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St Michael's Roman Catholic Primary School

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Maths

Here at St Michael's children study Maths daily as part of a broad and balanced curriculum. Teachers use the White Rose Maths planning alongside Tara Loughran Reasoning and Problem Solving resources.

 

We begin our lessons with a daily 10 minute revision session using 'Flashback 4' questions. The children are provided with questions that cover something they have previously learnt which then helps to embed knowledge through frequent revisiting. We then use pictoral, concrete and abstract methods as a highly effective approach to teaching that develops a deep and sustainable understanding of Maths. 

 

At St Michael's we teach Maths across the curriculum and endeavour to use our Maths skills in Science, DT, History and Geography

 

Children have access to Purple Mash, Maths Shed and TT Rockstars where they can continue their Maths Learning at home.

 

For each year group we have a set of 'non negotiable skills' which we want all children to be fluent in before they move onto the next class. These are skills that we would love parents and carers to reinforce at home.

 

St Michael's Maths Non Negotiables

By the end of…..

Children should know:

Reception

·         Know and understand numbers to 20

·         Correctly form numbers to 10

·         Know number bonds to 5

·         Orally count forward and back to 20

·         Know 1 more and 1 less to 10

·         Touch count to 20

 

Year 1

·         Know number bonds up to and including 10:-

1.      0+1

2.      1+1, 2+0

3.      1+1+1, 3+0, 2+1 etc

·         Know subtraction facts within 10 and addition and subtraction linked to facts.

·         Count to 100, forwards and back

·         Count in 2s, 5s and 10s

·         Know one more, one less than any number to 100

·         Know odd and even – linked to multiples of 2

·         Know doubles and halves up to double 5 – half 10 (even number)

·         Read and write numbers to 100

·         Partition a number (part and whole) e.g. 7 = 6+1 = 3+4

 

Year 2

·         Count in 2, 3, 5 from 0 – forward and back

·         Count in 10s from any number – forward and back

·         Know number bonds to 20

·         Know number bonds to 100 (Multiples of 10)

·         Partition a number (up to 2 digit, tens and ones)

·         Know 2, 5, 10 tables and division facts (up to 12x)

·         Add and subtract 10 – 10 more and 10 less

·         Know doubles and halves – up to double 10, half of 20 (even number)

·         Count in 1/4s and 1/2s e.g. ¼, ½, ¾, 1

 

Year 3

·         Count in multiples of 4, 8, 50 and 100

·         Count to and from 1000

·         Know 10 more or less than a given number

·         Partition 3 digit into hundreds, tens and ones

·         Know 3, 4, 8 times table and division facts

·         Count up and down in 10ths + 1/3s

·         Multiply a 2 digit number by 10

·         Multiply a single digit by 100

·         Mentally add 100 to a 3 digit number

·         Know pairs of numbers that make 100-5s e.g. 85+15

·         Know doubles to 50, 25+25, half of 50 – even numbers

·         Mentally add single digit numbers

 

Year 4

·         Know all tables for multiplication and division up to 12

·         Know 1000 more or less

·         Count back through 0 including negative numbers

·         Understand Place value up to 4 digit

·         Round to 10, 100, 1000

·         Multiply and divide by 10, 100

·         Count up in 100ths

·         Know compliments of 100

Know decimal equivalents of tenths and hundredths

Year 5

·         Know fraction/decimal/percentage equivalents of ½, ¼, 1/10, 1/100

·         Multiply by 10, 100, 1000 including decimals

·         Round to 10, 100, 1000, 10000, 100000, decimals to a whole number

·         Know square and prime numbers to 19

·         Know compliments to 1000 and decimal compliments

 

Year 6

The entirety of the Maths Curriculum