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1 MATHEMATICS - SCHEMES OF WORK For Children Aged 7 to 12 Mathematics Lessons Structure Time Approx. 90 minutes 1. Remind class of last topic area explored and relate to current topic. 2. Discuss and explore with concrete and abstract examples. 3. Experiments where appropriate, possible and necessary. 4. Drama Pupils enact areas of topic where appropriate. 5. Group Work Set small groups an area to explore. 6. Practical Application Discuss how topic area is applied in every life. 7. Making Connections Discuss and explore connections between topic and other topic areas and subjects. 8. Media Using video clips and programmes and/or computer programmes and websites where appropriate. 9. Individual Activity Work. 10. Plenary Learning From Mistakes. 11. Quiz. Resources 1. Maths Books 2. BBC Primary Learning 3. DK Maths 4. National Numeracy Strategy 5. CGP Workbooks 6. Past SATS Tests 7. Number Beads 1 10, Number Cards Small & Large 9. Number Rods Small 10. Montessori Fractions Set 11. Montessori Geometry Shapes 2D & 3D 12. Calculators 13. Measuring Equipment 14. Number Games 15. Internet 16. Apple Mac & PC Windows Computer & Programmes Mathematics Subject Areas 1. Numbers & Number Systems 2. Calculations 3. Mathematical Problems & Puzzles 4. Measurements 5. Geometry 6. Data / Statistics

2 YEAR 3 Autumn Term 1. NUMBERS & NUMBER SYSTEMS 1. Numbers & Mathematics a. Origins of Numbers b. Nature & Function of Numbers 2. Counting & Number Sequences a. Counting in 2 s, 3 s, 4 s & 5 s b. Counting in Tens c. Counting in Hundreds d. Counting in Thousands 3. Place Value a. Units b. Tens c. Hundreds d. Thousands e. Number Lines 4. Even / Odd Numbers a. Even Numbers b. Odd Numbers 5. Written Numbers a. Words to Numbers b. Numbers to Words 6. Estimating & Rounding a. Quantities b. Addition c. Subtraction 7. Mathematical Symbols a. +, - b. >, < and =

3 2. CALCULATIONS 8. Addition a. Single Digit Addition b. Mental Addition Strategies c. Number Bonds to Subtraction a. Single Digit Subtraction b. Subtraction The Inverse of Addition c. Mental Subtraction Strategies d. Inverse Number Bonds to Multiplication a. Doubling Numbers 11. Division a. Sharing Quantities b. Halving Numbers 12. Checking Results a. Repeating Addition in Different Order b. Check with Inverse Sum c. Checking Through Approximating 3. MATHEMATICAL PROBLEMS & PUZZLES 13. Making Decisions a. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations for Addition & Subtraction Problems 14. Reasoning About Numbers & Shapes a. Solving Simple Mathematics Problems & Puzzles b. Experimenting with Mathematical Statements c. Explaining Methods and Reasoning Orally 15. Solving Real Life Mathematical Problems

4 a. Mathematical Problems Involving Additions b. Mathematical Problems Involving Subtractions 4. MEASUREMENTS 16. Understanding the Vocabulary of Measurements a. Length b. Width 17. Understanding the Vocabulary of Time a. Seconds, Minutes & Hours b. AM & PM c. Days & Weeks d. Months & Years 18. Using Measurement Equipment a. Using Rulers 19. Using Standard Unit Measurement Formulas & Symbols a. Centimetres cm Spring Term 1. NUMBERS & NUMBER SYSTEMS 20. Numbers & Mathematics a. Origins of Numbers b. Nature & Function of Numbers 21. Counting & Number Sequences a. Counting in 2 s, 3 s, 4 s & 5 s b. Counting in Tens c. Counting in Hundreds d. Counting in Thousands

5 22. Place Value a. Units b. Tens c. Hundreds d. Thousands e. Number Lines f. Positive & Negative Whole Numbers 23. Even / Odd Numbers a. Even Numbers b. Odd Numbers 24. Written Numbers a. Words to Numbers b. Numbers to Words 25. Estimating & Rounding a. Quantities b. Addition c. Subtraction 26. Mathematical Symbols a. +, -, x and division symbol b. >, < and = 2. CALCULATIONS 27. Addition a. Single Digit Addition b. Mental Addition Strategies c. Number Bonds to 10 d. Two & More Digit Addition e. Using Columns for Addition 28. Subtraction a. Single Digit Subtraction b. Subtraction The Inverse of Addition c. Mental Subtraction Strategies d. Inverse Number Bonds to 10

6 e. Two or More Digit Subtraction f. Using Columns for Subtraction 29. Multiplication a. Doubling Numbers b. 2, 3, 4 & 5 Times Tables c. Times Tables Patterns & Strategies 30. Division a. Sharing Quantities b. Halving Numbers c. Division The Inverse of Multiplication 31. Checking Results a. Repeating Addition in Different Order b. Check with Inverse Sum c. Repeating Multiplication in Different Order d. Checking Through Approximating 3. MATHEMATICAL PROBLEMS & PUZZLES 32. Making Decisions a. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations for Addition & Subtraction Problems 33. Reasoning About Numbers & Shapes a. Solving Simple Mathematics Problems & Puzzles b. Experimenting with Mathematical Statements c. Explaining Methods and Reasoning Orally 34. Solving Real Life Mathematical Problems a. Mathematical Problems Involving Additions b. Mathematical Problems Involving Subtractions c. Mathematical Problems Involving Time

7 4. MEASUREMENTS 35. Understanding the Vocabulary of Measurements a. Length b. Width 36. Understanding the Vocabulary of Time a. Seconds, Minutes & Hours b. AM & PM c. Days & Weeks d. Months & Years e. Timetables f. Calendars g. Analogue Clocks h. Digital Clocks 37. Using Measurement Equipment a. Using Rulers 38. Using Standard Unit Measurement Formulas & Symbols a. Centimetres cm b. Metres m c. Millimetres mm 5. GEOMETRY D Shapes a. Circles i. Properties & Features ii. Real Life Examples iii. Degrees 360 degrees iv. Semi-circles b. Squares i. Properties & Features ii. Real Life Examples iii. Right Angles 90 degrees c. Rectangles i. Properties & Features ii. Real Life Examples iii. Right Angles 90 degrees d. Triangles

