MATHS |
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Autumn Term 1 |
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Strands |
Weekly Summary |

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Number and place value Mental multiplication and division Decimals, percentages and their equivalence to fractions Fractions, ratio and proportion |
Read, write and compare 6- |

2 |
Mental addition and subtraction Number and place value Written addition and subtraction Decimals, percentages and their equivalence to fractions Problem solving, reasoning and algebra |
Use mental addition strategies to solve additions including decimal numbers; use column addition to add 5- |

3 |
Problem solving, reasoning and algebra Mental addition and subtraction |
Express missing number problems algebraically and find pairs of numbers that satisfy equations involving two unknowns; find missing lengths and angles; understand how brackets can be used in calculation problems; use knowledge of the order of operations to carry out calculations involving the four operations, solve addition and subtraction multi- |

4 |
Measurement Problem solving, reasoning and algebra Number and place value |
Convert between grams and kilograms, millilitres and litres, millimetres and centimetres, centimetres and metres, metres and kilometres, and miles and kilometres; revise reading the 24- |

5 |
Mental addition and subtraction Written addition and subtraction Number and place value Problem solving, reasoning and algebra |
Use mental addition, column subtraction and Counting up to solve subtractions of amounts of money and word problems; use mathematical reasoning to investigate. |

6 |
Mental multiplication and division Written multiplication and division Mental addition and subtraction Problem solving, reasoning and algebra Number and place value |
Use mental multiplication strategies to multiply by numbers such as 4, 8, 5, 25, 19, 29 and 99; revise using short multiplication to multiply 4- |

Autumn Term 2 |
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7 |
Number and place value Problem solving, reasoning and algebra Fractions, ratio and proportion |
Understand negative numbers; calculate small differences between negative numbers and negative and positive numbers; add and subtract negative numbers; compare fractions with unlike, but related, denominators; correctly use the terms fraction, denominator and numerator; understand what improper fractions and mixed numbers are and add fractions with the same denominator, writing the answer as a mixed number |

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Measurement Geometry: properties of shapes |
Calculate the perimeter, area and volume of shapes, and know their units of measurement; understand that shapes can have the same perimeters but different areas and vice versa; calculate the area of a triangle using the formula A = 1/2 b × h ; find the area of parallelograms using the formula A = b × h ; name and describe properties of 3D shapes; systematically find and compare nets for different 3D shapes. |

9 |
Mental multiplication and division Fractions, ratio and proportion Written multiplication and division Problem solving, reasoning and algebra |
Use mental strategies to divide by 2, 4, 8, 5, 20 and 25; find non- |

10 |
Fractions, ratio and proportion Problem solving, reasoning and algebra Decimals, percentages and their equivalence to fractions |
Add and subtract unit fractions with different denominators including mixed numbers; use mental strategies to find simple percentages of amounts, including money |

11 |
Fractions, ratio and proportion |
Multiply fractions less than 1 by whole numbers, converting improper fractions to whole numbers; use commutativity to efficiently multiply fractions by whole numbers; divide unit and non- |

Spring Term 1 |
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12 |
Number and place value Written addition and subtraction |
Read and write numbers with up to 7- |

13 |
Decimals, percentages and their equivalence to fractions Fractions, ratio and proportion |
Multiply and divide by 10, 100 and 1000; compare and order numbers with up to three decimal places; know common fraction / decimal equivalents; multiply pairs of unit fractions and multiply unit fractions by non- |

14 |
Mental multiplication and division Written multiplication and division Problem solving, reasoning and algebra Number and place value |
Use partitioning to mentally multiply 2- |

15 |
Geometry: properties of shapes Problem solving, reasoning and algebra |
Name, classify and identify properties of quadrilaterals; explore how diagonal lines can bisect quadrilaterals; understand what an angle is and that it is measured in degrees; know what the angles of triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons and octagons add to and use these facts and mathematical reasoning to calculate missing angles; recognise and identify the properties of circles and name their parts; draw circles using pairs of compasses; draw polygons using a ruler and a protractor |

16 |
Mental addition and subtraction Number and place value Written addition and subtraction Problem solving, reasoning and algebra |
Add and subtract numbers using mental strategies; solve addition of 4- |

17 |
Written multiplication and division Number and place value Problem solving, reasoning and algebra |
Identity common factors and common multiples; understand that a prime number has exactly two factors and find prime numbers less than 100; understand what a composite (non- |

