect month/season. seasons.

Tally, count and sort objects into Appropriate Draw a seasonal self-portrait

Organise specific sets language and sort class set.

On prepared 2cm squared Graph out –line on Counted

Display/ Draw simple diagrams paper colour boxes to show 2cm squared number of

Interpret Colour and interpret a bar graph birth season information. paper birthdays in

each

PS Use the Strategy: Produce an season.

organised list or table

NMM

Measure in convenient non-standard Language of weight Measure bird seed, in cubes, Bird seed, cubes, Checked

Measure and accuracy by

Estimate units using a two pan balance into small bags. bags, balance

balancing 2

bags.

SPM Collect, discuss and use 2D shape Language of Discuss and identify the 2D shapes Identified 2D

Range of Identify simple properties of sides and position and properties of 2D shapes. shapes in

shapes corners movement Bring in 2D shapes from environment

home-sort by properties. Directed peer

Discuss position and movement of a Practical activities Locate and describe position Mascot to a hidden

classroom object of a mascot using directional object.

Position and

Movement language.

Completed

Introduce symmetry Language of Look at and discuss Paper, paint,

simple

Symmetry symmetry symmetrical patterns. Make pictures of symmetrical

ladybirds by painting half symmetrical picture.

NMM and folding paper in two. objects

Patterns and Copy, continue and describe patterns Use 2D shape templates to Drawn a

Sequences using 2D shapes continue and draw patterns Templates, rulers, repeating

to make wrapping paper. pens pattern.

Mathematics Level A Programme of Study A7

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

NMM

Measure in convenient non-standard Use the language of Use cups to measure Compost, cups, Put

Measure and units (sand and water) capacity compost into containers for containers, seeds containers in

Estimate Place pairs of objects in order planting seeds. Order order of size.

containers according to

capacity.

Measure and Measure in convenient non-standard Use the language of In groups, measure and Grassy area, Measured a

Estimate units (eg handprints) area mark an area for counting string and pegs given area

Place pairs of objects in order mini-beasts and plants. correctly eg

8 handprints.

Revision appropriate, prior to testing at

Level A

completed the programme for

Level A are now ready for the

Level A National Test

approximately December of

Primary Two or earlier.

Mathematics Level B Programme of Study B1

Core Skills: Numeracy Literacy ICT Problem Solving Learning and Thinking Skills Working with others

Assessment /

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources Evidence Home

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners will work

What will the learners achieve? have:

Strand The child will be able to:

NMM

Range and Work with whole numbers up to 100 Revise addition and Undertake practical activities Number cards, Displayed correct

Type of Count, order, read and write subtraction to 10 involving ordering, reading white boards or answers in

Number Sequence to 100 and writing numbers up to chalkboards activities.

Count in 2s and 10s 100.

10 more/less than

Compare and order

numbers

Patterns and Work with Patterns and Sequences Count in 2s, 3s, 4s In pairs or small groups Card, pens Identified

Sequences Even and odd numbers and whole and 5s. create an interactive 100 odd/even

number sequences to 100 square, using colour to show numbers and

sequences such as specified

PS Use the Strategy: Look for a even/odd, counting in 5s. sequences by

Pattern colour coding.

NMM

Round Round two digit whole numbers to the Numbers between, Practical activities using Counting stick Rounded 2-digit

Numbers nearest 10 estimate and round ‘counting stick’. numbers.

and the terms o’clock and half past applications/games Play matching game with Prepared cards Matched times

Find the time 1, 2 or cards showing clock faces with correct clock

3 hours before or and time in words. faces.

after a given time.

PS Use the Strategy: Work backwards

NMM Addition to 20- addition facts to 15 Strategies for Practical activities including Prepared ‘show Written accurate

Add and adding 10 to a ‘show me…’ me’ cards, number sentences

Subtract single number and Make up number sentences whiteboards, and word

‘bridging’ 10. using pre-written cards e.g. chalkboards problems.

Add a single digit number stories for 13,

number to a teen discuss children’s varied

number. responses.

Use doubles and Extend activity to solving and

near doubles. writing own word problems.

Mathematics Level B Programme of Study B2

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

NMM

Measure and Measure length in easily handled Language of Make a display model of a Large sheets of Chosen

Estimate standard units (metre, half metre, measure and Viking longship. Use rulers card, paper etc. appropriate

quarter metre and cm) conversion of m. to and meter sticks to measure paint, rulers and measuring

Place sets of objects in order cm. materials to ensure correct metre sticks device.

Read scales on rulers and metre proportions. Used meter

sticks Practical sticks and

Understand conservation of length applications rulers

when shape changes. correctly and

accurately.

Add and Know addition facts to 20 Strategies for Practical activities including Prepared ‘show Displayed

Subtract adding 3 numbers ‘show me…’ me’ cards correct

Add three single digit numbers In oral mental maths, discuss answers in

Extend doubles and how answers were achieved activities.

near doubles and share strategies with Recorded

others. method/

Number facts to 20 strategy

Use the Strategy: Guess, check used.

PS and improve

IH

Collect Conduct a class survey (ICT link) Language of IH In the context of ‘Our Bodies’ Displayed

the children will conduct a collected

survey e.g. on eye colour, data in two

hair colour, height etc. different way.

Organise Use a tally chart with individual ticks Counting Organise data on a tally Composed

(ICT link) backwards from chart. relevant

Display Use tables, charts, diagrams and bar numbers up to100 Display findings on different Computer questions

graph with graduated axes and with types of chart, including programme with and

discrete categories (ICT link) Counting back in using ICT programme. bar chart and extracted

10s simple data base information

Interpret To ask specific questions from Formulate questions based in response

displays including similarities and Counting back in 2s on charts for peers to to peers’

differences answer. questions.

Mathematics Level B Programme of Study B3

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

NMM

Add and Subtract to 20 – subtraction facts to Number facts within Practical activities including “Show me” cards Used

Subtract 15 15 “show me” cards. (including symbols appropriate

Strategies for Extend activities to allow white boards and mathematica

subtraction of: children to write and solve chalk boards. l terms in

a single digit own and peer word constructing

number from a problems. word

teens number problems.

without bridging

10

a teens number

from 20 eg 20-

17 (break down

to 20-10-7)

a teens number

from a teens

number eg 16-

12

Money Use coins up to £1 including Using 50p coin in In the context of a “Scotland” Cards, stamps,

exchange applications up to topic, produce postcards and variety of coins. Exchanged

99p eg shop stamps for peers to buy coins for

using “correct” coins. equivalent

Add and subtract amounts

within 20p within £.

situation

NMM

Add and Number facts within Make up number sentences

Subtract Subtract to 20 – subtraction facts to 20 and stories linking addition Shown an

20 Link addition and and subtraction e.g. 9+8=17, understandin

subtraction facts 17-8=9 etc. g of the link

between

addition and

subtraction.

Mathematics Level B Programme of Study B4

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

NMM

Multiply and Understand the concept of repeated Language of In the context of ‘Our Children Recorded

Divide addition multiplication Bodies’, children will use answers in a

Multiply using the 2 times table Multiply mentally repeated addition and variety of

Recognise and use x and = using the 2 times multiplication to calculate formats e.g.

Understand the commutative aspect table total number of legs, arms 2+2+2,2x3

of multiplication Count onwards in etc for up to 10 children.

2s,5s and 10s

Doubles and halves

Time Read digital clock - o’clock and half In the context of ‘Our Collection of Accurately

past Bodies’, children will produce digital and shown/read

Calculate durations finding the time 1, their daily programme analogue clocks times on

2 or 3 hours before or after Practical showing analogue and digital and clock faces programmes

applications and times, including simple Answered

games durations. questions on

Multiply and Understand the concept of equal durations.

Divide sharing and grouping Language of

Introduce the – sign division In the context of ‘Our Variety of small Shared

Divide mentally Bodies’, children will share fruits items

Doubles and halves equally healthy eating foods equally.

Count back in 2s,5s e.g. raisins, grapes etc.

and 10s

SPM

Range of Collect, discuss make and use 2D Practical Using shapes provided, Plastic 2-D Described

Shapes shape: circles, square, rectangle, applications and children will identify and sort shapes, labels shapes by

triangle and hexagon. language of shape shapes with the same given property for

Introduce pentagon and octagon properties e.g. 4 corners (link peers to

Able to identify simple properties with Venn and Carroll identify.

(sides, corners and angles) diagrams on B10). Identified a

Find shapes which will tile and Draw round shapes to Paper and shape which

continue tilings identify those which will tile. coloured pens will not tile.

Produce a tablecloth for a Produced a

PS Use the Strategy: Try a simpler healthy eating picnic using pattern

case pattern of tiling with chosen showing

shapes. tiling.