8 i. Properties & Features ii. Real Life Examples Summer Term 1. NUMBERS & NUMBER SYSTEMS 40. Numbers & Mathematics a. Origins of Numbers b. Nature & Function of Numbers 41. Counting & Number Sequences a. Counting in 2 s, 3 s, 4 s & 5 s b. Counting in Tens c. Counting in Hundreds d. Counting in Thousands 42. Place Value a. Units b. Tens c. Hundreds d. Thousands e. Number Lines f. Positive & Negative Whole Numbers g. Ratio & Proportion 43. Even / Odd Numbers a. Even Numbers b. Odd Numbers 44. Written Numbers a. Words to Numbers b. Numbers to Words 45. Estimating & Rounding a. Quantities b. Addition c. Subtraction

9 46. Mathematical Symbols a. +, -, x and division symbol b. >, < and = 2. CALCULATIONS 47. Addition a. Single Digit Addition b. Mental Addition Strategies c. Number Bonds to 10 d. Two & More Digit Addition e. Using Columns for Addition 48. Subtraction a. Single Digit Subtraction b. Subtraction The Inverse of Addition c. Mental Subtraction Strategies d. Inverse Number Bonds to 10 e. Two or More Digit Subtraction f. Using Columns for Subtraction 49. Multiplication a. Doubling Numbers b. The Times Tables to 12 x c. Times Tables Patterns & Strategies 50. Division a. Sharing Quantities b. Halving Numbers c. Division The Inverse of Multiplication 51. Checking Results a. Repeating Addition in Different Order b. Check with Inverse Sum c. Repeating Multiplication in Different Order d. Checking Through Approximating

10 3. MATHEMATICAL PROBLEMS & PUZZLES 52. Making Decisions a. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations for Addition & Subtraction Problems 53. Reasoning About Numbers & Shapes a. Solving Simple Mathematics Problems & Puzzles b. Experimenting with Mathematical Statements c. Explaining Methods and Reasoning Orally 54. Solving Real Life Mathematical Problems a. Mathematical Problems Involving Additions b. Mathematical Problems Involving Subtractions c. Mathematical Problems Involving Shapes d. Mathematical Problems Involving Time e. Stories with Mathematical Problems 4. MEASUREMENTS 55. Understanding the Vocabulary of Measurements a. Length b. Width 56. Understanding the Vocabulary of Time a. Seconds, Minutes & Hours b. AM & PM c. Days & Weeks d. Months & Years e. Timetables f. Calendars g. Analogue Clocks h. Digital Clocks 57. Using Measurement Equipment a. Using Rulers

11 58. Using Standard Unit Measurement Formulas & Symbols a. Centimetres cm b. Metres m c. Millimetres mm 5. GEOMETRY 59. Space a. Position b. Horizontal i. Vertical ii. Parallel iii. Perpendicular c. Compass Position i. N, E, S & W ii. NE, NW, SE & SW d. Direction e. Movement 60. Symmetry a. Reflection b. Symmetrical Patterns c. Repeating Patterns YEAR 4 Autumn Term 1. NUMBERS & NUMBER SYSTEMS 1. Counting & Number Sequences a. Counting in 10 s, 20 s 90 s b. Counting in Hundreds c. Counting in Thousands 2. Place Value a. Millions b. Number Lines

12 c. Positive & Negative Whole Numbers d. Ratio & Proportion 3. Estimating & Rounding a. Quantities b. Addition c. Subtraction d. Multiplication 2. CALCULATIONS 4. Addition a. Mental Addition Strategies b. Two & More Digit Addition c. Number Bonds to 100 d. Addition with Carrying 5. Subtraction a. Mental Subtraction Strategies b. Two or More Digit Subtraction c. Inverse Number Bonds to 100 d. Subtraction with Borrowing 6. Multiplication a. The 2, 3, 4 & 5 Times Tables b. Times Tables Patterns & Strategies 7. Division a. Division & The Times Table 8. Checking Results a. Repeating Addition in Different Order b. Check with Inverse Sum c. Repeating Multiplication in Different Order d. Checking Through Approximating

13 3. MATHEMATICAL PROBLEMS & PUZZLES 9. Making Decisions a. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations for Addition & Subtraction Problems 10. Reasoning About Numbers & Shapes a. Solving Simple Mathematics Problems & Puzzles b. Experimenting with Mathematical Statements c. Explaining Methods and Reasoning Orally 11. Solving Real Life Mathematical Problems a. Mathematical Problems Involving Additions b. Mathematical Problems Involving Subtractions c. Mathematical Problems Involving Multiplying d. Mathematical Problems Involving Sharing e. Mathematical Problems Involving Shapes f. Mathematical Problems Involving Time g. Stories with Mathematical Problems 4. MEASUREMENTS 12. Understanding the Vocabulary of Measurements a. Length b. Width c. Depth d. Angles 13. Understanding the Vocabulary of Time a. 24 Hour Clocks 14. Using Measurement Equipment a. Using Rulers b. Using Protractors 15. Using Standard Unit Measurement Formulas & Symbols a. Kilometres km

14 5. GEOMETRY D Shapes a. Triangles i. Properties & Features ii. Real Life Examples iii. Equilateral Triangles iv. Isosceles Triangles v. Scalene Triangles vi. Acute & Obtuse Angles 17. Space a. Position i. Horizontal ii. Vertical iii. Parallel iv. Perpendicular b. Compass Position i. N, E, S & W ii. NE, NW, SE & SW c. Direction d. Movement 18. Symmetry a. Reflection b. Symmetrical Patterns c. Repeating Patterns d. Rotating Patterns i. Turns Whole, Half, Quarter etc ii. Clockwise iii. Anti-clockwise iv. Rotating at Different Degrees e. Line Symmetry f. Axes of Symmetry Spring Term 1. NUMBERS & NUMBER SYSTEMS 19. Counting & Number Sequences a. Counting in 6 s, 7 s, 8 s & 9 s b. Counting in 10 s, 20 s 90 s

15 c. Counting in Hundreds d. Counting in Thousands 20. Place Value a. Millions b. Number Lines c. Positive & Negative Whole Numbers d. Ratio & Proportion 21. Estimating & Rounding a. Quantities b. Addition c. Subtraction d. Multiplication e. Division 2. CALCULATIONS 22. Addition a. Mental Addition Strategies b. Two & More Digit Addition c. Number Bonds to 100 d. Addition with Carrying e. Combined Addition & Subtraction f. Adding Cash Amounts 23. Subtraction a. Mental Subtraction Strategies b. Two or More Digit Subtraction c. Inverse Number Bonds to 100 d. Subtraction with Borrowing e. Combined Subtraction & Addition f. Subtracting Cash Amounts 24. Multiplication a. The 6, 7, 8 & 9 Times Tables b. Times Tables Patterns & Strategies 25. Division a. Division & The Times Table

