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1 Emerging towards the expected Year 1 level I can share 6 objects between 2 children. I can write and use numbers (less than 10) in role play. I can compare bigger than and smaller than in role play. I can show my work in pictures or objects. With support, I can explain why I have sorted objects in a particular way. I can count up to 10 objects independently. I can read and write numbers to 10 independently. I know and understand that 0 is less than 1. I can arrange numbers in order from 1 to 10. I can add or take 1 from a number up to 10 and know the new number. I can use repeating patterns using 2 objects. I can pick out 2D shapes in a picture. I can point to a corner, face and edge on a 3D shape. I can name a circle, triangle and square. I can sort shapes by simple criteria such as roll, large, small, stack, 4 corners and triangle. I can compare the size of 2 objects using smaller or shorter. I know the days of the week. I can sort objects into 2 groups.

2 Working at the expected Year 1 level I know the meaning of plus, more than, take away, add and fewer than. I can recognise and use coins in role play. I am beginning to use maths for simple problem solving. (there are 10 children in the room and 2 leave - how many are left?) I can estimate how many objects are in a group of 10. If asked, I can explain why I have sorted objects in a particular way. I can follow simple patterns. I can take away 1 from any number to 10 and show my answer. I can add 1 to any number to 10 and show my answer. I can add 2 sets together up to 10. I can recognise some coins and understand 10p is more than 1p. I am beginning to understand and use language like estimate, before, after, total, sum, difference and between. I can use positional language like behind, under, on top and beside. I can name some simple 2D and 3D shapes. I can compare 2 lengths and say which one is shorter/longer. I can make a repeating pattern of 3 objects. I can talk about 3D shapes using words such as solid, curved, corner, edge, face, straight. I can put objects into the correct section of a Venn or Carroll diagram. I can explain why I have sorted objects in a particular way.

3 Working at the expected Year 1 level I understand and can use these symbols: + (plus), - (minus) and = (equals). I can work out how many more I need to make another number within 10. I can make half of a shape, length of string or container of water. I can subtract objects from a set and say how many are left. I can order numbers to 20. I can add 2 coins together and say how much I have. I can solve problems involving 1p and 1 coins. I can record simple calculations using objects, picture and numbers. I understand and use doubles of numbers to 5. I can read the hour times on a clock and am beginning to know the half hour signs. I can create my own repeating pattern using up to 3 colours or shapes. I can find objects that are longer / shorter than a metre. I can find objects that are heavier / lighter than 500grams. I can show liquid that is less / more than 1 litre. I can use positional words like next to, in between and over. I can follow directions to turn objects and move them forwards and backwards. I can order things that happen during the day and talk about the sequence. I can use the objects I have sorted to make a simple block graph (big / small) I can explain how and why I have sorted objects into groups.

4 Exceeding the expected Year 1 level With support, I can identify one of the key facts in a problem. With support, I am able to use apparatus, role play and diagrams to help to show a problem. I am beginning to use symbols to represent parts of problems. (= for equals) I am able to predict in a simple number sequence the next number. (2, 4, 6 ) I can read all numbers to 100. I can use and understand all number facts to 10. I can recognise odd and even numbers. I can use a number line to add two numbers together up to 20. I understand and can use the + sign when looking for the total and the sign when asked for the difference. I can add simple doubles. (5+5, 10+10, 2+2) I know and can recognise simple 3D shapes. (cube, sphere, cylinder and pyramid) I can show the line of symmetry in a shape. With support, I can begin to use standard units to measure. I can compare the weight of two objects. I can compare and judge which of two containers has the most liquid. I understand that a shape stays the same even though it is shown at different angles. I can sort some objects using two criteria. (triangle/not triangle, blue/not blue) I can use the correct words when looking at data. (table, group, list, set) I can show my findings on a simple pictogram. I can put information on a tally chart.

5 Emerging towards the expected Year 2 level I can identify two of the key facts in a problem. I can find the correct apparatus to use to help solve a problem. With support, I can use a diagram to represent a problem. I am able to use mathematical language to talk about my work. I am beginning to show my methods of working out a problem. With support, I am able to explain how to solve a simple problem. I can count numbers up to 100 in order. I can recognise odd and even numbers to 50 in a sequence. I can double or halve numbers to 20. I can understand that subtraction is the inverse of addition. (6+8=14, 14-8=6) I can understand place value within 100. (partitioning) I can identify a range of 2D and 3D shapes. (square, triangle, hexagon, pentagon, octagon, cube, cylinder, sphere, cuboid and pyramid) I can recognise a right angle. I can make whole turns, half turns and quarter turns. I can read the time to o clock, half past and quarter past. I am beginning to use the terms litres, kilograms and metres correctly. I am beginning to understand the difference between 2D and 3D shapes. I can gather and record information on a simple table. I can gather and record information on a block graph. I can answer simple questions about the data I have collected.