Mathematics Level B Programme of Study B5

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

NMM Work with numbers up to 1000 Count in 2s 3s 4s Practical counting activities Counting sticks Shown

Range and Count in 1s and 10s 5s and 10s using counting sticks. Using Viking time line. correct

type of Order, read and write numbers Extend use of odd the context of “Vikings” order answers in

Numbers Give number before, after and and even numbers dates of important events. activities.

between ten more than and ten Calculate 10 years after or Ordered

less than before. dates

Give number half way between correctly on

numbers (e.g. half way between time line.

70 and 50 = 60)

Produced a

PS Use the Strategy: Produce an Given a list of matches to be List of matches workable

organised list or table played in a tournament, timetable.

produce a timetable to

NMM Practical ensure all games last 15

Time Tell the time using quarter past and

quarter to using analogue and digital applications and minutes with 2x15 minute

games breaks.

Add scores/points from Score sheet Determined

Use and apply addition facts to 20 Add single digit to a tournament to determine final

Add and two digit number positions. positions by

Subtract Add numbers to totals within100

Add a single digit number to a two without and then calculating

digit number with ‘bridging’ Solve word problems within Word problems scores

eg 49 +7 the context of a tournament correctly.

Strategies for + e’g’ red team scored 6 goals Completed

Find the missing numbers or 9,19,11,21 etc altogether, 3 goals in 1st calculations

Functions and Add multiples of 10 game, how many in the 2nd. correctly.

Equations operators in statements/equations

to two digit numbers In context of Scotland topic,

eg 4+ = 9 or 4 5=9 eg 26+30 pay for postcards/stamps at Postcards, stamps Exchanged

Missing numbers increased prices using and coins coins for

equivalent prices using equivalent

Use the £1 coin including exchange equivalent amounts (see amounts

Money B3). including £1.

e.g. 50p = 5 x10p

Calculations

Round two digit whole numbers to the Rounding numbers Round 2 digit numbers when estimated to

Round estimating cost of 2 items in nearest 10p.

numbers nearest 10

Use when checking calculations above task.

Mathematics Level B Programme of Study B6

Core Skills: Numeracy Literacy ICT Problem Solving Learning and Thinking Skills Working with others

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

SPM Recognise symmetrical shapes by Language of In the context of The Vikings, Mirrors, pictures Successfully

Symmetry folding or using a mirror symmetry use mirrors to investigate of shapes completed

symmetrical shapes of symmetrical

Complete symmetrical patterns shields. shapes.

NMM Use o’clock, half past, quarter to and Practical Using a time line, place Time line Placed

Time quarter past in analogue and digital applications given months and events in months and

Place events in a time sequence order. events

including months of the year and Find the time 15 Use photographs or digital Digital camera correctly on

annual celebrations/festivals minutes or 30 footage, sequence events in time line.

Put a daily timetable in the correct minutes before or someone’s day into morning

order after a given digital activities, afternoon activities

or analogue time and evening activities.

Range and Work with numbers up to 1000 Use ‘counting stick’ to count Counting stick Ordered,

Type of Count in 10s and 100s in 10s and hundreds. read and

Number Order, read and write numbers Count on in 100s Undertake practical activities written

Give number before, after and and in 10s ‘bridging’ involving ordering, reading numbers

between hundreds starting and writing numbers up to correctly.

100 more than and 100 less than from any number 1000.

Give number half way between Use ‘counting stick’ to find Counting stick

(e.g. half way between 500 and the number half way

700 = 600) between.

Add and Subtract numbers within 100 Strategies for Practical activities including ‘show me’ cards Displayed

Subtract Subtract a single digit from a two digit subtracting 9, 19, 11 ‘show me…’ correct

( eg 39-7 or 54-7) and 21 etc. Use number patterns answers in

Subtract a multiple of 10 (eg 84-40) e.g. 9-7, 19-7, 29-7/66-10, activities.

Subtract two digit numbers from Subtract single digit 66-20. tens and units Exchanged

another two digit number ( eg from a two digit Practical activities 10s and

decomposition) without and then exchanging tens and units. units

with ‘bridging’ Subtract tens and units e.g. appropriately

32-17 = 32-10-7. Completed

Functions and Find the missing numbers or Missing numbers Use known number stories to calculations.

Equations operators in statements/equations complete and write number Created

eg 9- =5 or -4=5 sentences. accurate

number

PS Use the Strategy: Reason Logically sentences.

Mathematics Level B Programme of Study B7

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

NMM Measure weight in easily handled Language of weight Use the context ‘Healthy Kg and ½ Kg Correctly

Measure and standard units ( kilogram, half Eating’ to weigh fruit and weights, graded weighed and

Estimate kilogram) Practical vegetables using kg and ½ scales, prepared ordered

Place sets of objects in order applications kg. bags of fruit bags of fruit.

Use and read scales Weigh prepared bags of fruit

and place in correct weight

order. Make up bags to given

weights.

IH Use a simple database in which the Language of IH Use data base to record Computer Used

Organise teacher defines the headings or fields including databases fruits eaten by class. database to

record

(ICT link)

information.

Constructed a

Construct a bar graph with axes Count on and back Use the context ‘Healthy Paper, ruler, graph using

Display graduated in units and with discrete in 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, Eating’, construct labelled pencils, coloured both pencil

categories (ICT link) and 10s (Further bar graph showing favourite pencils etc. and paper and

tables preparation) fruits and display graph. Use ICT.

Ask specific questions from displays ICT to show same Composed

Interpret including similarities and differences information. appropriate

questions.

Write questions about

information on graphs for

peers to find answers.

Calculated

NMM Add and subtract within the context of Add and Subtract In the context of ‘Healthy Money, fruit

change from

Add and money eg: find change from £1 and within a £1 Eating’, set up a tuck shop

£1 and found

Subtract find the difference between two selling fruit. Children to

differences

amounts calculate change from £1

in prices.

and find the difference in

price e.g. between an apple

Use the Strategy: Draw a picture, and a banana.

PS make a model

Mathematics Level B Programme of Study B8

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

NMM

Multiply and Multiply using the 2 times table Mentally by 2,5,10 Use ‘show me..’ cards in Prepares ‘show Correctly

Divide (revision) and the 5 and 10 times including simple 2 practical activities. Make me…’ cards, shown

tables in a range of applications digit numbers number sentences to show paper, pencil answers to

Understand the commutative aspect the commutative aspect. problems.

of multiplication Find halves, fifths,

tenths using tables

SPM

Range of Collect, discuss, make and use 3D Language of shape In the context of “Healthy Variety of boxes Nets

shapes shape: spheres, cubes, cuboids, Eating” (Technology ‘Our displayed

cones and cylinders Describe shapes Bodies’ - making a lunchbox) and features

Introduce triangular prism and square the children will investigate labelled

pyramid various boxes by taking them appropriately

Identify simple features : faces, Build models with apart to examine their nets.

edges, corners, angles these shapes Features of theses nets will

be displayed and labelled.

NMM

Multiply and Divide using 2, 5 and 10 times table Link division and Use ‘show me..’ cards in Prepares ‘show Correctly

Divide in a range of applications multiplication within practical activities. Make me…’ cards, shown

known tables number sentences and find paper, pencil answers to

answers to problems. problems.

Introduce 3 and 4

times table

NMM

Range and Work with halves and quarters in Practical Use context ‘Healthy Eating’ Fruit, knife Fruits or

type of practical shape applications applications to find halves and quarters of shapes halved

numbers fruits. and quartered

appropriately.

Fractions, Find halves and quarters of quantities Revise and Use context of ‘Healthy Paper, pencils Answered

percentages Including three quarters consolidate all Eating’ to write number correctly

and ratio aspects of tables problems for peers to solve from given

e.g. share 12 apples among fraction of

3 children. quantities.

Mathematics Level B Programme of Study B9

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

NMM

Multiply and Multiply using the 3 and 4 times Mentally by 2,3,4, Use ‘show me…’ cards. Prepared ‘show Correctly

Divide tables in a range of applications 5,10 including Write number sentences to me…’ cards shown

Understand the commutative aspect simple 2 digit demonstrate commutative answers to

of multiplication numbers aspect. problems.

SPM

Position and Give and understand instructions for Language of In the context of a ‘Local Simple map of Peer

Movement turning: position and Study’, use and give local area assessed–

Clockwise and anti-clockwise movement directions for peers to get following

through whole, half, quarter turns from A to B. instructions.

Through right angles Practical

applications (ICT Use an orienteering map of Orienteering map Correctly

Recognise and name the four link) the local area, to identify of local area identified

compass points. compass

compass points N,S,E,W points

Located/

Use grid references to read or plot On a given scale map of the Simple grid map plotted local

location on grid local area find and plot local of local area landmarks on

landmarks. scale map.

