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 DAY Topic  assessed Revision
 Term 1    
MARCH NUMBER AND ALGEBRA:
WHOLE NUMBER
APRIL  PROBABILITY


Term 2 
 JUNE  NUMBER AND ALGEBRA:
FRACTIONS
 
JULY ANGLE GEOMETRY


Term 3 

  AUGUST  NUMBER AND ALGEBRA:
DECIMALS WITH STRATEGIES
 
SEPT MEASUREMENT


 Term 4 TOPIC REVISION
SEPT NUMBER AND ALGEBRA:
PATTERNS AND GRAPHS
NOV NUMBER AND ALGEBRA:
PERCENTAGES
 
 NOV EXAMINATIONS 
 DEC
NUMBER AND ALGEBRA:
PATTERNS AND GRAPHS 
 



ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

 NUMBER
 ACHIEVE
I CAN...
  • Name the total value and place value of any digit in a number
  • Order decimals and fractions that are in context
  • Find the value of powers and square roots
  • Multiply and divide by powers of 10
  • Round a number to a given number of decimal places
  • Calculate answers to number problems using correct order of operations
  • Understand and use integers in practical contexts
  • Solve word problems involving whole numbers, integers and decimals
  • Know and use the terms sum, difference and product
  • Find factors and multiples of whole numbers
  • Find equivalent fractions and simplify fractions
  • Convert between improper fractions and mixed numbers
  • Convert between fractions and decimals
  • Convert between decimals and percentages
  • Convert between fractions and percentages
  • Calculate a fraction or percentage of a quantity
 MERIT
 I CAN...
  • Explain the meaning of integers in practical contexts
  • Convert large and small numbers into standard form
  • Round to a given number of significant figures
  • Find least common multiples and highest common factors
  • Express one quantity as a % of another number
  • Solve word problems involving fractions and percentages
  • Solve word problems involving integers using the correct order of operations
 EXCELLENCE
 I CAN...
  • Set out work logically when solving a number problem
  • Solve a word problem involving more than 2 steps and using the correct order
  • Round numbers sensibly
  • Express quantities as fractions of percentages of a whole
  • Increase or decrease a number by a given percentage

PROBABILITY
ACHIEVE
 I CAN...
  • Use words to describe probabilities (likely, certain, etc)
  • List a sample space
  • Read the outcomes from a probability tree
  • Write a probability as a fraction or a decimal
  • Carry out a simple experiment
  • Records the results from the experiment
MERIT
 I CAN...
  • Complete a probability tree and give the sample space
  • Calculate probabilities from a table of data
  • Find complementary probabilities
  • Interpret the results of my experiment
EXCELLENCE
 I CAN...
  • Design and carry out an experiment
  • Compare the results of an experiment with theoretical results
  • Evaluate a probability experiment suggesting why the theoretical results might be different from the experimental results
  • Draw a probability tree and use it to determine probabilities

 ANGLE GEOMETRY
 ACHIEVE
 I CAN...
  • Estimate Angles
  • Use a protractor to find the size of unknown angles up to 180°
  • Use a protractor to find the size of unknown angles from 180° to 360°
  • Use letters to name angles eg <ABC
  • Identify angle types: Acute, Right, Obtuse, Straight, Reflex
  • Calculate angles: on a line which add to 180
  • Calculate angles: opposite which are equal
  • Calculate angles: at a point which add to 360
  • Calculate angles: in triangle which add to 180
  • Calculate angles:  on parallel lines – Corresponding, Alternate
  • Calculate angles:  on parallel lines – Co-interior
  • Identify polygon types
 MERIT
 I CAN...
  • Give reasons when I solve simple (1 step) angle problems
  • Specify a direction using bearings
  • Calculate angles: in an isosceles triangle
  • Calculate angles: in a clock face
  • Calculate Interior angles in a polygon
  • Calculate Exterior angles in a polygon
  • Identify and describe polygon properties and features
 EXCELLENCE
 I CAN...
  • Solve 2 step angle problems, giving reasons.
  • use circle geometrical properties


 MEASUREMENT
 ACHIEVE
 I CAN...
  • Use my hand span or pace to measure
  • Measure length, mass, capacity and time
  • Convert between mm, cm, m, km
  • Convert between mg, g, kg, tonnes
  • Convert between mL, L, cL
  • Read information from tables
  • Calculate perimeters of quadrilaterals and triangles.
  • Calculate the area of a square, rectangle, triangle and parallelogram
  • Calculate the volume of a cuboid
  • Convert between 12 hour and 24 hour time
  • Find lengths using scale diagrams
 MERIT
 I CAN...
  • Solve word problems with length, area, volume
  • Calculate perimeters and areas of compiste shapes including trapezia
  • Calculate circumferences and area of circles
  • Calculate the volume of prisms, pyramids and cones
  • Solve word problems with mass, capacity and time
  • Use information from time tables
  • Calculate speed
  • Interpret tables
  • Convert between m2 and ha
 EXCELLENCE
 I CAN...
  • Carry out a measuring task knowing which measurements I need to take and use these to solve a problem
  • Describe how to carry out a measuring task
  • Write about how accurate my answer is and how I could have better solved the problem
  • Calculate the area of a sector
  • Calculate a shaded area
  • Calculate areas which combine shapes more complicated than a rectangle
  • Calculate the area of an irregular shape using measurements and approximations
  • Calculate the volume of spheres and composite solids

 ALGEBRA
 ACHIEVE
 I CAN...
  • Continue a pattern of numbers
  • Continue a pattern of diagrams
  • Fill in a table that represents a pattern
  • Describe a rule to find the next term in a pattern
  • Plot points on a grid
  • Make statements about relationships between points on a graph
  • Explain a sequence of events that represent a graph
 MERIT
 I CAN...
  • Find the rule in symbols for a pattern given in a table
  • Fill in the gaps in a table for x or y
  • Interpret information given in a graph
  • Calculate the speed from a distance-time graph
 EXCELLENCE
 I CAN...
  • Find a rule for a given pattern, including quadratics
  • Mark the points on a graph from a pattern
  • Mark the points on a graph from a rule, using y=mx+c
  • Draw a graph to show changes in everyday life situations




















STATISTICS 
 ACHIEVE
I can...
  • Use words to describe probabilities: likely, certain, etc
  • List a sample space
  • Read the out comes from a probability tree
  • Write a probability as fraction or decimal
  • Carry out a simple experiment
  • Record results from an experiment
 MERIT
I can...
  • Make sure that all possible probabilities add up to 1
  • Complete a probability tree and give the sample space
  • Calculate probabilities from a table of data
  • Find complementary probabilities
  • Interpret the results of my experiment
 EXCELLENCE
I can...
  • Design and carry out an experiment
  • Compare the results of an experiment with theoretical resutls
  • Evaluate a probability experiment and suggest why the theoretical results might be different from the experimental results
  • Draw a probability tree and use it to determine probabilities



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