16 26. Checking Results a. Repeating Addition in Different Order b. Check with Inverse Sum c. Repeating Multiplication in Different Order d. Checking Through Approximating 3. MATHEMATICAL PROBLEMS & PUZZLES 27. Making Decisions a. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations for Addition & Subtraction Problems b. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations for Single Digit Multiplication & Division Problems 28. Reasoning About Numbers & Shapes a. Solving Simple Mathematics Problems & Puzzles b. Experimenting with Mathematical Statements c. Explaining Methods and Reasoning Orally 29. Solving Real Life Mathematical Problems a. Mathematical Problems Involving Additions b. Mathematical Problems Involving Subtractions c. Mathematical Problems Involving Multiplying d. Mathematical Problems Involving Sharing e. Mathematical Problems Involving Shapes f. Mathematical Problems Involving Money i. Transactions ii. Accounts g. Mathematical Problems Involving Time h. Stories with Mathematical Problems 4. MEASUREMENTS 30. Understanding the Vocabulary of Measurements a. Depth b. Angles

17 31. Understanding the Vocabulary of Time a. 24 Hour Clocks 32. Using Measurement Equipment a. Using Rulers b. Using Protractors 33. Using Standard Unit Measurement Formulas & Symbols a. Inches b. Feet c. Yards d. Miles 5. GEOMETRY D Shapes a. Triangles i. Properties & Features ii. Real Life Examples iii. Equilateral Triangles iv. Isosceles Triangles v. Scalene Triangles vi. Acute & Obtuse Angles 35. Space a. Position i. Horizontal ii. Vertical iii. Parallel iv. Perpendicular b. Compass Position i. N, E, S & W ii. NE, NW, SE & SW c. Direction d. Movement 36. Symmetry a. Reflection b. Symmetrical Patterns

18 c. Repeating Patterns d. Rotating Patterns i. Turns Whole, Half, Quarter etc ii. Clockwise iii. Anti-clockwise iv. Rotating at Different Degrees e. Line Symmetry f. Axes of Symmetry 6. DATA / STATISTICS 37. Understanding Data a. Understanding Data & Statistics b. Use & Misuse of Data c. Classification d. Organisation e. Interpretation 38. Organising Data a. Lists b. Tables Summer Term 1. NUMBERS & NUMBER SYSTEMS 39. Counting & Number Sequences a. Counting in 6 s, 7 s, 8 s & 9 s b. Counting Backwards 40. Place Value a. Millions b. Basic Fractions c. Number Lines d. Positive & Negative Whole Numbers e. Ratio & Proportion 41. Estimating & Rounding a. Quantities

19 b. Addition c. Subtraction d. Multiplication e. Division 42. Mathematical Symbols a. Fraction symbols 2. CALCULATIONS 43. Addition a. Mental Addition Strategies b. Two & More Digit Addition c. Number Bonds to 100 d. Addition with Carrying e. Combined Addition & Subtraction f. Adding Cash Amounts g. Adding Fractions h. Adding Whole Numbers with Fractions 44. Subtraction a. Mental Subtraction Strategies b. Two or More Digit Subtraction c. Inverse Number Bonds to 100 d. Subtraction with Borrowing e. Combined Subtraction & Addition f. Subtracting Cash Amounts g. Subtracting Fractions h. Subtracting Whole Numbers with Fractions 45. Multiplication a. The Times Tables to 9 x b. Times Tables Patterns & Strategies 46. Division a. Division & The Times Table b. Division with Remainders 47. Checking Results a. Repeating Addition in Different Order

20 b. Check with Inverse Sum c. Repeating Multiplication in Different Order d. Checking Through Approximating 3. MATHEMATICAL PROBLEMS & PUZZLES 48. Making Decisions a. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations for Addition & Subtraction Problems b. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations for Single Diigt Multiplication & Division Problems 49. Reasoning About Numbers & Shapes a. Solving Simple Mathematics Problems & Puzzles b. Experimenting with Mathematical Statements c. Explaining Methods and Reasoning Orally 50. Solving Real Life Mathematical Problems a. Mathematical Problems Involving Additions b. Mathematical Problems Involving Subtractions c. Mathematical Problems Involving Multiplying d. Mathematical Problems Involving Sharing e. Mathematical Problems Involving Shapes f. Mathematical Problems Involving Money i. Transactions ii. Accounts g. Mathematical Problems Involving Time h. Stories with Mathematical Problems 4. MEASUREMENTS 51. Understanding the Vocabulary of Measurements a. Length b. Width c. Depth d. Angles 52. Understanding the Vocabulary of Time a. 24 Hour Clocks

21 53. Using Measurement Equipment a. Using Rulers b. Using Protractors 54. Using Standard Unit Measurement Formulas & Symbols a. Kilometres km b. Inches c. Feet d. Yards e. Miles 6. DATA / STATISTICS 55. Understanding Data a. Understanding Data & Statistics b. Use & Misuse of Data c. Classification d. Organisation e. Interpretation 56. Organising Data a. Lists b. Tables c. Diagrams i. Pictograms d. Graphs i. Block Graphs ii. Line Graphs e. Charts i. Bar Charts ii. Bar Line Charts

22 YEAR 5 Autumn Term 1. NUMBERS & NUMBER SYSTEMS 1. Place Value a. Decimals b. Converting BasicFractions into Decimals & Vice Versa c. Number Lines d. Positive & Negative Whole Numbers e. Ratio & Proportion 2. Estimating & Rounding a. Quantities b. Addition c. Subtraction d. Multiplication e. Division 3. Mathematical Symbols a. Advanced Mathematical Symbols 2. CALCULATIONS 4. Addition a. Mental Addition Strategies b. Two & More Digit Addition c. Number Bonds to 100 d. Addition with Carrying e. Combined Addition & Subtraction f. Other Partition Sums g. Decimal Bonds to 1.0 h. Addition with Whole Numbers plus Decimals i. Adding Cash Amounts j. Adding Fractions k. Adding Whole Numbers with Fractions 5. Subtraction a. Mental Subtraction Strategies