Give and follow directions to create a Use “Roamer”, “Pip” or Appropriate ICT Correctly

square or rectangle. Be able to use “Logo”, programme to create resource programmed

F,R,L for these movements (ICT link) a square and rectangle. ICT resource

to complete

a square or

rectangle

SPM Use a template to draw or check for a From a circle, make a right Paper circle, Correctly

Angle right angle angle tester. Draw right prepared shapes identified

angles and mark right angles and drawn

on given shapes. right angles.

Use the Strategy: Make a

PS conjecture and test with a

particular example

Mathematics Level B Programme of Study B10

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

NMM

Multiply and Divide using the 3 and 4 times tables Revise and Use ‘show me…’ cards and Prepared ‘show Correctly

Divide in a range of applications consolidate tables write number sentences for me’ cards shown

facts in different peers to solve. answers to

contexts including problems.

money and

measure

Grouping and

sharing to show

remainders

Measure and Measure capacity in easily handled Language of In the context of Science – Calibrated Measured

Estimate standard units ( litres and half litres) capacity Water, the children will measuring litres and

Read scales measure litres and half litres containers half litres

Practical e.g. to ensure fair testing in consistently

applications dissolving experiments. and

accurately.

Multiply and Multiply 2 digit numbers by 2,3,4,5 Multiply multiples of Use ‘show me…’ cards and Correctly

Divide and 10 10 up to 50 by write number sentences for Prepared ‘show shown

2,3,4,5 and 10 peers to solve. me’ cards answers to

Use multiplication facts in a range of Extend doubles up problems.

applications to 20

IH

Display Display information in Carroll and Language of IH Use information from tally Tally chart form Accurately

Venn diagrams chart on (B2) to create B2, paper, pencils displayed

Carroll and Venn diagrams. information

Interpret Interpret information by asking Revise all aspects Children will compose 2 on Venn and

specific questions of Level B Mental questions for peers relating Carroll

Maths to each diagram. diagrams

Level B Consolidate work, where and devised

Revision appropriate. Children who have relevant

successfully completed this questions.

programme are now ready for the

Level B National Test,

approximately December of

Primary Four.

Mathematics Level C Programme of Study C1

Core Skills: Numeracy Literacy ICT Problem Solving Learning and Thinking Skills Working with others

Assessment /

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources Evidence Home

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners will work

What will the learners achieve? have:

Strand The child will be able to:

NMM

Range and Work with whole numbers up to Count to 10000 on In pairs, play “Guess My Recorded answers

Paper, number

showing

Type of 10000 and back Number” games recording cards understanding of

Number Count, order, read and write answers and adding place place value.

Count in 10s, 100s value titles.

and 1000s from any

starting point

NMM Round three digit whole numbers to Find the number Children will record their Successfully

Number line

Round the nearest 10. Use to check after, before and rounding of 3 digit numbers recorded

Numbers appropriate

calculations between to the nearest 10 using a calculations.

1,2,10,50,100 or number line.

PS Use the Strategy: Act out the 1000 more or less

situation

NMM

Measure and Estimate length and height to the Language of length Children estimate classroom Made a fair

Estimate nearest metre, half metre, tenth of a resources e.g. desk, Estimate of

various resources.

metre and cm blackboard.

Select and measure using appropriate Conversion of Children will measure a Trundle wheel, Selected the

devices revising use of m and cm metres to variety of resources in school metre stick, appropriate

including lengths greater than 1 metre centimetres e.g. corridor, jotter, ruler, measuring measuring device.

eg 2m 30cm tape,

SPM

Produced circles

Range of Collect discuss, make and use 2D Language of shape Use a pair of compasses, Compasses, a of different sizes

Shapes shapes: circles, triangles, pentagons, introduce regular string and drawing pin, variety of and design a quilt

hexagons, octagons and their and irregular everyday shapes e.g. plate, circular shapes, cover showing

properties saucer, to draw circles of paper, box of understanding of

Draw circles using a variety of different sizes. shapes pattern.

methods Design a quilt cover using

Use shapes to continue and create one or two different shapes.

patterns

PS Use the Strategy: Look for a

Pattern

Mathematics Level C Programme of Study C2

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

SPM Find lines of symmetry of shapes Language of Use mirrors to investigate Mirrors, pictures Successfully

Symmetry drawn on squared grids symmetry lines of symmetry on of symmetrical completed

symmetrical

Complete the missing half of simple prepared pictures showing a shapes

pictures with

symmetrical shapes or patterns selection of shapes. shapes of one

Children are given half of a and two lines

NMM Add to 1000 Add 1 digit to whole e.g. seasonal shape, of symmetry.

Add and Add 2 digit numbers bridging 100 numbers up to 3 Christmas tree, leaf, flower

Subtract Add single or 2 digit numbers to 3 digits to complete the missing half.

digit numbers using different Add multiples of 10

strategies to three digit

numbers

Number bonds to

100

NMM Sequence of months and number of Durations of time In pairs, the children will find Calendars of the Shown

Time days in each months (revision) given dates on a calendar. same year understanding

Read a calendar to identify the day Dates in different E.g. their birthdays, of reading a

and date forms Christmas Day, Easter calendar,

recording

Find durations in weeks or days Sunday, Hallowe’en.

dates and

bridging months Record their answers in finding

Write dates in different forms different forms of writing durations.

Read and record the time in 5 minute dates. Shown

intervals on analogue and digital Record time in 5 minute Classroom clock, understanding

displays intervals for a train timetable. digital clock, by correctly

Use the terms ‘past’ and ‘to’ the hour Act out reading the time recording sheets recording 5

Use the 12 hour notation including passenger/train journey minute

intervals and

terms ‘am’ and ‘pm’ situation writing out train

making use of

ticket. appropriate

NMM Use coins and notes to £5, £10 and terms.

Money £20 including exchange Practical Acting out purchasing a train Plastic money, Given the

Convert £s and pence to pence applications ticket, giving correct change real money, “train correct

Find the difference between two tickets” change from a

amounts variety of

Find change from £5 and £10 amounts in

succession.

PS Use the Strategy: Work backwards

Mathematics Level C Programme of Study C3

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

IH

Collect Conduct a survey beyond the class Language of IH Discuss the possibility of Computer / Correctly used

opening a school tuck shop squared paper tally marks

when

Organise Use a tally sheet with grouped tallies for healthy snacks. Conduct

conducting

a school survey to determine their survey

Display Construct a bar graph with axes the popularity of foods. and recorded

graduated in multiple units and (Linked to Technology Lunch this

discrete categories (ICT Link) Box unit) information on

a bar chart.

Interpret Identify the most and least frequent The children will identify

items most and least popular foods

NMM from their bar charts.

Add and Subtract within 1000 Subtract 1 digit from

Subtract whole numbers up Shown

Subtract single or 2 digit numbers to 3 digits Use this information to Calculators understanding

from 3 digit numbers using different Subtract multiples calculate the amount of by recording

strategies of 10 from 3 digit foodstuffs required in a their results for

numbers week, month, term and year. a mini

Subtract within the context of money Subtract by adding Adding and subtracting as enterprise

topic

and measure on required by questioning.

Subtract odd and Use the information to

even numbers calculate money earned,

Link addition and money spent, profit.

subtraction

SPM

Range and Collect, discuss, make and use 3D Language of shape Construct 3D shapes as Cardboard, glue, Display of 3D

Type of shapes : sphere, hemisphere, cubes, alternative packaging for scissors shapes

correctly

Shapes cuboids, cones, cylinders, pyramids Construct models tuck shop food. (Linked to

labelled with

and prisms using kits, Technology Lunch Box unit) appropriate

Identify properties of shapes faces, interlocking cubes descriptions of

edges and vertices and straws properties.

Identify 2D shapes within 3D shapes

Recognise 3D shapes from 2D

drawings

Mathematics Level C Programme of Study C4

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

IH

Collect Use a simple questionnaire to obtain Language of IH Class discussion on Computer Discussed

information (yes/no responses) (ICT surveying tuck shop suitable

Link) customers for information. questions for

marketing.

Design a questionnaire for

Collated

Organise Enter data in a table with row and the tuck shop using the information

column headings (ICT Link) computer. collected and

presented in

Display Construct a table or chart eg Enter the information using bar chart

pictogram with symbols representing bar chart layout. (Where layout.

multiple units possible, on computer) Peer assessed

Discuss and interpret bar chart

information.

Interpret Retrieve specific records (ICT Link) each other’s chart.

Shown

NMM Know and use the 2,3,4,5, and 10 Mentally within Use times tables to predict understanding

Multiply and times table (revision) the confines of foodstuffs and profit for by recording

Divide Multiply by 10 then 100 all tables to 10 different durations. their results.

