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1 Level Descriptors Maths Level 15
2 What is APP? Student Attainment Level Descriptors APP means Assessing Pupil Progress. What are the APP sheets? We assess the children in Reading, Writing, Speaking & Listening, and Maths. These assessment sheets (level descriptors) give the teacher, child and parent clear steps of what the child needs to do to move forward in their learning. These level descriptors are in line with the English National Curriculum and the Literacy and Maths Curriculum followed at BISB. Who has APP sheets? Every child from Year 16 has an appropriate level descriptor sheet in their Reading book, Literacy book and Maths book i.e. if a child is a level 1B they will have the level 1 sheet. Speaking and Listening level descriptors are displayed in every classroom across the Primary School. How are they used? As children demonstrate they have achieved something consistently, the class teacher will highlight this on the assessment sheet. This enables the teacher to see where the child needs to go next and they will discuss and share this with the child. How will parents see their child s APP sheets? The reading assessment sheets are stapled into each child's Reading Record which goes home regularly. When you visit for Parent DropIn sessions or Progress Meetings, you will have the opportunity to see their Maths and Literacy books and the APP sheets which are stapled inside. Although children s workbooks are not sent home on a regular basis, you can ask the class teacher to send them home occasionally or arrange to come into class to have a look. What happens to the APP sheets at the end of the school year? The APP sheets are passed onto the next class teacher as part of the handover process. This ensures continuity and progression in children s learning. If children move to another school, their APP sheets will be included in their Student Profile Folder which is given to parents to pass onto the next school.
3 1C 1B 1A I am beginning to talk about my work I can record using pictures or numbers I can continue a repeating pattern with up to two objects in it I can read numbers to 10 I can write all my numbers to 10 I can order numbers from 110 I can recognise numbers to 10  randomly I can count reliably up to 10 using everyday objects  5,7,9 I can find 1 more than to any number up 10 I can find 1 less than any number to 10 I can use 2 objects and say which is bigger and smaller I can order objects by size I can sort objects by myself and say how I did it. I can name 2d shapesrectangle triangle, square circle. I can recognise repeating patterns that have three items in them I can talk about my work I can read and write numbers to 10 I can order numbers from 120 I can count on and back in ones from any 1 digit number I can add 2 or 3 sets of number together up to 10 I can record my operation when adding or subtracting any numbers to 10 I can recognise the coins 1c, 2c, 5c, 10c, 20c, 50c, 1 I can put pictures in order to tell a story I can name and describe features of 2d shapes  rectangle triangle square circle. I can choose ways to group objects I can use the words to front of describe position I know and use the symbols  + and = I can read and write all numbers to 20 I can tell which of any 2 numbers is the larger smaller (up to 30) I can work out a missing number from a simple sequence of numbers to 20. I can count reliably up to 20 I can count on or back in 2's to 20 starting at 0 or 1 I can partition any number up to 20 into tens and units  explaining the value I can work out "how many more" I need to add to another number to make 20. I can work out "how many I need to take away" from a number to leave me with a given number I know by heart doubles to 10 I can name and describe 3d shapes  cube cuboid, cylinder, sphere I can read and recognise o'clock on an analogue clock I can use the correct language for comparing length, mass and capacity. longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, more/less full/empty I can measure in different ways
4 2C 2B 2A I can use maths words to explain what I'm doing I am beginning to record my work in different ways I can read all numbers to 100 I can put numbers in order up to 100 I know which is the largest or smallest number in any given group up to 100 I try to write all my numbers to 100 but sometimes get mixed up with tens & units I can count to 50 in 10's and back again I know number bonds for 10 (+ and ) I can add & subtract 2 numbers to 20 using a number line to count on or back I can say quickly what is 1 more or 1 less than any number to 30. I can say quickly what is 10 more/10 less than any number to 30 I can work out a missing number from a simple sequence of numbers to 30 I know by heart halves to 10 I can name and describe 3D shapes I can recognise hour and ½ hour on an analogue clock I can record in lists and tables I can record using diagrams, pictures & symbols I can say numbers more, less or between any number to 100 I can read, order and write all numbers to 100 I know what is meant by odd or even numbers and can recognise them up to 100 I can explain the