23 b. Two or More Digit Subtraction c. Inverse Number Bonds to 100 d. Subtraction with Borrowing e. Combined Subtraction & Addition f. Other Partition Sums g. Inverse Decimal Bonds to 1.0 h. Subtraction with Whole Numbers plus Decimals i. Subtracting Cash Amounts j. Subtracting Fractions k. Subtracting Whole Numbers with Fractions 6. Multiplication a. The 10, 11 & 12 Times Tables b. Times Tables Patterns & Strategies 7. Checking Results a. Repeating Addition in Different Order b. Check with Inverse Sum c. Repeating Multiplication in Different Order d. Checking Through Approximating e. Checking Answers Using a Calculator 3. MATHEMATICAL PROBLEMS & PUZZLES 8. Making Decisions a. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations for Addition & Subtraction Problems b. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations for Multiplication & Division Problems c. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations Using a Calculator 9. Reasoning About Numbers & Shapes a. Experimenting with Mathematical Statements b. Solving Mathematics Problems & Puzzles c. Explaining Methods and Reasoning Orally d. Expressing Numbers in a Formula 10. Solving Real Life Mathematical Problems a. Mathematical Problems Involving Additions b. Mathematical Problems Involving Subtractions c. Mathematical Problems Involving Multiplying

24 d. Mathematical Problems Involving Sharing e. Mathematical Problems Involving Shapes f. Mathematical Problems Involving Distance g. Mathematical Problems Involving Money i. Transactions ii. Accounts h. Mathematical Problems Involving Time i. Mathematical Problems Involving Conversions j. Stories with Mathematical Problems 4. MEASUREMENTS 11. Understanding the Vocabulary of Measurements a. Depth b. Angles c. Perimeter 12. Understanding the Vocabulary of Time a. World Time Zones 13. Using Measurement Equipment a. Using Rulers b. Using Protractors 14. Using Standard Unit Measurement Formulas & Symbols a. Centimetres cm b. Metres m c. Millimetres mm d. Kilometres km e. Square Centimetres cm2 f. Square Metres m2 g. Inches h. Feet i. Yards j. Miles

25 5. GEOMETRY D Shapes a. Pentagons i. Properties & Features ii. Real Life Examples iii. Angles 72 degrees b. Hexagons i. Properties & Features ii. Real Life Examples iii. Angles 60 degrees c. Octagons i. Properties & Features ii. Real Life Examples iii. Angles 45 degrees 16. Space a. Position i. Horizontal ii. Vertical iii. Parallel iv. Perpendicular b. Direction c. Movement d. Grids i. Rows & Columns ii. Co-ordinates 17. Symmetry a. Reflection b. Symmetrical Patterns c. Repeating Patterns d. Rotating Patterns i. Turns Whole, Half, Quarter etc ii. Clockwise iii. Anti-clockwise iv. Rotating at Different Degrees e. Line Symmetry f. Axes of Symmetry

26 6. DATA / STATISTICS 18. Understanding Data a. Understanding Data & Statistics b. Use & Misuse of Data c. Classification d. Organisation e. Interpretation f. Accuracy g. Probability h. Uncertainty 19. Organising Data a. Lists b. Tables c. Diagrams i. Pictograms ii. Venn Diagrams iii. Carroll Diagrams d. Graphs i. Block Graphs ii. Line Graphs e. Charts i. Bar Charts ii. Bar Line Charts iii. Pie Charts Spring Term 1. NUMBERS & NUMBER SYSTEMS 20. Counting & Number Sequences a. Prime Numbers 21. Place Value a. Decimals b. Converting Fractions into Decimals & Vice Versa c. Number Lines d. Positive & Negative Whole Numbers e. Ratio & Proportion

27 22. Estimating & Rounding a. Quantities b. Addition c. Subtraction d. Multiplication e. Division 23. Mathematical Symbols a. Advanced Mathematical Symbols 2. CALCULATIONS 24. Addition a. Mental Addition Strategies b. Two & More Digit Addition c. Number Bonds to 100 d. Addition with Carrying e. Combined Addition & Subtraction f. Other Partition Sums g. Decimal Bonds to 1.0 h. Addition with Whole Numbers plus Decimals i. Adding Cash Amounts j. Adding Decimal Numbers k. Adding Fractions l. Adding Whole Numbers with Fractions 25. Subtraction a. Mental Subtraction Strategies b. Two or More Digit Subtraction c. Inverse Number Bonds to 100 d. Subtraction with Borrowing e. Combined Subtraction & Addition f. Other Partition Sums g. Inverse Decimal Bonds to 1.0 h. Subtraction with Whole Numbers plus Decimals i. Subtracting Cash Amounts j. Subtracting Decimal Numbers k. Subtracting Fractions l. Subtracting Whole Numbers with Fractions

28 26. Multiplication a. The Times Tables to 12 x b. Times Tables Patterns & Strategies c. Multiplication Using a Calculator 27. Division a. Division Using a Calculator 28. Combined Calculations a. Averages i. Median ii. Mean 29. Checking Results a. Repeating Addition in Different Order b. Check with Inverse Sum c. Repeating Multiplication in Different Order d. Checking Through Approximating e. Checking Answers Using a Calculator 3. MATHEMATICAL PROBLEMS & PUZZLES 30. Making Decisions a. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations for Addition & Subtraction Problems b. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations for Multiplication & Division Problems c. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations Using a Calculator 31. Reasoning About Numbers & Shapes a. Experimenting with Mathematical Statements b. Solving Mathematics Problems & Puzzles c. Explaining Methods and Reasoning Orally d. Expressing Numbers in a Formula 32. Solving Real Life Mathematical Problems a. Mathematical Problems Involving Additions b. Mathematical Problems Involving Subtractions

29 c. Mathematical Problems Involving Multiplying d. Mathematical Problems Involving Sharing e. Mathematical Problems Involving Shapes f. Mathematical Problems Involving Distance g. Mathematical Problems Involving Money i. Transactions ii. Accounts h. Mathematical Problems Involving Time i. Mathematical Problems Involving Conversions j. Mathematical Problems Involving Averages k. Stories with Mathematical Problems 4. MEASUREMENTS 33. Understanding the Vocabulary of Measurements a. Depth b. Angles c. Perimeter d. Mass e. Capacity 34. Using Measurement Equipment a. Using Rulers b. Using Protractors c. Using Scales 35. Using Standard Unit Measurement Formulas & Symbols a. Grams g b. Kilograms kg c. Millilitres ml d. Litres l e. Pints f. Gallons 5. GEOMETRY D Shapes a. Cubes i. Properties & Features ii. Real Life Examples