Know the 8,6,9 and 7 times table Mentally for

Use multiplication facts in a range of any 2 or 3 digit

applications whole number

Work with patterns and relationships by 10

noting links between tables In applications

in number,

measurement

and money to

£20

NMM Measure weight in standard units Estimate then weigh tuck Variety of Made fair

Language of weight

Measure and Know that 1 kg = 1000g shop foodstuffs in kg and foodstuffs estimations

and carried

Estimate Weigh accurately using weights down Convert g to kg convert to gms and vice Scales,

out accurate

to 20g eg How many versa. appropriate practical

Read scales on measuring devices to grams in a quarter Where appropriate, round to weights activities.

the nearest graduation and kg? the nearest kg and/or gm.

intermediate levels Compare mass of foodstuffs

Realise that weight can be conserved with same weight.

Estimate using kilograms and grams

Mathematics Level C Programme of Study C5

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

conjecture and test particular

examples

NMM

Multiply and Multiply 2 digit numbers by any single Multiply multiples of Bulk ordering for tuck shop. Survey Completed

Divide digit number using different strategies ten by any single Record different ways to find information / bar orders.

digit accurate answers. charts Recorded

Use multiplication facts in a range of different

applications strategies

used.

NMM Use analogue and digital clocks to: Reinforce mentally In pairs devise simple Analogue and Produced

Time Find times 5 to 55 minutes before including problems timetable for tuck shop using digital clocks timetable

or after o’clock, half past and which requiring use appropriate measurements which is in

quarter past/to of different of time, also identifying the use with

Find times up to several hours strategies maximum time (in minutes) maximum

before or after available per class both in times

Work out durations of minutes or digital and analogue times. indicated.

hours Children work out how many

Use simple timetables hours to next tuck shop and

how many hours from last.

NMM Know and apply the 2,3,4,5, and 10 Consolidate tables Children will interpret Recorded

Multiply and times table in division problems division problems introduced answers

Divide (revision) Link multiplication by the teacher which involve showing

and division the language of the tuck correct

Divide using 8,6,9 and 7 times table in shop and includes money interpretations

a range of applications including Use doubles, halves and rounding answers in of problems.

money to £20 and measure to 100 context.

a remainder halving multiples of

10 or 100 to10 000

Round answers in context

eg there are 26 children on a trip.

Each bus seats 10. How many buses

do you need?

Mathematics Level C Programme of Study C6

Core Skills: Numeracy Literacy ICT Problem Solving Learning and Thinking Skills Working with others

Assessment /

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources Evidence Home

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners will work

What will the learners achieve? have:

Strand The child will be able to:

organised list or table

NMM

Range and Name fractions of shapes (halves, Equivalences Children design individual Paper circles Displayed and

Type of quarters, thirds, fifths, eighths and celebration cakes and in Scissors accurately

Number tenths) Practical activities groups fold and cut “wedges” labelled identified

Work with simple equivalence eg one of appropriate fractions. fractions.

half = two quarters (practical Games Children play fraction Fraction

applications only) dominoes. dominoes

NMM

Fractions, Find simple fractions of quantities Reinforce mentally

Percentages involving 1 or 2 digit numbers (thirds Using a variety of practical Pizza boxes, Pictorially

and Ratios fifths and tenths) Simple addition of resources i.e. pictures of magazine recorded their

fractions pizza, pies, chocolate bars pictures etc. results with

Know that fractions include mixed etc to divide into required appropriate labels.

numbers eg 2½ given fractions.

NMM

Range and Work with decimals to two places Practical Children will use catalogues Catalogues Appropriately

Type of when reading and recording money applications to “purchase” goods within recorded their

Number limited budget e.g. Christmas ”purchases”

with prices and total

gifts, holiday items, books for

identified.

the classroom.

NMM Measure capacity in standard units Language of Children write recipes for Appropriate Used appropriate

Measure and litres, half litres and quarter litres. capacity including celebration drinks to measuring measuring

Estimate Read scales accurately both to the millilitres accompany cakes. e.g. half containers equipment to show

nearest graduation and intermediate litre cola and half litre irn bru Soft drinks correct capacities

level (involves deduction) to produce litre of punch and/or water and record their

results.

PS Use the Strategy: Guess, Check .(linked to RME celebration)

and Improve a Solution Devised a function

NMM Use a simple function machine for Children devise function machine which will

Functions and operations involving doubling, halving, machine to work out litre reflect requirements.

Equations adding and subtracting requirements for the punch

-depending on the number of

people to be catered for.

Mathematics Level C Programme of Study C7

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

SPM

Position and Use the language of position and Children will use plan of the Displayed

completed

Movement movement to describe the main school to write directions for

directions at

features of a familiar route visitors from the main office school office.

to all classrooms. Demonstrated

Use the terms clockwise, anti- Practical In pairs children will use Roamer (or similar knowledge of

clockwise and make turns of 90°, 180 applications Roamer (or similar ICT ICT programme) terms and

° or 360° programme) to make correct turns

appropriate turns using the with peers.

Create paths on squared paper using correct terminology.

instructions such as Forward 5, right

90, forward 7, left 90 (ICT Link)

SPM Know that a right angle is 90°

Angle Language and Using a plan of the school Cm squared Their own

Use right, acute, obtuse to describe practical application grounds the children can paper. Plan of designs for

make their own designs to school / school developing the

angles school

develop the grounds into grounds

grounds

activity areas with given

Know that a straight angle is 180° showing the

shapes.e.g., seated area, correct angles

potted plants, sports area, for activity

Identify and draw all types of angles

Angles for the shapes can be areas and the

PS measured. correct area in

Use the Strategy: Draw a picture or cm2 .

diagram/make a model

Understand the concept of area

Measure and practical application the children will measure the

Measure the area of shapes

Estimate area of classrooms corridors,

composed of rectangles and squares

school grounds, etc. using

Measure irregular shapes using tiles

Start to revise all cm2 paper.

or grids

mental sections The children can make their An opportunity

Measure area in standard units using

for Level C Test own designs for developing to peer assess

square centimetres (cm2) each other’s

the school grounds into

Draw shapes of given area including designs.

activity areas and work out

half squares

the area for each.

Know area is conserved when shape

changes

Mathematics Level C Programme of Study C8

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

IH

Collect Obtain information for a task either by Language of In the context ‘conservation’ , Refuse sacks, Collected

a questionnaire or survey within a databases conduct a litter survey in the protective gloves, information.

chosen context playground. litter

Organise Use a database with teacher defining Revise all aspects Use database to record ICT database Recorded

the headings or fields (ICT Link) of Level C Mental results. programme results

Maths appropriately

using

database.

Display Display information in table, chart or Display information found in Paper, pencils, Constructed

graph appropriate form. rulers, ICT appropriate

programme table/chart/

graph to

display

findings.

Interpret Retrieve specific records (ICT Link) Retrieve information in order Prepared Retrieved

to answer given questions. questions, relevant and

appropriate ICT appropriate

PS Use the Strategy: Try a simpler programme information.

case

Revision appropriate, prior to testing at

Level C

completed the programme for

Level C are now ready for the

Level C National Test

approximately October of Primary

Six or earlier.

Mathematics Level D Programme of Study D1

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

NMM

Range and Name fractions of shapes ( halves, Equivalences Design a series of pennants Squared paper, Sorted

Type of quarters, thirds, fifths, eighths, tenths, divided and coloured to show coloured pens, pennants

Number twentieths, fiftieths, hundredths) Practical and visual fractions and their pencils into groups

activities equivalences. of equivalent

Work with simple equivalences in Colour panes of a stained fractions.

practical applications glass window given the Calculated

fraction of each colour to be the correct

Fractions, Find simple fractions of quantities Reinforce mentally used eg 25/100 blue, 1/10 number of

percentages involving up to four digits (1/7, 3/4 red etc . panes for

and ratio 3/5, 60/100) each colour.

Range and Understand and use the term Practical Solve a series of word Calculated

Type of percentage applications linking problems within the context accurately

Number fractions and of Mary Queen of fractions and

percentages Scots/Castles e.g. what %s.

Fractions, Work out percentages in easy fraction/% of soldiers carry

percentages examples (50%, 25%, 75% 20%) swords? Shields? Daggers?

and ratio

Range and Write fractions in decimal form Practical From a plan of a banqueting Plan of a Shown an

Type of - tenths and hundredths hall, convert lengths from m banqueting hall understanding

activities linking

of different

Number Work with decimals to two places in fractions and and cm and record in with

ways of

applications in money and decimals decimal form as m and vice measurements expressing

measurement Conversion in versa. shown measurements

eg 1m 35cm = 1.35m money and Cost a banquet. by recording

measurement conversions

accurately.