value of each digit in a number up to 99, and partition numbers I can count on or back in 2s, 5s or 10s I can count sets of objects I know by heart doubles and halves to 20 I know number bonds to 10 (+ and ) I can add or subtract 2 numbers using partitioning, counting on or back, or a 100 square I know that subtraction is the reverse of addition I can give a subtraction fact for an addition fact and vice versa I can read 1 hour, ½ and ¼ on a clock I can name and describe 2D and 3D shapes I can work out where a line of symmetry is in simple shapes I know what a right angle looks like I can record information in a block graph Independently I can explain why I choose to do maths in a particular way I can explain why I know my answer is right I can recognise and extend pattern sequences I can understand other words for + or  when solving a problem I can partition a number into hundreds, tens and units I know that a multiplication is the same as repeated addition I know my 2x and 10x times tables I can share between 2 or 10 I know that 3 and 45c can be written as 3.45 I am starting to use metric measures I can draw and measure lines to the nearest cm I can measure and compare lengths, mass and capacity I can sort a range of 2D and 3D shapes by property I can recognise straight and turning movements (translation and rotation) I am starting to read digital time for quarter hours I can talk about data
5 3C 3B 3A I can explain how I chose to solve a word problem I am starting to try different ways to solve a problem I know whether to add or subtract to solve problems I am starting to set out my work in a logical way I can order numbers to 1000 I can order negative numbers from 10 to 1 I can count on or back in 1s, 10s or 100s, starting from any two or three digit numbers I can round 2 digit numbers to the nearest 10 I know by heart all the number pairs to 20 I know by heart 2x, 5x and 10x table and can answer questions like 6 multiplied by 5 I can double or halve numbers up to 100 I can share between 2, 5 or 10 I can use and c notation I can add two 2 digit numbers (no carrying) mentally I can subtract 2 two digit numbers if there is no exchange involved I know that the sign is a division symbol and is the inverse of multiplication I can recognise 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5 and 1/10 I can understand reflective symmetry including shapes with more than 1 line of symmetry I can check my work by using estimates and inverse I know and use the mathematical symbols i.e. I know whether to +, , divide, x when solving a problem I can explain how I chose to solve a calculation I can read and write numbers in thousands and know what each digit represents I can round up numbers to the nearest 10 or 100 I know and can use mental recall of number bonds to 20 and related facts. I can work out different pairs of numbers with a given sum or difference (missing numbers) I can +/ any 2 two digit numbers using a written method and explain it I know 3x and 4x table and the related division facts I can add or take away small numbers involving negative numbers set out on a number line. I can add any amounts of money set out in decimal form. I know that repeated division is just like repeated subtraction I know and understand why division problems often have remainders I can recognise & name fractions such as ½ 1/3, ¼, 1/5 or 1/10 and use them to find fractions of shapes & numbers I know that is meant by the signs < or > & can use these to compare number I can use units of time & know the relationship between them (sec, hour, min, day, week, month, year) I can identify right angles in given shapes I can make, describe and draw right angled turns I can read a number from a scale with all divisions marked and some numbers I can make from a tally chart I can select mental methods to calculate answers to written calculations I can try out different ways to solve a problem I can order a set of 4 digit numbers I can write out numbers that are said to me in tens or hundreds or thousands I can mentally +/ any pair of 2 digit no's (including bridging 10) I can work out sums like 267 +_ =300 mentally or in written form for + or  I can round 3 digit numbers to the nearest 10/100 and a sum of money e.g to the nearest I can use a written method to add or subtract 3 digit numbers I can recognise and name fractions such as 3/4,2/3 and 3/10 and them in a shape or number I know that two halves and four quarters make a whole, and that two quarters or three sixths is a half and other equivalent fractions I know that ½ is the same as 0.5 and other equivalents for fractions I can order a set of decimals with the same number of decimal places I know by heart 2,3,4,5 and 10 times table for both multiplication and division I can recognise 2 digit multiples of 2,5,10 & 3 digit multiples of 2,5,10,50 and 100. I can work out the remainder when dividing a 2 digit number by 2,3,4,5/10 I can classify 2d/3d shapes using mathematical properties e.g. Irregular right angles symmetry I can explain a bar chart (intervals in such 2's 10's) by answering questions I can describe the position of a point on a grid using coordinates.
