Key Stage 1
Key Stage 2
· Count and calculate in a range of practical contexts.
· Use and apply mathematics in everyday activities and across the curriculum.
· Repeat key concepts in many different practical ways to secure retention.
· Explore numbers and place value up to at least 100.
· Add and subtract using mental and formal written methods in practical contexts.
· Multiply and divide using mental and formal written methods in practical contexts.
· Explore the properties of shapes.
· Use language to describe position, direction and movement.
· Use and apply in practical contexts a range of measures, including time.
· Handle data in practical contexts.
· Count and calculate in increasingly complex contexts, including those that cannot be experienced first hand.
· Rigorously apply mathematical knowledge across the curriculum, in particular in science, technology and computing.
· Deepen conceptual understanding of mathematics by frequent repetition and extension of key concepts in a range of engaging and purposeful contexts.
· Explore numbers and place value so as to read and understand the value of all numbers.
· Add and subtract using efficient mental and formal written methods.
· Multiply and divide using efficient mental and formal written methods.
· Use the properties of shapes and angles in increasingly complex and practical contexts, including in construction and engineering contexts.
· Describe position, direction and movement in increasingly precise ways.
· Use and apply measures to increasingly complex contexts.
· Gather, organise and interrogate data.
· Understand the practical value of using algebra.
· To know and use numbers
· To add and subtract
· To multiply and divide
· To use fractions
· To understand the properties of shapes
· To describe position, direction and movement
· To use measures
· To use statistics
· To use algebra
· An understanding of the important concepts and an ability to make connections within mathematics.
· A broad range of skills in using and applying mathematics.
· Fluent knowledge and recall of number facts and the number system.
· The ability to show initiative in solving problems in a wide range of contexts, including the new or unusual.
· The ability to think independently and to persevere when faced with challenges, showing a confidence of success.
· The ability to embrace the value of learning from mistakes and false starts.
· The ability to reason, generalise and make sense of solutions.
· Fluency in performing written and mental calculations and mathematical techniques.
· A wide range of mathematical vocabulary.
· A commitment to and passion for the subject.