NMM Measure and estimate small lengths Language of length Plan and measure accurately Rulers, paper, Measured

Measure and in millimetres and large lengths in in related technology task to card, wood, according to

Estimate metres. Select appropriate measuring Conversion of mm, make a souvenir of a visit to coloured pencils, plan.

devices. Recognise when km are cm, m, km a castle (technology design pens, tools, glue

appropriate brief)

Perimeter, Calculate perimeter of simple straight- Simple examples of Calculate the perimeters of Previously Added the

Formulae and sided shapes by adding lengths adding perimeters castle features and artefacts produced plans lengths of all

Scales sides.

Mathematics Level D Programme of Study D2

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

NMM

Add and Add and subtract decimals with and Add and Subtract Calculate the length of wood Plan of Shown an

Subtract without a calculator with at most 2 two 2/3 digit whole needed and the cost of bench/table understanding

decimal places in applications in numbers involving materials for each child to showing relevant of place

money and measure multiples of 10 and construct a model of a bench sizes, price list of value by

eg £12.50 + £1.75 100 eg 120+130 and a trestle table. materials using

Reinforce mentally (technology design brief) decimals

PS Use the Strategy: Guess, check *see below for extension accurately in

and improve calculations.

SPM

Identify and draw up to four lines of Language of Use a mirror/folding to show Paper, card, Identified

Symmetry

symmetry symmetry lines of symmetry on given coloured pencils, and drawn

Use lines of symmetry to complete shapes pens symmetrical

shapes and designs Complete designs of tabards Patterns.

Create symmetrical shapes to show symmetry

Design shields with 2, 3 and

Range of 4 lines of symmetry

Collect, discuss, make and use Language of shape Extend mathematical 2D shapes, K’nex, Identified

shapes

simple 2D shapes including pentagon and practical language of shape and use straws, pipe shapes from

and hexagon (revision) applications to describe, identify cleaners peers’

and make 2D shapes. description.

Understand and use the terms

vertices, diagonals, sides and angles Design a tiled floor . Shape templates, Created a

Create or copy tiling using shape coloured pens, tessellating

templates pencils pattern.

PS Use the Strategy: Look for a

pattern

Multiply and divide:

NMM Multiply and divide by a single digit to Up to 4 digit Use individual Information from Shown an

Multiply and two decimal places numbers by 10 measurements and costings, earlier activity understanding

Divide With a calculator multiply and divide or 100 to calculate overall of place

by two digit whole numbers including requirements for class value by

Use in applications of money and decimals to two (technology design brief). using

measure decimal places decimals

Whole numbers accurately in

by single digits calculations.

Mathematics Level D Programme of Study D3

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

SPM

Position and Give directions for a route or journey Language of From a plan of the local area Squared paper, ‘Arrived’ at

Movement position and the children will give and plan of local area . correct

Use an 8 point compass rose movement follow directions of routes destination

taken to school (Technology on plan.

Use a co-ordinate system to locate a Unit Our Community).

point on a grid (2,3) (0,4) (ICT Link)

NMM

Time Calculate durations involving hours Work with time to Plan a staged journey by Timetables Prepared

and minutes counting on and back calculate duration in plane/train. itinerary using

24 hour clock .

hours or minutes

Calculated

Understand and use the 24 hour clock bridging hours From peer’s adapted Adapted and recorded

and equate with 12 hour times itinerary and questions itineraries and durations and

calculate missing durations question sheets arrival times

Apply knowledge of the 24 hour clock Reinforce mentally and arrival times. accurately.

in timetables Recorded their

results

Use and read a stop watch to time Conversion of In groups or pairs time one Stopwatches showing

conversions

activities in seconds seconds, minutes, another to do a series of

where

hours activities eg. Writing name

required.

Calculate speeds in practical activities 10 times, skipping 10 times,

NMM read a paragraph aloud.

Measure and Measure and calculate small volumes Identified

Estimate using cm3 Language of Use cm cubes to investigate Boxes, cm cubes boxes for

Measure accurately in millilitres and capacity and the volume of different sized storing a given

litres volume boxes and record as cm3 volume of

Understand 1litre = 1000ml = Follow a recipe to make a Various fruit sweets

1000cm3 Practical fruit punch, measure juices, measuring Measured and

Read scales accurately applications specified amounts into cylinders, plastic labelled

bottles

Select appropriate measuring devices bottles and label eg 750ml bottles, sticky

accurately

0.75l, 500ml 0.5l etc. labels showing ml

PS Use the Strategy: Act out a and l.

Situation

Mathematics Level D Programme of Study D4

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

NMM Shown an

Range and Work with whole numbers up to Count up to 1 Mental activities using Number understanding

Type of 100 000 (count, order, read and write) million on and number generators. In generators of place

Number back groups generate, order and value by

Read and write whole numbers up to Count in 10s, check each other’s generating

1 million 100s, 1000s numbers. numbers

10 000s from requested.

Round any number to the nearest any point Mental activities, adding Rounded

appropriate whole number, ten or Rounding to rounded numbers to make numbers to

hundred. Use and check in the nearest estimated calculations. required

calculations 10 000 place and

eg 737+188 is about 700+200 Write/display used

numbers in correctly in

multiples of 100 mental

before and calculations.

after a given

number

SPM Collect, discuss, make and use 3D Language of shape

Range of shapes including pyramids and Make a class display of 3D Household and Labelled

shapes prisms Practical activities shapes from both household classroom items shapes

items and class resources. correctly

Identify properties of shapes referring Identified

to edges, faces and vertices and Play “What shape am I?” shapes from

angles games in class, groups, properties

pairs. described.

Make 3D models solid or skeletal

Make a model of a futuristic Card, rulers, Made

Use diagonals to show the rigidity community using 3D shapes construction models of

properties of triangles in skeletal made from construction materials 3D shapes.

models materials/nets. Geo strips Identified

Use nets to make cubes and cuboids Investigate how adding that

diagonals affects the rigidity triangular

of a shape. shapes are

PS Use the Strategy: Draw a picture or rigid.

diagram/make a model

Mathematics Level D Programme of Study D5

Core Skills: Numeracy Literacy ICT Problem Solving Learning and Thinking Skills Working with others

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

Continue and describe more complex Counting on and Work in pairs to solve and Solved and

NMM sequences eg 1,1,2,3,5,8,13……. back in different design sequential number designed

Patterns and steps problems. sequential

Sequences number

problems.

Functions and Recognise and explain simple Introduce the term Design and make a function Paper, pens Made a

Equations relationships between two sets of squared number in machine. function

numbers or objects calculations machine.

Use a function machine and identify

the rule

IH

Collect Select appropriate sources of Language of IH In the context ‘Our Collected

information for tasks including a related to context Community’, design a appropriate

questionnaire which allows several questionnaire based on information.

responses to each question leisure activities.

eg What do you buy from the shop?

Organise Use a diagram or table Organise this information ICT database Organised

Use a database or spreadsheet table onto a database or spread programme information

with up to three fields defined by sheet. onto a

pupils (ICT Link) spread

sheet.

Display Construct graphs (bar, line, frequency, Display information gathered ICT programme Displayed

polygon) and pie charts in a suitable format using information

Use scales involving fractions and fractions and decimals. on a suitable

decimals Record and display format.

Use continuous data which has been information on amount of

grouped eg heights of children in time spent by children on

intervals of 0.1m (ICT Link) leisure activities (in 15

minute intervals).

Interpret Retrieve information subject to one Retrieve information e.g. Retrieved

condition from a range of displays and how many children spend information

databases eg Which children are longer than 45 mins on a accurately.

taller than 100cm? leisure activity.

Mathematics Level D Programme of Study D6

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

conjecture and test with particular

examples

SPM Draw a circle and identify radius, Language of shape Formed a pattern or abstract Compass, ruler, Accurately

Range of diameter and circumference design using circle, plastic shapes identified each

Shapes equilateral triangle and shape in their

design and

Identify and name equilateral and isosceles triangle with a key

shown

isosceles triangles to identify each shape. understanding

of their

Revise 8 point compass rose, Practical activities In groups, the children will use Roamer or similar properties.

Position and clockwise and anti-clockwise, degrees Roamer (or similar) to carry out programme

Movement and turns prepared tasks for turning and Prepared tasks for Correctly

stating where they have identified

moving and

“landed” e.g. S.E. shapes with

Recognise which shapes have Identify rotational symmetry turning.

rotational

rotational symmetry from given shapes. Prepared shapes

symmetry.

Create patterns by rotating a shape

(ICT Link)

Draw, copy and measure angles Start to revise all Use a protractor to measure and Protractors Accurately

Angle accurately within 50 sections of Level D identified and

draw given angles.

mental maths Roamer or similar drawn angles.

Use standard notation to express programme.

bearings eg 0600, 1500, 3000 (ICT

Link)

Practical activities e.g. book Plastic or real

Money or more, including exchange applications accuracy with

sale, tuck shop, exchanging money. money

and giving change.

exchange.