30 iii. Making Shape iv. Drawing Shape b. Cuboids i. Properties & Features ii. Real Life Examples iii. Making Shape iv. Drawing Shape c. Spheres & Hemi-spheres i. Properties & Features ii. Real Life Examples iii. Making Shape iv. Drawing Shape 37. Space a. Position i. Horizontal ii. Vertical iii. Parallel iv. Perpendicular b. Direction c. Movement d. Grids i. Rows & Columns ii. Co-ordinates 38. Symmetry a. Reflection b. Symmetrical Patterns c. Repeating Patterns d. Rotating Patterns i. Turns Whole, Half, Quarter etc ii. Clockwise iii. Anti-clockwise iv. Rotating at Different Degrees e. Line Symmetry f. Axes of Symmetry 6. DATA / STATISTICS 39. Understanding Data a. Understanding Data & Statistics b. Use & Misuse of Data c. Classification d. Organisation

31 e. Interpretation f. Accuracy g. Probability h. Uncertainty i. Mode j. Range k. Median l. Mean 40. Organising Data a. Lists b. Tables c. Diagrams i. Pictograms ii. Venn Diagrams iii. Carroll Diagrams d. Graphs i. Block Graphs ii. Line Graphs e. Charts i. Bar Charts ii. Bar Line Charts iii. Pie Charts f. Databases g. Organising Data on a Computer Summer Term 1. NUMBERS & NUMBER SYSTEMS 41. Counting & Number Sequences a. Prime Numbers 42. Place Value a. Decimals b. Converting Fractions into Decimals & Vice Versa c. Number Lines d. Positive & Negative Whole Numbers e. Ratio & Proportion 43. Estimating & Rounding a. Quantities

32 b. Addition c. Subtraction d. Multiplication e. Division 44. Mathematical Symbols a. Advanced Mathematical Symbols 2. CALCULATIONS 45. Addition a. Mental Addition Strategies b. Two & More Digit Addition c. Number Bonds to 100 d. Addition with Carrying e. Combined Addition & Subtraction f. Other Partition Sums g. Decimal Bonds to 1.0 h. Addition with Whole Numbers plus Decimals i. Adding Cash Amounts j. Adding Decimal Numbers k. Adding Fractions l. Adding Whole Numbers with Fractions 46. Subtraction a. Mental Subtraction Strategies b. Two or More Digit Subtraction c. Inverse Number Bonds to 100 d. Subtraction with Borrowing e. Combined Subtraction & Addition f. Other Partition Sums g. Inverse Decimal Bonds to 1.0 h. Subtraction with Whole Numbers plus Decimals i. Subtracting Cash Amounts j. Subtracting Decimal Numbers k. Subtracting Fractions l. Subtracting Whole Numbers with Fractions 47. Multiplication a. The Times Tables to 12 x b. Times Tables Patterns & Strategies c. Long Multiplication d. Using Columns for Multiplication

33 e. Partition Sums f. Multiplying Cash Amount g. Multiplication Using a Calculator 48. Division a. Division Using a Calculator 49. Combined Calculations a. Averages i. Median ii. Mean b. Converting Numbers 50. Checking Results a. Repeating Addition in Different Order b. Check with Inverse Sum c. Repeating Multiplication in Different Order d. Checking Through Approximating e. Checking Answers Using a Calculator 3. MATHEMATICAL PROBLEMS & PUZZLES 51. Making Decisions a. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations for Addition & Subtraction Problems b. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations for Multiplication & Division Problems c. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations Using a Calculator 52. Reasoning About Numbers & Shapes a. Experimenting with Mathematical Statements b. Solving Mathematics Problems & Puzzles c. Explaining Methods and Reasoning Orally d. Expressing Numbers in a Formula 53. Solving Real Life Mathematical Problems a. Mathematical Problems Involving Additions b. Mathematical Problems Involving Subtractions c. Mathematical Problems Involving Multiplying d. Mathematical Problems Involving Sharing

34 e. Mathematical Problems Involving Shapes f. Mathematical Problems Involving Distance g. Mathematical Problems Involving Money i. Transactions ii. Accounts h. Mathematical Problems Involving Time i. Mathematical Problems Involving Conversions j. Mathematical Problems Involving Averages k. Stories with Mathematical Problems 4. MEASUREMENTS 54. Understanding the Vocabulary of Measurements a. Depth b. Angles c. Perimeter d. Mass e. Capacity 55. Using Measurement Equipment a. Using Rulers b. Using Protractors c. Using Scales 56. Using Standard Unit Measurement Formulas & Symbols a. Centimetres cm b. Metres m c. Millimetres mm d. Kilometres km e. Square Centimetres cm2 f. Square Metres m2 g. Inches h. Feet i. Yards j. Miles k. Grams g l. Kilograms kg m. Millilitres ml n. Litres l o. Pints p. Gallons q. Conversions i. Converting Larger to Smaller Units

35 ii. Converting Smaller to Larger Units 5. GEOMETRY 57. Space a. Position i. Horizontal ii. Vertical iii. Parallel iv. Perpendicular b. Direction c. Movement d. Grids i. Rows & Columns ii. Co-ordinates 58. Symmetry a. Reflection b. Symmetrical Patterns c. Repeating Patterns d. Rotating Patterns i. Turns Whole, Half, Quarter etc ii. Clockwise iii. Anti-clockwise iv. Rotating at Different Degrees e. Line Symmetry f. Axes of Symmetry 6. DATA / STATISTICS 59. Understanding Data a. Understanding Data & Statistics b. Use & Misuse of Data c. Classification d. Organisation e. Interpretation f. Accuracy g. Probability h. Uncertainty i. Mode j. Range k. Median l. Mean

36 60. Organising Data a. Lists b. Tables c. Diagrams i. Pictograms ii. Venn Diagrams iii. Carroll Diagrams d. Graphs i. Block Graphs ii. Line Graphs e. Charts i. Bar Charts ii. Bar Line Charts iii. Pie Charts f. Databases g. Organising Data on a Computer YEAR 6 Autumn Term 1. NUMBERS & NUMBER SYSTEMS 61. Numbers & Mathematics a. History of Mathematics i. Ancient Mathematics ii. Medieval Mathematics iii. Modern Mathematics 62. Counting & Number Sequences a. Square Numbers 63. Place Value a. Number Lines b. Positive & Negative Whole Numbers c. Ratio & Proportion 64. Estimating & Rounding a. Multiplication b. Division

