Quick Links # Maths

### Curriculum Intent

Our whole-school maths mastery curriculum follows the ‘NCETM Spine Materials’ and NCETM Curriculum Prioritisation resources (as a result of Covid-19). At the forefront of these materials is teachers’ subject knowledge and understanding of the learning steps involved, which is key to successful teaching for mastery. Teachers primarily use the spine teacher guidance and linked resources to plan and sequence coherent units of work.

# EYFS

 Term Area of Maths Stage 1 Numbers (1-5) Cardinality of number: Rote counting 1:1 correspondence counting of objects Counting- knowing last number gives total so far 3 & 4 year olds 2 Numbers (1-5) Cardinality of number: Subitising Numerals alongside quantity (CPA) Conservation- knowing the number stays the same if the group of objects are rearranged Shape Space and Measure patterns and positional language: continuing, making and spotting errors in AB/ ABC/ABB/ABBC patterns Spatial vocabulary 3 & 4 year olds 3 Numbers (1-10) Cardinality of number: 1:1 correspondence counting of objects Numerals alongside quantity (CPA) Comparison: More/less than reasoning Identifying groups with the same amount Shape, Space and Measures  Length and weight : Recognising relationship between size and number of units (non-standard) 3 & 4 year olds 4 Numbers 1-10 Composition: Part-part whole Partitioning- number bonds to 5/10 Inverse operations (+ and – through play/role play) Number (1-20) Cardinality of number: 1:1 correspondence counting of objects Numerals alongside quantity (CPA) Reception 5 Number (1-20) Comparison: More/less than Reasoning Identifying groups with the same amount Part-part whole- 10’s and 1’s Shape, Space and Measures Length and weight : Recognising relationship between size and number of units (non-standard) Reception 6 Shape Space and Measure patterns and positional language: continuing, making and spotting errors in AB/ ABC/ABB/ABBC patterns Spatial vocabulary Capacity and time: Recognising relationship between size and number of units (non-standard) Use time to sequence events Reception

# Year 1

 Term Area of Maths 1 Previous reception experiences and counting within 10 Counting within 100, forwards and backwards. 2 Comparison of quantities and part-whole relationships Numbers 0-5 Addition and Subtraction 3 Recognise, compose, decompose and manipulate 2D and 3D shapes Numbers 0-10 Addition and Subtraction 4 Additive Structures Addition and Subtraction facts within 10 5 Numbers 0-20 Unitising and coin recognition 6 Position and direction Time

# Year 2

 Term Area of Maths 1 Numbers 10 - 100 Calculations within 20 2 Fluently add and subtract within 10 Addition and subtraction of two-digit numbers (1) Introduction to multiplication 3 Introduction to multiplication Introduction to division structures 4 Shape Addition and subtraction of two-digit numbers (2) 5 Money Fractions Time Position and direction 6 Multiplication and division – doubling, halving, quotitive and partitive division Sense of measure – capacity, volume, mass

# Year 3

 Term Area of Maths 1 Adding and subtracting across 10 Adding and subtracting across 10 Numbers to 1000 2 Numbers to 1000 3 Right angles Manipulating the additive relationship and securing mental calculation 4 Column addition 2, 4, 8 times tables Column subtraction 5 Unit fractions Non Unit Fractions 6 Parallel and perpendicular sides on polygons Time

# Year 4

 Term Area of Maths 1 Review of column addition and subtraction (Year 3) Numbers to 10,000 Perimeter 2 6, 9 times tables 7 times table and patterns 11 and 12 times tables Readiness for multiplication check. Understanding and manipulating multiplicative relationships (distributive law, multiply and dividing by powers of 10) 3 Understanding and manipulating multiplicative relationships – short multiplication Understanding and manipulating multiplicative relationships – short division Composition and calculation - tenths Composition and calculation - hundredths 4 Addition and subtraction - money Co-ordinates (drawing polygons using co-ordinates) Review of fractions (Year 3) Fractions greater than 1 5 Fractions greater than 1 continued… Symmetry in 2D shapes Time 6 Division with remainders

# Year 5

 Term Area of Maths 1 Composition and calculation: multiples of 1,000 up to 1,000,000, including rounding Negative numbers: counting, comparing and calculating Column addition (including with decimals and money) Column subtraction (including with decimals and money) Common structures and the part-part-whole relationship 2 Using equivalence and the compensation property to calculate Short multiplication (Including secure fluency in multiplication and division facts) Short division (Including secure fluency in multiplication and division facts) 3 Area and scaling number facts by 0.1 and 00.1 Decimal fractions Tenths and hundredths, place value in decimal fractions. Decimal fractions in the linear number system and scales. Calculating with decimal fractions (Including multiplying and dividing by 10 and 100) Factors, multiples, composite numbers and primes (Including multiplication with three factors and volume). 4 Fractions revision (Unit and non-unit fractions, plus unit-fractions of quantities into non-unit fractions of quantities, working across one whole, including improper fractions and mixed numbers.) Fractions revision (Adding and subtraction fractions in and across the whole when the denominator remains the same. Multiplying whole numbers and fractions) Finding equivalent fractions and simplifying fractions Including, finding decimal equivalents for common fractions. Common denomination: adding and subtracting fractions 5 Converting units Angles - Compare, estimate and draw angles Position and direction (transformations) 6 Combining multiplication with addition and subtraction

# Year 6

 Term Area of Maths 1 Calculating using knowledge of structures (1): addition and subtraction (column methods) Calculating using knowledge of structures (1): division and multiplication (short methods) Place value knowledge, including decimals Including multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000 Numbers up to 10,000,000, including: *decimals *rounding integers and decimals *partitioning a given number into 2,4,5 or 10 parts 2 Draw, compose and decompose shapes (Including angles) Long multiplication Long division Area, perimeter and volume Position and direction, including properties of 2D shapes 3 Fractions a) Equivalent fractions b) Ordering, comparing and simplifying fractions c) Adding and subtracting fractions d) Adding and subtracting mixed numbers e) Multiplying fractions by integers and fractions f) Dividing fractions by integers and fractions 4 Fraction, decimal and percentage links FDP equivalence Finding percentages Statistics Ratio and proportion Calculating with decimals Solving problems with two unknowns 5 Order of operations: BIDMAS Finding mean average Properties of circles Enterprise mathematics 6 Nrich problem solving challenge week Y7 readiness transition unit