Finding change from £20 Finding change

from £20

PS Use the Strategy: Work backwards

Mathematics Level D Programme of Study D7

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

NMM

Measure and Find the area of a right angled triangle Practical activities Practical activities using Squared paper Shown

Estimate on cm squared grids rectangles and squares to understandin

calculate cm2 of right angles g by

Know that small area is measured in triangle. accurately

cm2 calculating

area.

Measure weight of an extended range Language of weight Practical activities weighing A variety of Selected

of articles given items/parcels. measuring appropriate

devices, weights, measuring

Select an appropriate range of parcels device and

measuring devices and units for accurately

weighing eg pan or spring balance read scales.

Measure temperature and read a Keep a daily diary reading Thermometer Accurately

thermometer accurately and recording temperature. read and

recorded

Be aware of common imperial units readings

from

PS Use the Strategy: Try a simpler Revise all Level D thermometer

case mental maths

NMM Add, subtract, multiply and divide with Practical applications. Accurately

and without a calculator 4 digit recorded

numbers (revision) answers.

fractions (revision)

organised list or table

Mathematics Level D Programme of Study D8

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

D appropriate, prior to testing at

Level D

completed the programme for

Level D are now ready for the

Level D National Test,

approximately May/June P.7 or

earlier.

Mathematics Level E Programme of Study E1

Core Skills: Numeracy Literacy ICT Problem Solving Learning and Thinking Skills Working with others

Assessment /

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners will

What will the learners achieve? have:

Strand The child will be able to:

SPM Use properties of 2D shapes Language of shape Use mathematical language Rulers, Used terms: side,

Range of Discuss the side, angle, diagonal and practical to describe shapes protractors angle and diagonal

Shapes activities Investigate properties of accurately.

properties of quadrilaterals:

Identified shape

square, rectangle, rhombus, shapes: fold/trace

from peer’s

parallelogram, kite and turn/measure. description. Defined

trapezium. Discuss above to give a quadrilateral as

Define and classify quadrilaterals definition of a quadrilateral Compasses any 4-sided shape.

Relate diameter and Investigate relationship Established

circumference (practical work between diameter and circumference is

circumference using circular about 3x diameter.

only)

shapes in the classroom.

PS Use the Strategy: Draw a picture or

diagram/make a model

Work with negative numbers (e.g.

Range and (forward and back) below zero. stick understanding of

temperature)

Type of in steps between 5 Read temperatures below the use of

Number and 10, extending zero from a thermometer. negative numbers.

to below zero

NMM Calculate temperature Thermometer,

Add and subtract positive and

Add and Practical examples drops/rises overnight and ice

negative numbers in applications

Subtract such as a rise in temperature during daytime both indoors

and out.

Read scales on thermometers

Measure and salt/ice/water mixture in a to nearest

including estimating between

Estimate variety of containers (both division.

graduations

insulated and non-insulated)

and calculate increase in

PS Use the Strategy: Make a Add and subtract temperature over a period of

conjecture and test with particular mentally for 2 digit time.

examples numbers including

decimals eg 7.3+8.2

Mathematics Level E Programme of Study E2

Core Skills: Numeracy Literacy ICT Problem Solving Learning and Thinking Skills Working with others

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

IH Select sources of information for Language of Data Produce a questionnaire Conducted

Collect tasks, including Handling about children’s bikes/cycling survey using

Practical experiments safety. Issue questionnaire to appropriate

Sampling using a simple strategy 20% of pupils. throughout sampling

school. strategy.

eg Estimate how much water is Number facts to 20,

wasted by a dripping tap in 1 week by quick recall, Record results on suitable ICT database Recorded

measuring loss in 1 hour involving common table/database. programme results in an

fractions (1/2, 1/4) appropriate

Organise Design and use: diagrams and tables Extrapolate from the small format.

sample how many children in

the whole school have bikes

and wear safety helmets.

Display Construct straight line and curved Number bonds to Construct trend graphs from Constructed

graphs for continuous data where within hundreds information gathered, find and labelled

there is a relationship such as direct involving at least out if there is a correlation graphs

proportion eg travel, temperature, one 3-digit number between the age of child and accurately.

growth graphs (eg 415+85, 225+ wearing a safety helmet.

275)

Interpret Interpret from an extended range of Draw graph to show direct Graph paper Converted

displays (diagrams, tables, graphs) relationship between miles distances

(ICT link) and Km. from metric

Describe the main features of a to imperial.

graph. Produce a display of findings Paper, pencils etc Extracted

Calculate the average (mean) to and report to pupil council on required

compare sets of data safety issue raised. information

and drawn

relevant

PS Use the Strategy: Produce an conclusions.

organised list/table

Mathematics Level E Programme of Study E3

Core Skills: Numeracy Literacy ICT Problem Solving Learning and Thinking Skills Working with others

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

NMM Work with Find widely used Draw and colour mosaic Coloured

Range and all widely used fractions fractions and patterns showing eg 25% or mosaic

Type of percentages of 15/60 or 20/80- yellow. appropriately.

convert fractions to equivalent Played domino

numbers decimals and vice versa whole number Produce a domino type

game

decimals to 3 places quantities game using %s and successfully

(in applications eg length) equivalent fractions and with peers.

decimals.

Produced

NMM Measure and draw using standard Use equivalent Measure and draw lines in Rulers box with

Measure and units of length and estimate fractions mm to construct a box correct

Estimate measurements: small lengths in suitable for storing domino dimensions.

millimetres and larger lengths in game.

metres Demonstrated

the ability to

NMM Use a calculator to find a fraction or Change fractions to Use previously gathered Calculators use a

Fractions, percentage of a quantity decimals and cycling data and a calculator calculator in

Percentages Find ratios between quantities percentages to work out % of children in practical

and Ratio Use simple unitary ratio as a basis for each class who wear a applications.

calculations: safety helmet.

The ratio of pupils coming by car to those Reinforce ratios

coming on foot is 1:5. In one class, 4 came mentally

by car. How many were likely to come on

foot?

Located

SPM Discuss position and movement by: Practical activities Create a treasure map, Protractors treasure on

Position and Using bearings and distances to drawn to scale, with some Rulers map by

Movement produce accurate scale drawings features at specified correctly

of routes (ICT link) locations. following

NMM Use scales such as 1cm to 1, 2, Prepare instructions using instructions.

Perimeter, 5 or 10m: or represented by a bearings and distances to

Formulae and ratio such as 1:100 to interpret or allow peers to locate

Scales draw maps, plans, diagrams treasure on map.

Using co-ordinates in all four Calculate true lengths and

SPM quadrants to plot position (ICT scaled lengths.

Position and link) Plot points and read co-

Movement Calculating distances along grid ordinates in 4 quadrants.

lines (ICT link)

Mathematics Level E Programme of Study E4

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

NMM Add and subtract: Add and subtract Within the context of pirates Interpreted

Add and Without a calculator for 4 digits decimals including and treasure, children problems

Subtract with at most 2 decimal places money and prepare problems for peers accurately

With a calculator for any number measure involving the 4 rules of and applied

of digits with at most 3 decimal number e.g. sharing the knowledge

places treasure coins found equally appropriately

(In applications in number, measure amongst the pirate to find the

and money) crew/value of treasure. correct

NMM solution.

Multiply and Multiply and divide:

Divide Without a calculator for 4 digits Multiply and divide Practical applications.

with at most 2 decimal places by any whole number

a single digit. by multiples of 10

With a calculator for any pair of and 100 eg 20x76

numbers but at most 3 decimal

places in the answer Multiply and divide

any number

including decimals

NMM by 10,100 and 1000

Round Round any number to one decimal Reinforce mentally Answers in above can be

Numbers place eg 7.253+8.174 is about 7.3+ rounded appropriately.

8.2

PS

Use the Strategy: Try a simpler

case

SPM Determine whether or not shapes designs with

symmetry treasure with rotational pencils etc

Symmetry have rotational symmetry rotational

symmetry.

Move a tile of a shape on a symmetry.

Create a pattern by translating,

squared grid in order to translate, Produced

reflecting or rotating a tile of Card, sticky paper

reflect or rotate the shape. repeating

precious metals.

pattern.

Mathematics Level E Programme of Study E5

Core Skills: Numeracy Literacy ICT Problem Solving Learning and Thinking Skills Working with others

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

IH Carry out a survey using Language of Design and use a Compiled

Collect questionnaires (ICT Link) databases questionnaire to establish questions to

holiday patterns e.g. where provide

Design and use a database or did the children go on information

Organise spreadsheet with fields defined by holiday over the last 3 suitable to

pupils (ICT Link) years/what activities do they analyse in

enjoy on holiday. graphical

Construct as appropriate graphs or Consolidate form.