37 65. Mathematical Symbols a. Advanced Mathematical Symbols 2. CALCULATIONS 66. Addition a. Mental Addition Strategies b. Two & More Digit Addition c. Addition with Carrying d. Combined Addition & Subtraction e. Other Partition Sums f. Decimal Bonds to 1.0 g. Addition with Whole Numbers plus Decimals h. Adding Cash Amounts i. Adding Decimal Numbers j. Adding Fractions k. Adding Whole Numbers with Fractions 67. Subtraction a. Mental Subtraction Strategies b. Two or More Digit Subtraction c. Subtraction with Borrowing d. Combined Subtraction & Addition e. Other Partition Sums f. Inverse Decimal Bonds to 1.0 g. Subtraction with Whole Numbers plus Decimals h. Subtracting Cash Amounts i. Subtracting Decimal Numbers j. Subtracting Fractions k. Subtracting Whole Numbers with Fractions 68. Multiplication a. Doubling Numbers b. The Times Tables to 12 x c. Times Tables Patterns & Strategies d. Square Numbers e. Long Multiplication f. Using Columns for Multiplication g. Partition Sums h. Multiplying Cash Amount i. Multiplication Using a Calculator

38 69. Division a. Long Division b. Partition Sums c. Converting Division Remainders into Decimals d. Long Division with Decimals Answers e. Dividing Cash Amount f. Division Using a Calculator 70. Combined Calculations a. Averages i. Median ii. Mean b. Percentages c. Converting Numbers 71. Checking Results a. Repeating Addition in Different Order b. Check with Inverse Sum c. Repeating Multiplication in Different Order d. Checking Through Approximating e. Checking Answers Using a Calculator 3. MATHEMATICAL PROBLEMS & PUZZLES 72. Making Decisions a. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations for Addition & Subtraction Problems b. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations for Multiplication & Division Problems c. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations Using a Calculator 73. Reasoning About Numbers & Shapes a. Experimenting with Mathematical Statements b. Solving Mathematics Problems & Puzzles c. Explaining Methods and Reasoning Orally d. Expressing Numbers in a Formula 74. Solving Real Life Mathematical Problems a. Mathematical Problems Involving Additions b. Mathematical Problems Involving Subtractions

39 c. Mathematical Problems Involving Multiplying d. Mathematical Problems Involving Sharing e. Mathematical Problems Involving Shapes f. Mathematical Problems Involving Distance g. Mathematical Problems Involving Money i. Transactions ii. Accounts h. Mathematical Problems Involving Time i. Mathematical Problems Involving Conversions j. Mathematical Problems Involving Percentage k. Mathematical Problems Involving Averages l. Stories with Mathematical Problems 4. MEASUREMENTS 75. Understanding the Vocabulary of Measurements a. Angles b. Perimeter c. Mass d. Capacity 76. Using Measurement Equipment a. Using Rulers b. Using Protractors c. Using Scales 77. Using Standard Unit Measurement Formulas & Symbols a. Centimetres cm b. Metres m c. Millimetres mm d. Kilometres km e. Square Centimetres cm2 f. Square Metres m2 g. Inches h. Feet i. Yards j. Miles k. Grams g l. Kilograms kg m. Millilitres ml n. Litres l o. Pints p. Gallons

40 q. Conversions i. Converting Larger to Smaller Units ii. Converting Smaller to Larger Units 5. GEOMETRY D Shapes a. Irregular Shapes i. Properties & Features ii. Real Life Examples iii. Angles D Shapes a. Cylinders i. Properties & Features ii. Real Life Examples iii. Making Shape iv. Drawing Shape b. Cones i. Properties & Features ii. Real Life Examples iii. Making Shape iv. Drawing Shape 80. Space a. Grids i. Rows & Columns ii. Co-ordinates 81. Symmetry a. Reflection b. Symmetrical Patterns c. Repeating Patterns d. Rotating Patterns i. Turns Whole, Half, Quarter etc ii. Clockwise iii. Anti-clockwise iv. Rotating at Different Degrees e. Line Symmetry f. Axes of Symmetry

41 6. DATA / STATISTICS 82. Understanding Data a. Use & Misuse of Data b. Classification c. Organisation d. Interpretation e. Accuracy f. Probability g. Uncertainty h. Mode i. Range j. Median k. Mean 83. Organising Data a. Lists b. Tables c. Diagrams i. Pictograms ii. Venn Diagrams iii. Carroll Diagrams d. Graphs i. Block Graphs ii. Line Graphs e. Charts f. Bar Charts i. Bar Line Charts ii. Pie Charts g. Databases h. Organising Data on a Computer Spring Term 1. NUMBERS & NUMBER SYSTEMS 84. Counting & Number Sequences a. Square Numbers 85. Place Value a. Number Lines b. Positive & Negative Whole Numbers c. Ratio & Proportion

42 86. Estimating & Rounding a. Multiplication b. Division 87. Mathematical Symbols a. Advanced Mathematical Symbols 2. CALCULATIONS 88. Addition a. Mental Addition Strategies b. Two & More Digit Addition c. Addition with Carrying d. Combined Addition & Subtraction e. Other Partition Sums f. Decimal Bonds to 1.0 g. Addition with Whole Numbers plus Decimals h. Adding Cash Amounts i. Adding Decimal Numbers j. Adding Fractions k. Adding Whole Numbers with Fractions 89. Subtraction a. Mental Subtraction Strategies b. Two or More Digit Subtraction c. Subtraction with Borrowing d. Combined Subtraction & Addition e. Other Partition Sums f. Inverse Decimal Bonds to 1.0 g. Subtraction with Whole Numbers plus Decimals h. Subtracting Cash Amounts i. Subtracting Decimal Numbers j. Subtracting Fractions k. Subtracting Whole Numbers with Fractions 90. Multiplication a. Doubling Numbers b. The Times Tables to 12 x c. Times Tables Patterns & Strategies d. Square Numbers e. Long Multiplication

43 f. Using Columns for Multiplication g. Partition Sums h. Multiplication with Factors i. Multiplication with Whole Numbers Plus Decimals j. Multiplying Cash Amount k. Multiplying Whole Numbers Plus Fractions l. Multiplication Using a Calculator 91. Division a. Long Division b. Partition Sums c. Division with Factors d. Converting Division Remainders into Decimals e. Long Division with Decimals Answers f. Division with Whole Numbers plus Decimals g. Dividing Cash Amount h. Dividing Whole Numbers plus Fractions i. Division Using a Calculator 92. Combined Calculations a. Averages i. Median ii. Mean b. Percentages c. Speed, Distance & Time d. Converting Numbers 93. Checking Results a. Repeating Addition in Different Order b. Check with Inverse Sum c. Repeating Multiplication in Different Order d. Checking Through Approximating e. Checking Answers Using a Calculator 3. MATHEMATICAL PROBLEMS & PUZZLES 94. Making Decisions a. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations for Addition & Subtraction Problems b. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations for Multiplication & Division Problems c. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations Using a Calculator

