Title: Learning Journeys in Mathematics
1Learning Journeys in Mathematics
2Block A/E Addition and Subtraction Year 1


3How do I solve practical problems involving
adding and taking away?
Counting Ordering Numbers
I can count on and back in 1s, 2s, 5s and 10s
I can say number names in order
I can compare numbers using lt, gt and
Understanding , Ordering
Comparing Numbers
I can read and write numbers and position them on
a number track or number line
I know multiples of 10 and what the digits mean
in a twodigit number
I know one more than a number and ten more than a
multiple of 10
I can write number sentences using and
Addition
I know pairs of numbers that make 10 and take
away facts that go with them
I can work out missing numbers in a number
sentence
I can solve practical adding problems including
paying for things
I can write number sentences using and
I know one less than a number and ten less than a
multiple of 10
Subtraction
I can solve practical problems that involve
taking away including giving change
4Block A/E Addition and Subtraction Year 2


5I can read and write numbers with up to
threedigits
How do I solve problems with addition and
subtraction?
Understanding humber
I can partition numbers and know the value of
each digit
I can say which number is bigger or smaller and
use the lt and gt signs
Ordering humbers
I can count on and back from any small number in
1s, 2s, 5s, 10s and 100s
I can order numbers on a number line to at least
100
Rounding humbers
I can use rounding to estimate and check answers
I can round numbers to the nearest 10
Addition
I can add single digit number or a multiple of 10
to a twodigit number in my head
I can add numbers using a number line
I know numbers that add up to 20 and multiples
of 10 that add up to 100
I can solve problems involving addition in the
context of time, money and measures
I know and can use different words for and 
I know and are inverses and can use this to
check answers
I know subtraction facts to 10
I can work out missing numbers in a number
sentence
I can subtract numbers using a number line
I can take away a single digit number or a
multiple of 10 from a twodigit number in my head
Subtraction
I can solve one and twostep problems in the
context of time, money and measures
6Block A/E Addition and Subtraction Year 3


7I can read and write numbers up to
How do I solve problems with addition and
subtraction?
Understanding humber
I can partition numbers and know the value of
each part
Ordering humbers
I can count on and back to zero in singledigit
steps or multiples of 10
I can order numbers on a number line to at least
1000
Rounding humbers
I can use rounding to estimate and check answers
I can round two or three digit numbers to the
nearest 10 or 100
I can add two and threedigit numbers using a
written method
Addition
I can add single and twodigit numbers in my head
I know and can use different words for and 
I can solve problems involving addition in the
context of time, money and measures
I know my number bonds to 20 and 100 addition
and subtraction
I know and are inverses and can use this to
check answers
I can work out missing numbers in a number
sentence
I can subtract two and threedigit numbers using
a written method
I can subtract single and twodigit numbers
mentally
Subtraction
I can solve one and twostep problems in the
context of time, money and measures
8Block A/E Addition and Subtraction Year 4


9I can read and write numbers in words and figures
How do I solve problems with addition and
subtraction?
Understanding humber
I understand the decimal point and can partition
decimals with two places
I can recognise positive and negative numbers and
can position these on a number line
I understand place value and the importance of 0
as a placeholder
I can compare numbers using the lt and gt signs
Rounding humbers
I can use rounding to estimate and check answers
I can add multiples of 1, 10, 100 and 1000 to any
fourdigit number
I know number pairs that total 100 and can work
out sums of multiples of 10, 100 or 1000
I can add pairs of twodigit numbers in my head
I can add two and threedigit numbers using an
efficient written method
Addition
I can solve problems involving addition in the
context of time, money and measures including
using a calculator
I can take away multiples of 1, 10, 100 and 1000
from any fourdigit number
I can work out differences of multiples of 10,
100 or 1000
I know and are inverses and can use this to
check answers
I can work out missing numbers in a number
sentence
I can subtract two and threedigit numbers using
an efficient written method
I can subtract pairs of twodigit numbers in my
head
Subtraction
I can solve one and twostep problems in the
context of time, money and measures including
using a calculator
10Block A/E Addition and Subtraction Year 5


11How do I solve problems with addition and
subtraction?
Understanding, comparing and rounding humbers
I can compare numbers and order them on a number
line
I can partition decimals and round them up or down
I can use rounding to estimate and check answers
I can add whole numbers and decimals to one or
twodecimal places using an efficient written
method
I can use what I know to add decimals
I can add twodigit decimals in my head
I can solve problems involving addition in the
context of time, money and measures including
using a calculator
Addition
I can work out a difference in my head using
jottings if necessary
I can use what I know to subtract decimals
I can choose the best way to work out a
problem in my head, on paper, calculator
I can work out missing numbers in more complex
calculations
I can subtract whole numbers and decimals with
one or twoplaces using an efficient written
method
I can subtract twodigit decimals in my head
I can solve one and twostep problems in the
context of time, money and measures including
using a calculator
Subtraction
12Block A/E Addition and Subtraction Year 6