Display pie charts with data expressed in percentages

percentages (ICT Link)

From a database :

Interpret database to record and database package accurately

retrieve information subject to (peer

more than one condition display information gathered. e.g. Information

assessment)

Extract information to Workshop

use logical operators (and; or; Extracted key

compile a report for the local information to

not) when framing questions

travel agent to assist him in make

(ICT Link) preparing holiday deals. recommend-

ations.

NMM Use relationships between currencies Calculate change Calculate cost of gifts in local Checked

Money to do simple calculations from £20 currencies. accuracy of

calculations by

using inverse

NMM Measure accurately and draw small Practical activities Design travel tickets/luggage Card/pens/pencils

process.

Measure and areas using cm 2 labels of given area. etc

Estimate Estimate areas in square metres Use atlases to compare Squared paper

Work with square kilometre and sizes of countries visited. Atlases

NMM hectare Use measurements of tickets Suitcases Checked

Perimeter, Calculate using rules for: and labels to investigate Rulers measurements

Formulae and Cubing and relationship between length, Metre sticks (peer

areas of rectangles and squares

Scales squaring mentally breadth and area. assessment).

volumes of cuboids and cubes Listed

Investigate the link between

countries by

NMM length, breadth, height and size from

Measure and Realise that volume can be Table facts volume using suitcases. smallest to

Estimate conserved when shape changes largest.

Established

that A=lxb

V=lxbxh.

Mathematics Level E Programme of Study E6

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

Situation

NMM Identified

Patterns and Continue and describe sequences: Add and subtract Investigate square and Cm cubes

square and

Sequences involving square and triangular numbers ending in triangular numbers using triangular

numbers 9 (between 9 and models and diagrams. numbers.

find specified items in sequences 99) Look for patterns and extend Used found

involving prime numbers Add and subtract sequences. patterns to

two-digit numbers Use a 100 square and tables 100 square continue.

from three digit facts to identify prime Sequences

multiples of 10 numbers. Listed/defined

PS Use the Strategy: Look for a prime

pattern (120-57)

numbers <100

NMM Timed

Use a digital stopwatch (for time Consolidate Time activities within the Stop watch activities

Time conversion of context of a health and

activities) in seconds, tenths, accurately

hundredths analogue and digital fitness programme. using digital

times, using 24 hour stopwatch.

NMM clock

Double whole Construct a model function Boxes, card, Put the

Functions and Use a function machine in inverse of a

Equations reverse for inverse operations numbers including machine which uses digit coloured pens and

given

Use notation to describe general fractions (eg 431/2) and function cards to show pencils operation into

relationships between 2 sets of operations and their inverses function

numbers Investigate patterns. Write machine.

Multiply two-digit rules/formulae to explain Written

Use and devise simple rules to

whole numbers by relationships eg in health formulae using

show relationships between symbols to

single digits (eg context, dilute vitamin drops Vitamin drops,

objects eg number of posts to record

13x4, 270x3) to concentrations according measuring

number of rails in a fence relationships.

to consumer’s weight/age. cylinders, water

Solve simple equations and Written

Children produce a set of problems

inequations

PS problems, within the health which can be

context, to be solved using solved by

Use the Strategy: Guess, check

equations and inequations peers using

and improve a solution equations.

e.g. if Anne did 23 sit ups and

John did 6 fewer write/solve an

equation to show how many sit

ups John did.

Mathematics Level E Programme of Study E7

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

SPM Make 3D models solid or skeletal Language of 3D Investigate 3D shapes and Rulers, card, Produced

Range of including using nets to produce shape produce nets. Use nets to coloured pens and Xmas

shapes triangular prism, pyramid and make Christmas decorations. pencils, glitter, decorations

tetrahedron (alternative context scissors, glue comprising,

NMM Technology-Exploring triangular

Perimeter, Use scales such as 1cm to 1,2,5 or Extend fractions of Space) prisms,

Formulae 10m: or represented by a ratio such two-digit numbers Construct a nativity scene Rulers, card, pyramids,

Scales as 1:100 to make 3D models (1/3, 2/3, 4/5) using scaled 3-D models. coloured pens and tetrahedral.

(alternative context pencils, scissors, Constructed

Technology-Exploring glue a 3D model

Space) to scale.

SPM Draw triangles given 3 sides, 2 sides Introduce strategy Construct a mobile using Protractors, Drawn

Range of and included angle, 2 angles and one for multiplying by triangles drawn accurately compasses, triangles

shapes side 11, 12 given specified criteria. rulers, card, which match

Angles Draw triangles to scale in applications Make scale drawings in coloured pens and specifications

involving heights and distances order to calculate heights pencils, glitter, given.

and distances within scissors, glue Calculated

Use ‘reflex’ to describe angles Technology context Protractors, true heights/

Use the fact that vertically opposite Exploring Space. compasses, distances

SPM

angles are equal rulers, pencils accurately.

Angle

Use the properties of angles formed By drawing and measuring, Applied the

by a line crossing parallel lines investigate the properties of Rulers, pencils rules to

Know the sum of the angles of a angles in triangles and calculate

triangle is two right angles formed by crossing lines. accurately

Use findings to plan and the missing

draw a robot with certain angles.

angles identified. Weighed to

Read scales on weighing devices Language of weight Weigh parcels for Christmas Parcels, weighing nearest

including estimating between and conversion of g posting (alternatively loads devices graduation.

NMM

Measure and graduations. Know that the tonne is a to kg to tonnes for space vehicle).

Estimate standard unit of weight

PS

Mathematics Level E Programme of Study E8

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

E appropriate, prior to testing at

Level E

completed the programme for

Level E are now ready for the

Level E National Test.

Mathematics Level F Programme of Study F1

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

NMM

Range and Define and work with: Add and subtract 2 Calculate simple bank Exemplar bank Audited a

type of integers digit numbers balances. accounts bank

number factors including prime factors including integers account

rational numbers including Multiply and divide Produce factor trees. Expressed

converting rational numbers to integers by a single Complete a as a product

equivalent decimals digit fraction/decimal/percentage of prime

decimals to required number of Simple conversion table, rounding factors.

places equivalences where necessary.

NMM

Round Round any number to a required Reinforce mentally In context of bank accounts Exemplar bank Rounded

Numbers number of decimal places eg calculate interest and round accounts answers

calculations involving money to 2 Introduce new appropriately. accurately.

decimal places terminology eg

Understand the term ‘significant integer within

figure’ mental activities

Round any number to a required

number of significant figures eg

solutions to calculations of

areas/circumferences of circles

rounded to 3 significant figures

NMM Investigate relationship between Calculators (π Used

Perimeter, circumference and diameter of a button) appropriate

Use rules to calculate circumferences number of circles leading to a 3

Formulae and and areas of circles formula

significant figure value for π

Scales (Know and use C = π d and A = π r2 ) Use formulae to calculate Circular shapes,

circumference and area of containers,

SPM various circles. compasses

Position and Introduce and

Enlarge and reduce shapes using any All sides

Movement explain the term Draw shapes on squared paper; Photos with

reasonable scale factor eg 3, ½ enlarge and reduce by a given enlarged or

hypotenuse enlargements

Know and use Pythagoras’ Theorem factor. reduced in

Extend to solve practical problems eg proportion.

finding length of kite diagonals

NMM Develop theorem by drawing Used theorem

Range and Reinforce mentally squares on sides of right-angled to calculate

In calculations give answers to one

type of triangles (use Pythagorean lengths of

decimal place

number triples for lengths of sides). sides.

Mathematics Level F Programme of Study F2

Core Skills: Numeracy Literacy ICT Problem Solving Learning and Thinking Skills Working with others

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

SPM

Position and Calculate the direct distance between Revise 4 quadrant Apply Pythagoras’ theorem Calculators Calculated

Movement 2 points on a co-ordinate grid co-ordinate grid to calculate lengths of lines length

not drawn parallel to axes. accurately to

PS Use the Strategy: Draw a picture or match length

diagram/make a model measured by

IH peer.

Collect Collect information from practical Language of IH Collect data on shoe sizes in Stop watches

experiments class/year group (discrete)

Recognise that: and time taken to run a set

discrete data is countable eg distance (continuous).

number of faulty items in a batch

continuous data is measurable

eg time taken by competitors in a

100m race

data using equal class intervals intervals.

Use approximately 6 classes in total Construct frequency tables

Construct grouped frequency tables from both sets of data.

Choose type of graph

Display Select appropriate graph or chart Describe trends.

Stem-and-leaf charts of data Display collected data in Chosen

Scattergraphs of data stem-and-leaf charts and appropriate

scattergraphs. class

Interpret Make significant deductions Use data lists, frequency intervals and

Calculate mean, median, mode and tables and stem-and-leaf to constructed

range from sets of non-grouped data find range, mean, median frequency

and mode. table.

