# Maths

We have adopted the White Rose Hub's scheme of work as we believe it is best suited for preparing children for the next stage in their education.

Teachers will use different resources to teach the objectives but the coverage will follow these plans.

Reception Overview.pdf

## Reception

Reception

Ways to help your child at home:

- Say the number names to 10
- Count 10 things
- Find the numbers 1 to 9
- Use more words like more or less, greater or smaller, heavier or lighter
- Understand the words add and take away
- Find one more or one less than a number from 1 to 10
- To add two groups of objects
- To take away using objects
- To talk about and make patterns
- To name some flat shapes
- To make some solid shapes
- To use words like under, over, behind, next, in front

## Year 1

Year 1

Ways to help your child at home:

- Count 20 things
- Count on and back in ones
- Count on and back in tens from 0
- Read, write and order numbers from 0 to 20
- Understand and use words to compare and order numbers
- Say the number 1 more or less than a number 0 to 30
- Say the number 10 more or less than a number 0 to 30
- Add, take away and find the difference
- Know number bonds to 10
- Use doubling and halving
- Measure a length, mass or capacity using non-standard units
- Measure a length, mass or capacity using standard units
- Use everyday language to describe familiar 2-D shape
- Use everyday language to describe familiar 3-D shape

Year 1 Term by Term Overview.pdf

Year 2 Term by Term Overview.pdf

## Year 2

Year 2

Ways to help your child at home:

- Count, read, write and order whole numbers to at least 100
- Know what each digit represents (including 0 as a place holder)
- Describe and carry on number sequences (including odd/even numbers, counting on or back in ones or tens from any two digit number, and so on)
- Understand that subtraction is the inverse of addition
- Say the subtraction calculation to a given addition and vice versa
- Know all addition and subtraction facts for each number to 10
- Know that addition can be done in any order and use this to help with mental calculation
- Know that multiplication is repeated addition
- To half numbers because I know halving is the inverse of doubling
- Know by heart facts for the 2 multiplication table
- Know by heart the facts for the 10 multiplication table
- Know which operations to use when solving problems
- Estimate, measure and compare lengths using standard units
- Estimate, measure and compare masses using standard units
- Estimate, measure and compare capacities using standard units
- Read a simple scale and use a ruler to draw and measure lines to the nearest centimetre
- Use the mathematical names for common 2-D and to sort shapes and describe some of their features
- Use the mathematical names for common 3-D and to sort shapes and describe some of their features
- Use mathematical vocabulary to describe position, direction and movement

## Year 3

Year 3

Ways to help your child at home:

- Read, write and order whole numbers to at least 1000
- Count on or back in tens
- Count on or back in hundreds
- To recognise fractions
- Find fractions of shapes and numbers
- Know by heart all addition and subtraction facts
- Add mentally a near multiple of 10
- Subtract mentally a near multiple of 10'
- Know by heart the x2 multiplication table
- Know by heart the x5 multiplication table
- Know by heart the x10 multiplication table
- To understand division
- Use the right operations to solve word problems
- Explain methods and reasoning
- Use £ and p signs
- Identify lines of symmetry
- Draw/answer questions about tables/graphs
- Identify right angles
- To use units of time

Year 3 Term by Term Overview.pdf

Year 4 Term by Term Overview.pdf

## Year 4

Year 4

Ways to help your child at home:

- To use less than (<), greater than (>), equals (=)
- Round numbers less than 1000 to the nearest 10 or 100
- Read fractions where the numerator is greater than one
- Read mixed numbers
- Understand equivalent fractions
- Add any pair of two-digit numbers, mentally
- Subtract any pair of two-digit numbers, mentally
- Column addition of two numbers less than 1000
- Column subtraction of two numbers less than 1000
- To know the 2, 5 and 10 multiplication tables
- Know the 3 and 4 multiplication tables
- Know the 6 and 7 multiplication tables
- Know the 8 and 9 multiplication tables
- Know the 11 and 12 multiplication tables
- Work out division facts to multiplication tables
- Find remainders after division
- Units of length, mass and capacity
- Use the correct operations to word solve problems
- To name polygons
- Say whether a polygon is regular or irregular
- Classify 2-D shapes
- Units of time
- Draw and answer questions about bar charts
- Convert cm to metres

## Year 5

Year 5

Ways to help your child at home:

- Multiplication and Division
- Positive and Negative Numbers
- Decimal Notation
- Reading Decimals
- Fractions Linked to Division
- Decimal Equivalents
- Mental Calculation
- Column Addition
- Column Subtraction
- Know Multiplication Facts
- Short Multiplication
- Short Division
- Long Multiplication
- Simple Word Problems
- Explain Method and Reasoning
- Area
- Using formula for area
- Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
- Properties of rectangle
- Word Problems Involving Measures
- Word Problems Involving Money
- Word Problems Involving Time

Year 5 Term by Term Overview.pdf

Year 6 Term by Term Overview.pdf

## Year 6

Year 6

Ways to help your child at home:

- Multiply and Divide Decimals
- Multiply Whole Numbers
- Order Decimals
- Reduce Fractions
- Find Fractions of Numbers
- Understand Percentages
- Percentages of Quantities
- Ratio and Proportion
- Addition and Subtraction of Decimals
- Say Multiplication Facts
- Multiplication and Division of Decimals
- Long Multiplication
- Word Problems
- Explain Methods and Reasoning
- Use a Protractor
- Perimeter
- Area
- Co-ordinates
- Problems Involving Measures
- Tables, Grids and Charts
- Metric Measures