44 95. Reasoning About Numbers & Shapes a. Experimenting with Mathematical Statements b. Solving Mathematics Problems & Puzzles c. Explaining Methods and Reasoning Orally d. Expressing Numbers in a Formula 96. Solving Real Life Mathematical Problems a. Mathematical Problems Involving Additions b. Mathematical Problems Involving Subtractions c. Mathematical Problems Involving Multiplying d. Mathematical Problems Involving Sharing e. Mathematical Problems Involving Shapes f. Mathematical Problems Involving Distance g. Mathematical Problems Involving Money i. Transactions ii. Accounts h. Mathematical Problems Involving Time i. Mathematical Problems Involving Conversions j. Mathematical Problems Involving Percentage k. Mathematical Problems Involving Averages l. Mathematical Problems Involving Speed, Distance & Time m. Stories with Mathematical Problems 4. MEASUREMENTS 97. Understanding the Vocabulary of Measurements a. Angles b. Perimeter c. Mass d. Capacity 98. Using Measurement Equipment a. Using Rulers b. Using Protractors c. Using Scales 99. Using Standard Unit Measurement Formulas & Symbols a. Centimetres cm b. Metres m c. Millimetres mm

45 d. Kilometres km e. Square Centimetres cm2 f. Square Metres m2 g. Inches h. Feet i. Yards j. Miles k. Grams g l. Kilograms kg m. Millilitres ml n. Litres l o. Pints p. Gallons q. Conversions i. Converting Larger to Smaller Units ii. Converting Smaller to Larger Units iii. Converting Metric into Imperial iv. Converting Imperial into Metric 5. GEOMETRY D Shapes a. Irregular Shapes i. Properties & Features ii. Real Life Examples iii. Angles D Shapes a. Pyramids i. Properties & Features ii. Real Life Examples iii. Making Shape iv. Drawing Shape b. Prisms i. Properties & Features ii. Real Life Examples iii. Making Shape iv. Drawing Shape 102. Space a. Grids i. Rows & Columns ii. Co-ordinates

46 103. Symmetry a. Reflection b. Symmetrical Patterns c. Repeating Patterns d. Rotating Patterns i. Turns Whole, Half, Quarter etc ii. Clockwise iii. Anti-clockwise iv. Rotating at Different Degrees e. Line Symmetry f. Axes of Symmetry 6. DATA / STATISTICS 104. Understanding Data a. Use & Misuse of Data b. Classification c. Organisation d. Interpretation e. Accuracy f. Probability g. Uncertainty h. Mode i. Range j. Median k. Mean 105. Organising Data a. Lists b. Tables c. Diagrams i. Pictograms ii. Venn Diagrams iii. Carroll Diagrams d. Graphs i. Block Graphs ii. Line Graphs e. Charts f. Bar Charts i. Bar Line Charts ii. Pie Charts g. Databases h. Organising Data on a Computer

47 Summer Term 1. NUMBERS & NUMBER SYSTEMS 106. Counting & Number Sequences a. Square Numbers 107. Place Value a. Number Lines b. Positive & Negative Whole Numbers c. Ratio & Proportion 108. Estimating & Rounding a. Multiplication b. Division 109. Mathematical Symbols a. Advanced Mathematical Symbols 2. CALCULATIONS 110. Addition a. Mental Addition Strategies b. Two & More Digit Addition c. Addition with Carrying d. Combined Addition & Subtraction e. Other Partition Sums f. Decimal Bonds to 1.0 g. Addition with Whole Numbers plus Decimals h. Adding Cash Amounts i. Adding Decimal Numbers j. Adding Fractions k. Adding Whole Numbers with Fractions 111. Subtraction a. Mental Subtraction Strategies b. Two or More Digit Subtraction c. Subtraction with Borrowing d. Combined Subtraction & Addition

48 e. Other Partition Sums f. Inverse Decimal Bonds to 1.0 g. Subtraction with Whole Numbers plus Decimals h. Subtracting Cash Amounts i. Subtracting Decimal Numbers j. Subtracting Fractions k. Subtracting Whole Numbers with Fractions 112. Multiplication a. Doubling Numbers b. The Times Tables to 12 x c. Times Tables Patterns & Strategies d. Square Numbers e. Long Multiplication f. Using Columns for Multiplication g. Partition Sums h. Multiplication with Factors i. Multiplication with Whole Numbers Plus Decimals j. Multiplying Cash Amount k. Multiplying Decimals l. Multiplying Whole Numbers Plus Fractions m. Multiplying Fractions n. Multiplication Using a Calculator 113. Division a. Long Division b. Partition Sums c. Division with Factors d. Converting Division Remainders into Decimals e. Long Division with Decimals Answers f. Division with Whole Numbers plus Decimals g. Dividing Cash Amount h. Dividing Decimals i. Dividing Whole Numbers plus Fractions j. Dividing Fractions k. Division Using a Calculator 114. Combined Calculations a. Averages i. Median ii. Mean b. Percentages c. Speed, Distance & Time d. Converting Numbers

49 115. Checking Results a. Repeating Addition in Different Order b. Check with Inverse Sum c. Repeating Multiplication in Different Order d. Checking Through Approximating e. Checking Answers Using a Calculator 3. MATHEMATICAL PROBLEMS & PUZZLES 116. Making Decisions a. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations for Addition & Subtraction Problems b. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations for Multiplication & Division Problems c. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations Using a Calculator 117. Reasoning About Numbers & Shapes a. Experimenting with Mathematical Statements b. Solving Mathematics Problems & Puzzles c. Explaining Methods and Reasoning Orally d. Expressing Numbers in a Formula 118. Solving Real Life Mathematical Problems a. Mathematical Problems Involving Additions b. Mathematical Problems Involving Subtractions c. Mathematical Problems Involving Multiplying d. Mathematical Problems Involving Sharing e. Mathematical Problems Involving Shapes f. Mathematical Problems Involving Distance g. Mathematical Problems Involving Money i. Transactions ii. Accounts h. Mathematical Problems Involving Time i. Mathematical Problems Involving Conversions j. Mathematical Problems Involving Percentage k. Mathematical Problems Involving Averages l. Mathematical Problems Involving Speed, Distance & Time m. Stories with Mathematical Problems