Spring Term 2 |
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Mental addition and subtraction Written addition and subtraction Problem solving, reasoning and algebra |
Solve addition and subtraction multi- |

19 |
Statistics Decimals, percentages and their equivalence to fractions |
Calculate and understand the mean average; construct and interpret distance/time line graphs where intermediate points have meaning, including conversion line graphs; understand pie charts are a way of representing data using percentages, interpret and construct pie charts |

20 |
Geometry: position and direction Number and place value Problem solving, reasoning and algebra Geometry: properties of shapes |
Read and plot coordinates in all four quadrants, draw and translate simple polygons using coordinates and find missing coordinates for a vertex on a polygon; draw and reflect simple polygons in both the x- |

21 |
Written multiplication and division Problem solving, reasoning and algebra |
Multiply 4- |

22 |
Problem solving, reasoning and algebra Fractions, ratio and proportion |
Generalise a relationship between pairs of numbers, express simple formulae in words, then using letters; describe and continue sequences, generalise to predict the tenth term, begin to generalise a term in a sequence using n to stand for the number of the term in a sequence; describe ratio and use ratio to solve problems; find fractions and simplify ratios |

Summer Term 1 |
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Number and place value Decimals, percentages and their equivalence to fractions |
Revise reading, writing, comparing and ordering numbers with up to seven digits and decimal numbers with up to three decimal places; revise rounding decimal numbers to the nearest tenth and whole number; revise rounding big numbers to the nearest thousand, ten thousand, hundred thousand and million; revise locating a number on a number line marking numbers it lies between; revise comparing and ordering negative numbers including calculating differences between negative numbers and positive and negative numbers |

24 |
Number and place value Mental addition and subtraction Written addition and subtraction Decimals, percentages and their equivalence to fractions Fractions, ratio and proportion Problem solving, reasoning and algebra Geometry: properties of shapes |
Revise adding and subtracting whole numbers and decimal numbers using mental and written methods; revise finding percentages of numbers, converting fractions, decimals and percentages and making comparisons using percentages; revise how brackets can be used in calculation problems, revise the order of operations for calculations involving the four operations; revise solving missing number problems using inverse operations; revise using trial and improvement to solve equations involving one or two unknowns, and find missing lengths and angles |

25 |
Mental addition and subtraction Fractions, ratio and proportion Written multiplication and division Mental multiplication and division Problem solving, reasoning and algebra Number and place value (NPV) |
Revise scaling, using mental strategies for multiplying and dividing; revise solving problems involving rate; revise multiplying pairs of 2- |

26 |
Written multiplication and division (WMD); Problem solving, reasoning and algebra (PRA); Number and place value (NPV); Statistics (STA); Geometry: position and direction (GPD) |
Revise using short division to find unit fractions of amounts, including decimals, and round answers to money problems according to the context; revise using long division to divide 4- |

Summer Term 2 |
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27 |
Number and place value Fractions, ratio and proportion Measurement |
Revise equivalence simplifying fractions and changing improper fractions into mixed numbers and vice versa; revise adding and subtracting fractions with different denominators, including those which give answers greater than 1; revise multiplying pairs of fractions and multiplying and dividing fractions by whole numbers; solving problems involving ratios; read intermediate points off scales |

28 |
Geometry: properties of shapes Measurement Statistics |
Revise properties and classification of 2D shapes, drawing 2D shapes using ruler, protractor and compasses, parts of a circle and angles in polygons; revise calculating missing angles by knowing angle facts; use a protractor to measure and draw angles in degrees; identify and name acute, right, obtuse and reflex angles; understand perimeter, area and volume; find the perimeter of rectangles, find the area of rectangles, parallelograms and triangles, and find the volumes of cubes and cuboids; revise reading and interpreting different types of data display |

29 |
Number and place value Problem solving, reasoning and algebra Geometry: position and direction Written multiplication and division |
Use mathematical reasoning to investigate and solve problems, and to estimate and predict; solve problems using doubling, solve calculations with enormous numbers; find out about famous mathematicians including Brahmagupta and John Napier and use their different methods to multiply; use lattice multiplication to solve multiplications of 2- |

30 |
Number and place value Problem solving, reasoning and algebra Geometry: properties of shapes |
Explore binary numbers; solve mathematical puzzles; including using multiplication facts, find digital roots and look for patterns; explore Fibonacci sequences and Pythagoras' theorem |