6 Working at the expected Year 2 level MA1 I can choose and use the correct operation for solving simple problems. I can solve a range of problems using the methods I have been shown. With support, I can check my work to see if it is correct. I can predict what comes next in a more complex sequence (15, 10, 5..) and explain why. I can show the steps I have taken to solve a problem. I can think of my own way of showing how I have solved a problem. MA2 I know one more than and one less than any number within 100. I can order numbers in size within 10. I can add and subtract multiples of ten. ( ) I can work out simple operations using halves and quarters. (¼ of 20, ½ of a circle) I can use mental calculations to solve number problems including those involving money and measure. I can use repeated addition/subtraction to solve multiplication/division problems. T7 I can count objects in groups of 2, 5 and 10. T8 I know that halving is the opposite of doubling. MA3 I can identify the number of edges, faces and corners of 3D shapes. T7 I can describe the position of objects. (first, second and third) I can give directions of left and right, clockwise and anti-clockwise using a programmed robot. I can use a time line to order daily events. I can read scales to the nearest labelled division. I can sort 2D and 3D shapes to a single criterion. (right angles) I can visualise 2D and 3D shapes. MA4 I can test a statement by collecting and sorting data. (most children in the class go to bed at 7.30pm) I am able to use the computer to enter data that I have collected. I can explain my findings and recordings. I am able to ask questions about other children.

7 Exceeding the expected Year 2 level MA1 I can choose my own equipment when I m solving a problem. (including calculators) I can try different approaches to solving a problem. I can check and correct my work. I can answer simple What if? questions. I can begin to understand statements such as two numbers less than 100 cannot give a total of more than 200. I am beginning to have an organised approach when recording my problem solving. MA2 I can partition numbers into 100s, 10s and units. I can compare numbers using apparatus. (100 squares, number lines) I can multiply and divide whole numbers by 10. I can recognise a wider range of sequences of numbers including multiples of 2, 5 and 10. I can understand and use unit fractions (⅓, ¼, ½, ¾, 1/5, 1/10) of shapes and sets of objects. I can use my knowledge of times tables facts to help me with division. (3x10=30, 30 10=3) T7 I can use number facts to 20 when solving problems using bigger numbers. T8 I can multiply and divide 2-digit numbers by 2, 3, 4 or 5. (36 3=12) MA3 I can sort shapes into regular and irregular groups. I can recognise right angles in shapes from different orientations. I can recognise obtuse and acute angles. I understand reflective symmetry in shapes. I can give directions such as left, right, clockwise, anticlockwise, quarter turn, 90. I am able to use metric units of length, capacity and mass. T7 I can read scales with increments of 2, 5 and 10. MA4 I can choose what data to collect to answer a question and record the data on the appropriate chart. I can construct bar charts and pictograms. I can understand and explain information presented on lists, bar charts and pictograms. I can read scales labelled in 2s, 5s and 10s, including reading between labelled divisions.

8 Exceeding the expected Year 2 level MA1 I can use my mathematical skills to help me solve a problem. I can look for patterns in my results. I have a systematic approach to recording my work. I am able to use mathematical vocabulary. I can talk about the strategies I have used to solve a problem. With support, I can make some general statements about my work. MA2 I can use place value to round numbers up or down to the nearest 10, 100, I can recognise fractions that are equal to ½. (5/10, 4/8) I can convert pence into pounds and order amounts according to their value. (306p = 3.06) I can solve problems using the inverse operation. (double a number + 5 = 35 - what is the number?) I can add and subtract 2-digit numbers mentally eg T7 T8 I can choose to calculate mentally, on paper or with apparatus. I can solve 2-step problems using the appropriate operation. I can add and subtract 3-digit numbers. MA3 I can recognise common 3D shapes. (triangular prism, square-based pyramid) I can recognise 3D shapes from drawings and photographs. I can reflect simple shapes using a mirror. I can measure a length to the nearest ½ cm. I can read a 12-hour clock. I can find the area of a shape by counting squares. MA4 I can choose the best recording method to show my data. (Venn diagram, pictogram) I can use a Venn and Carroll diagram to record and sort information using two criteria. (shapes sorted using properties such as right angles and equal sides) I can read between labelled divisions such as halfway between 40 and 50. I can compare data. (say how many more than..) I can respond to questions such as How would the data differ if we asked the children in Year 6? 010 TARGETS BY HEADLANDS PRIMARY SCHOOL

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