Add and - without a calculator for 4 digit digit numbers with school refurbishment project done

Subtract numbers incl decimals and one decimal place eg Can you make a correctly.

integers(23.15-3.234or–3271+(-4134) (including negative bookcase of given

-with a calculator for whole numbers numbers) dimensions from wood of

decimals and integers any number of eg1.3 + (-2.4) = -1.1 specified length (to nearest

digits(number, money and measure) 5.7 - (-3.2) = -8.9 mm)?

Mathematics Level F Programme of Study F3

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

conjecture and test with particular

examples

NMM

Range and Work with an extended range of Given the area of Express powers as products Calculators Produced

type of powers for example cubes and squares work out Use square root and power accurate

numbers square roots length of side buttons on calculator. solutions.

(square numbers)

Convert numbers into scientific Simple powers Given a scientific report Prepared scientific Accurately

notation and vice-versa/recognise related to time and space report converted

calculator displays Practical express all numbers in large and

applications standard form and vice versa small

NMM (Science link) Using calculator enter and numbers.

Algebra Work with expressions: interpret standard form.

Understand equivalence of

expressions Extend number Collect like terms Teacher prepared Simplified,

Use standard algebraic vocabulary to Multiply expressions worksheets factorised

conventions to rearrange include index and including those with and

expressions factor brackets. evaluated

Use the conventions for order of Factorise expressions using expressions

operations in calculations to a common factor. correctly.

evaluate expressions Substitute values into

algebraic expressions using

SPM order of sign rules.

Angles Use combinations of angle properties Apply previous knowledge of Compasses and Found the size

angle properties in more angle measurers of angles in a

complex figures and regular diagram and

Calculate interior and exterior angles labelled them

of regular polygons with 4 or more polygons.

correctly.

sides

SPM Made badges

Range of Draw polygons given appropriate Revise properties Design and construct badges to specified

shapes information eg regular pentagon with of shapes of given dimensions in the measure-

sides 6 cm or rhombus given shape of regular polygons. ments.

diagonals

Mathematics Level F Programme of Study F4

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

pattern

NMM

Multiply and Work confidently with positioning of Multiply and divide Within context of school Teacher prepared Correctly

Divide decimal point decimals by a single refurbishment calculate worksheets positioned

digit (easy quantities for specified tasks, decimal

Multiply and divide: examples only) both with and without a point in

without a calculator for more eg 0.4 x 7 =2.8, calculator. answers.

complex examples eg 3.29 x 30, 1.8 ÷ 6 = 0.3

18.697 x 40 000, 21÷ 0.7, 0.03 ÷

60, 0.6 x 0.3, 0.08 ÷ 0.2 Extend to include

negative numbers

with a calculator for any pair of eg 4.2 x -3= -12.6,

numbers -9.3 ÷ -3 = 3.1

Multiply by numbers less than one Multiply and divide Carry out an investigation Calculators

(know that this has a decreasing by two decimals using a calculator, record

effect) eg 1.6 x 0.4 = 0.64, results and look for a pattern

0.42 ÷ 0.6 = 0.7 eg multiply 6 by decimals

ranging from 0.1 to 2.5

Repeat for division.

Divide by numbers less than one Extend number Working in pairs match Prepared cards Estimated

(know that this has an increasing vocabulary to question cards to answer order of

effect) include product and cards, selecting from three number

(In applications in number, money and quotient possibilities. correctly.

measure) eg1.6 ÷ 4 = 4 or 0.4 or 40

Self check within pairs using

calculator.

Mathematics Level F Programme of Study F5

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

NMM

Fractions, Add, subtract, multiply and divide Reinforce mentally Practise skills in everyday Teacher prepared Calculated

percentages fractions including mixed numbers in with simple life problems e.g. cars in the worksheets accurately &

and ratios everyday contexts (use a calculator examples car park, favourite sweets, expressed in

when appropriate) flowers in garden etc. simplest

form.

Calculate percentage increase and Reinforce mentally In running a tuck shop, Cash and Carry

decrease in context eg percentage with simple calculate percentage profit or price list Performed

profit examples loss on sale of individual Calculators calculations

items. correctly.

NMM Know the relationships between Reinforce relationship using

Time distance, speed and time: DST triangle Applied

D correct

D = ST S = D/T T = D/S formula and

S T used correct

Calculate one given the other two Reinforce mentally units

(using appropriate units) with simple Use in calculations related to Timetables Described

examples school journeys / trips journey

Construct and interpret distance - Interpret graphs of school stages.

time graphs (eg. calculate average outings. Prepared graphs Constructed

speed for a journey) Draw graphs of journeys. graphs to

show details

IH of journey.

Probability List possible outcomes of simple Language of Examine coins, dice Dice, coins,

random events, eg. 1,2,3,4,5,6, from probability spinners, packs of cards. spinners, packs of

a rolling die numbered from 1 to 6 cards

using appropriate words such as allocate likelihood of events, correct

highly likely and unlikely expressing in appropriate descriptor.

words and numbers from 0

Know that probability is: to 1.

a measure of chance between 0

and 1

0 for an impossible event

1 for a certain event

Mathematics Level F Programme of Study F6

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

Probability where all the outcomes are equally

likely is:

total number of outcomes

Experiment with rolling dice, Dice, spinners, Calculated

Use this definition of probability to tossing coins, spinners etc , coins probabilities

determine the probability of a familiar recording outcomes in a using

event (eg. An ace from a pack of table and calculating formula.

cards) probabilities.

and improve a solution

NMM Practical examples with bags Balances/ Shown

Algebra Solve further equations and and weights on balances, diagrams of understanding

inequations with more complex recording process in balances by finding

examples eg 5x+7=3x+11 algebraic form. solutions to

7-3(x-2)=1, 2x+1>3 ‘Change side, change sign’. Worksheets given

equations.

Recognise simple relationships Construct formulae from info Information from Identified

Devise, construct and use to solve e.g. costs of hiring a car or appropriate best deal.

problems: mobile phone from various companies

simple formulae companies.

equations Draw graphs to decide ‘best

linear graphs value’.

NMM

Perimeter, Use rules to calculate areas of: Determine relationship Applied

Formulae, non-right-angled triangles (given through drawing shapes on appropriate

Scales the base and height) squared paper. Use formulae formulae to

to calculate areas including calculations

kite

composite shapes. in design

rhombus project.

Project designing school

parallelogram

garden.

composite shapes

Apply to problems

Mathematics Level F Programme of Study F7

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

NMM

Perimeter, Use scales represented by ratios Practical map work Look at OS maps and Selection of maps Determined

Formulae and such as 1:50 000 as widely used in (Social Subjects examine scale details. Use distances

Scales maps link) to calculate distances on correctly.

map and in reality.

NMM

Fractions, Split a quantity in a given ratio Reinforce mentally Given the ratio of ingredients Recipes Calculated

Percentages eg. share £2.80 in the ratio 2:5 with simple calculate volumes/ weights correct

and Ratio examples required e.g. fruit punch. amounts.

In contexts such as money and time

use

Direct proportion Solve problems related to

Inverse proportion tuck shop and school Solved

journeys both by calculation problems

Draw and interpret the graph of (unitary method) and by accurately.

quantities in direct proportion (straight drawing and interpreting

line through origin) graphs.

(Science link)

case

IH

Collect Conduct a survey using structured Language of IH Carry out a survey on pocket Compiled

questionnaires which allow several money (amount and uses) questionnaires

responses to each question and collate data. in suitable

form.

Organise Collate information in an appropriate

manner

charts eg pie charts display pocket money data. suitable

(Social Subjects/Science/ICT link) chart.

Mathematics Level F Programme of Study F8

Assessment

Attainment Attainment Target / Oral /Mental Learning Activities: Resources / Evidence Homework

Outcome Date Learning Outcomes: Agility What will the learners do? Learners

What will the learners achieve? will have:

Strand The child will be able to:

IH

Interpret Retrieve information from a more Language of IH Draw conclusions about Children’s charts Answered

extended range of displays children’s pocket money. from F7 questions

Compare with data provided Selection of relating to

in selection of charts. graphs and charts data.

prepared by

teacher

PS

Situation

IH

Collect Collect information for a task using a Construct a questionnaire on Composed

sampling strategy which avoids bias leisure interests or favourite questions

(Environmental Studies Link) tuck shop items. Select a which avoid

representative sample. bias.

Organise

Collate and analyse data Construct and analyse Drawn

Display

appropriately graphs and charts and report appropriate

Interpret

findings. conclusions.

organised list or table

Level F

Consolidate work, where

Revision

appropriate, prior to testing at

Level F. Children who have

successfully completed the

programme are now ready for the

Level F National Test.

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