50 4. MEASUREMENTS 119. Understanding the Vocabulary of Measurements a. Angles b. Perimeter c. Mass d. Capacity 120. Using Measurement Equipment a. Using Rulers b. Using Protractors c. Using Scales 121. Using Standard Unit Measurement Formulas & Symbols a. Centimetres cm b. Metres m c. Millimetres mm d. Kilometres km e. Square Centimetres cm2 f. Square Metres m2 g. Inches h. Feet i. Yards j. Miles k. Grams g l. Kilograms kg m. Millilitres ml n. Litres l o. Pints p. Gallons q. Conversions i. Converting Larger to Smaller Units ii. Converting Smaller to Larger Units iii. Converting Metric into Imperial iv. Converting Imperial into Metric 5. GEOMETRY 122. Space a. Grids i. Rows & Columns

51 ii. Co-ordinates 123. Symmetry a. Reflection b. Symmetrical Patterns c. Repeating Patterns d. Rotating Patterns i. Turns Whole, Half, Quarter etc ii. Clockwise iii. Anti-clockwise iv. Rotating at Different Degrees e. Line Symmetry f. Axes of Symmetry 6. DATA / STATISTICS 124. Understanding Data a. Classification b. Organisation c. Interpretation d. Accuracy e. Probability f. Uncertainty g. Mode h. Range i. Median j. Mean 125. Organising Data a. Lists b. Tables c. Diagrams i. Pictograms ii. Venn Diagrams iii. Carroll Diagrams d. Graphs i. Block Graphs ii. Line Graphs e. Charts f. Bar Charts i. Bar Line Charts ii. Pie Charts g. Databases h. Organising Data on a Computer

52 YEAR 7 All Year 1. NUMBERS & NUMBER SYSTEMS 126. Place Value a. Number Lines b. Positive & Negative Whole Numbers c. Ratio & Proportion 127. Estimating & Rounding a. Advanced Mathematical Symbols 2. CALCULATIONS 128. Addition a. Addition with Whole Numbers plus Decimals b. Adding Cash Amounts c. Adding Decimal Numbers d. Adding Fractions e. Adding Whole Numbers with Fractions 129. Subtraction a. Subtraction with Whole Numbers plus Decimals b. Subtracting Cash Amounts c. Subtracting Decimal Numbers d. Subtracting Fractions e. Subtracting Whole Numbers with Fractions 130. Multiplication a. Long Multiplication b. Partition Sums c. Multiplication with Factors d. Multiplication with Whole Numbers Plus Decimals e. Multiplying Cash Amount f. Multiplying Decimals g. Multiplying Whole Numbers Plus Fractions h. Multiplying Fractions i. Multiplication Using a Calculator

53 131. Division a. Long Division b. Partition Sums c. Division with Factors d. Converting Division Remainders into Decimals e. Long Division with Decimals Answers f. Division with Whole Numbers plus Decimals g. Dividing Cash Amount h. Dividing Decimals i. Dividing Whole Numbers plus Fractions j. Dividing Fractions k. Division Using a Calculator 132. Combined Calculations a. Averages i. Mean b. Percentages c. Speed, Distance & Time d. Converting Numbers e Checking Results a. Repeating Addition in Different Order b. Check with Inverse Sum c. Repeating Multiplication in Different Order d. Checking Through Approximating e. Checking Answers Using a Calculator 3. MATHEMATICAL PROBLEMS & PUZZLES 134. Making Decisions a. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations for Addition & Subtraction Problems b. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations for Multiplication & Division Problems c. Choosing Appropriate Number Operations Using a Calculator 135. Reasoning About Numbers & Shapes a. Experimenting with Mathematical Statements b. Solving Mathematics Problems & Puzzles c. Explaining Methods and Reasoning Orally d. Expressing Numbers in a Formula

54 136. Solving Real Life Mathematical Problems a. Mathematical Problems Involving Additions b. Mathematical Problems Involving Subtractions c. Mathematical Problems Involving Multiplying d. Mathematical Problems Involving Sharing e. Mathematical Problems Involving Shapes f. Mathematical Problems Involving Distance g. Mathematical Problems Involving Money i. Transactions ii. Accounts h. Mathematical Problems Involving Time i. Mathematical Problems Involving Conversions j. Mathematical Problems Involving Percentage k. Mathematical Problems Involving Averages l. Mathematical Problems Involving Speed, Distance & Time m. Stories with Mathematical Problems 4. MEASUREMENTS 137. Using Measurement Equipment a. Using Rulers b. Using Protractors c. Using Scales 138. Using Standard Unit Measurement Formulas & Symbols a. Centimetres cm b. Metres m c. Millimetres mm d. Kilometres km e. Square Centimetres cm2 f. Square Metres m2 g. Inches h. Feet i. Yards j. Miles k. Grams g l. Kilograms kg m. Millilitres ml n. Litres l o. Pints p. Gallons q. Conversions i. Converting Larger to Smaller Units

55 ii. iii. iv. Converting Smaller to Larger Units Converting Metric into Imperial Converting Imperial into Metric 5. GEOMETRY 139. Space a. Grids i. Rows & Columns ii. Co-ordinates 140. Symmetry a. Symmetrical Patterns b. Repeating Patterns c. Rotating Patterns i. Turns Whole, Half, Quarter etc ii. Clockwise iii. Anti-clockwise iv. Rotating at Different Degrees d. Line Symmetry e. Axes of Symmetry 6. DATA / STATISTICS 141. Understanding Data a. Understanding Data & Statistics b. Use & Misuse of Data c. Classification d. Organisation e. Interpretation f. Accuracy g. Probability h. Uncertainty i. Mode j. Range k. Median l. Mean 142. Organising Data a. Tables b. Diagrams i. Venn Diagrams

56 ii. Carroll Diagrams c. Graphs i. Block Graphs ii. Line Graphs d. Charts i. Bar Charts ii. Bar Line Charts iii. Pie Charts e. Databases f. Organising Data on a Computer 143. Algebra a. Introduction & Overview b. Elementary Algebra i. Number / Symbol System ii. Constants iii. Variables iv. Polynomials v. Mathematical Expressions vi. Equations c. Using Algebra i. Mathematical Operations ii. Geometry iii. Data iv. Charts & Graphs

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