6 4C 4B 4A I can use and interpret mathematical symbols and diagrams I know whether to +//divide/x to solve problems and in what order I can explain how I chose to solve a calculation mental written or calculator I use estimation when trying to work out whether my calculation is likely to be correct I can work out number sequences and explain them to another person I can use symbols correctly, including less than<, greater than >, equals = I can order a set of positive and negative numbers I can mentally add and subtract with 3 and 4 digit numbers or use a written method I know all my multiplication tables to 10x by heart I can apply a mental method of multiplying or dividing by 10 or 100, for numbers up to 10,000 I can multiply two or three digit numbers by any two digit number I can work out 10%, 25% or 50% of numbers or shapes and know their connections to fractions I can work out what needs to be added to a fraction to make it a whole one I can round a decimal to the nearest whole one I can recognise all lines of symmetry in a shape and sketch a reflective pattern I read the time in minutes and can calculate time differences I can interpret a variety of scales including bar, line and pictogram I can use and interpret coordinates in the first quadrant I can use all 4 operations to solve problems related to numbers or measures I can find examples to match general statements I can write any number in words and/or figures know what each digit represents I can use decimal notion for tenths, hundredths and thousandths and know what each digit represents I can order a set of numbers that have one or two decimal places I can round whole numbers to the nearest 10/100/1000 I can find the difference between any positive and negative number or between two negative numbers I can use a written method to +/ 4 or digit numbers, and check by applying inverse and estimation I can use a written method to multiply or divide 2/3 digit numbers by a single digit number I can multiply or divide mentally by 10 and 100 even when decimal numbers are involved I can recognise all square numbers to at least 12x12 Using known facts to 10x10, quickly derive division facts I can recognise prime numbers I can order a set of mixed numbers I can work out percentages of whole numbers or shapes I can recognise equivalent fractions, decimals & percentages I can work out the area and perimeter of a triangle I can change m to cm, cm to mm, to c & vice versa I can explain a line graph  answer questions I can classify according to a degree of likelihood  impossible, possible, certain, etc. I can use maths to solve practical problems I can use all four operations to solve word problems involving numbers in real life & explain reasoning I can use all four operations to solve measurement and shape problems, and explain reasoning I can present information & results in a clear & organized way I can look for a solution by trying out my own ideas I can order decimals with up to three places I know by heart all tables to 10 for both multiplication & division, squares of numbers to 10 & the corresponding square roots I can use a written method to multiply 3 digit numbers by a two digit number & check by approximation I can multiply or divide to one decimal place I can find fractions of numbers & quantities e.g. 5/8 of 32 I can order fractions such as 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, by changing to common denominator I can classify triangles & quadrilaterals by property, & or by name I can recognise simple cases of rotational symmetry I can estimate then use a protractor to measure & draw angles to the nearest degree I can calculate the perimeter and are of simple compound shapes that will split into rectangles I can interpret a pie graph, using percentages or fractions to describe proportions of the whole set of data I can find the mean, mode and median of a set of data I can read and plot points using coordinates in all four quadrants
7 Level 5 I can find out and work out information I need to solve problems using all four rules I can check if my answer to the problem is reasonable using approximations and/or the inverse I can use a calculator to calculate fractions and percentages, and parts of quantities where appropriate I can use symbols and diagrams to explain mathematical ideas I can work out my own solution to a problem, and explain my thinking I can multiply and divide whole numbers and decimals by 10, 100, 1000 I can order, add and subtract negative numbers I can calculate with 2 place decimals using all 4 operations I can use brackets in my recording I can cancel common factors to find the simplest fraction I can order a mixed set of numbers with up to 3 decimal places I can calculate problems using ratio and proportion I can work out fractions or percentages of quantities in problems I can multiply and divide any 3 digit number by a 2 digit number in a given problem I can use letters to represent numbers in an equation I can work out the value of letters in a simple equation I can use coordinates in all 4 quadrants. I can interpret coordinates in all 4 quadrants I can measure and draw angles to the nearest degree I can accurately construct and draw models and shapes I know that angles of a triangle or on a straight line total 180 degrees I know that angles around a point total 360 I know and can use the formula to find out the perimeter and area of a rectangle and the volume of cuboids I can estimate and convert metric units in everyday life I know metric equivalents for imperial units I can use the mean of discrete data I can compare two sets of data using the range/mode/median/mean I can interpret different graphs and diagrams and use them to draw conclusions I understand and can use a probability scale of 0 to 1 I understand how equally likely outcomes can effect an experiment I can find and explain different probabilities
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