13How do I solve problems with addition and
subtraction?
Understanding, comparing and
rounding humbers
I can partition and round whole numbers and
decimals and use what I know to compare numbers
I can position decimals with up to three places
on a number line
I can order positive and negative whole numbers
and position them on a number line
I can add whole numbers and decimals with one
place in my head
I can calculate a rise in temperature between
positive and negative numbers
I can add whole numbers and decimals using a
secure, reliable written method
I can solve problems involving addition in the
context of time, money and measures including
using a calculator
Addition
I can subtract whole numbers and decimals with
one place in my head
I can choose the best way to work out a
problem in my head, on paper, calculator
I can work out missing numbers in more complex
calculations
I can subtract whole numbers and decimals using a
secure, reliable written method
I can calculate a drop in temperature between
positive and negative numbers
I can solve multistep problems in the context of
time, money and measures including using a
calculator
Subtraction
14Block A/E Counting in groups and sharing Year 1
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x
15How do I solve practical problems by counting
groups and sharing
counting in groups
I can count on in ones
I can count on in fives
I can count on in twos
I can count on in tens
I can spot multiples of ten
I can work out multiples of 2, 5 and 10
counting groups
I can work out the total of equal groups of
objects by counting e.g. 3 groups of 5 blocks by
counting in fives
I can share objects into equal groups
I know what a ½ means and can find a half
I know what a ¼ means
sharing
16Block A/E Multiplication and Division Year 2
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x
17How do I solve problems with multiplication and
division?
Number Sequences
I can count in 1s, 2s, 5s, 10s and 100s from any
small number
I can recognise and describe number patterns,
make predictions and check
I know doubles of numbers up to 20
I know my 2x, 5x and 10x tables off by heart
I understand and can use the x and signs
I understand that multiplication is a shorter
form of repeated addition
I understand that dividing means sharing into
equal groups and that can leave remainders
Multiplication
I can recognise multiples of 2, 5 and 10
I understand and can use the and signs
I can solve simple multiplication problems
I can work out division facts involving 2, 5 and
10
I can work out missing numbers in a number
sentence
I know and can use words linked to multiplication
and division
I know that 1/2 means two equal parts and ¼ means
four equal parts I can work out ½ and ¼ of
numbers and shapes
I understand that halving is the opposite of
doubling and I know halves of numbers up to 20
Division
I can solve simple division problems including
those with remainders
18Block A/E Multiplication and Division Year 3
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x
19How do I solve problems with multiplication and
division?
Number Sequences
I can count on and back in steps of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
and 10
I can explore number patterns, recognise,
describe and extend them
I can recognise multiples of 2, 5 and 10 up to
1000
I know doubles of numbers up to 20
I can work out and learn by heart the 2x, 3x, 4x,
5x, 6x and 10x tables
I can use the grid method to help record and
carry out TU x U
I understand the effect of multiplying oneand
twodigit numbers by 10 and 100
Multiplication
I can use the tables I know to work out division
facts
I can solve simple multiplication problems in
different contexts
I can work out missing numbers in a number
sentence
I can use practical or informal written method
for division e.g. number line
I know and can use words linked to multiplication
and division
I can work out a fraction of a number or a
quantity
Division
I know halves of numbers up to 20
I understand remainders need to be rounded up or
rounded down depending on the problem
I understand the effect of dividing oneand
twodigit numbers by 10 and 100
I can solve simple division problems including
those with remainders
20Block A/E Multiplication and Division Year 4
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x
21How do I solve problems with multiplication and
division?
Number Sequences
I can explain patterns and rules using
mathematical language
I can solve multiplication problems in different
contexts including using a calculator
I can work out and learn by heart all the tables
to 10 x 10
I can recognise multiples of 2, 5 and 10 up to
1000
I can use a written method record for TU x U
I understand the effect of multiplying oneand
twodigit numbers by 10 and 100
Multiplication
I can use times tables to work out division facts
up to 10 x 10
I can use what I know to work out doubles of
twodigit numbers
I can work out missing numbers in a number
sentence
I can use a written method for division
I know and can use multiplication and division
words including multiple and factor
I can work out a fraction of a number, quantity
or shape
Division
I know halves of twodigit even numbers
I can solve division problems including those
with remainders using a calculator if necessary
I understand remainders need to be rounded up or
rounded down depending on the problem
I understand the effect of dividing oneand
twodigit numbers by 10 and 100
22Block A/E Multiplication and Division Year 5
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x
23How do I solve problems with multiplication and
division?
Number Sequences
I can explain relationships between numbers,
predicting testing and confirming with examples
I can count on or back in steps including
decimals extending beyond zero
I can solve multiplication problems in different
contexts including using a calculator
I can recall my tables to 10 x 10 with speed and
accuracy
I understand the effect of multiplying whole
numbers and decimals by 10 , 100 and 1000
I can use a written method to multiply whole
numbers and decimals
Multiplication
I can use what I know to work out doubles of
decimals
I can use times tables to work out division facts
up to 10 x 10
I know and can use multiplication and division
words including multiple and factor
I can work out more complex missing number
problems
I can use a written method for division TU U,
HTU U
I can work out a fraction of a number, quantity
or shape
I can use what I know to work out halves of
decimals
Division
I can solve division problems including those
with remainders using a calculator if necessary
I can show a remainder as a number, a fraction or
a decimal and understand they need to be rounded
up or rounded down depending on the problem
I understand the effect of dividing whole numbers
or decimals by 10, 100 and 1000
24Block A/E Multiplication and Division Year 6
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x
25How do I solve problems with multiplication and
division?
Number Sequences
I can explain relationships between numbers,
predicting testing and confirming with examples
I can count on or back in steps including
decimals extending beyond zero
I can solve multistep problems involving
multiplication in different contexts including
using a calculator where appropriate
I can recall my tables to 10 x 10 with speed and
accuracy
I understand the effect of multiplying whole
numbers and decimals by 10 , 100 and 1000
I can use a written method to multiply whole
numbers and decimals TU x U, HTU x U, decimal x
U, TU x TU, HTU x TU
Multiplication
I can use what I know to work out doubles of
decimals
I can quickly use times tables to work out
division facts up to 10 x 10
I know and can use multiplication and division
words including multiple and factor
I can work out and write more complex missing
number problems
I can use a written method for division TU U,
HTU U, decimal U
I can work out a fraction and a percentage of a
number, quantity or shape
I can use what I know to work out halves of
decimals
Division
I can solve multistep problems involving
division including those with remainders using a
calculator where appropriate
I can show a remainder as a number, a fraction or
a decimal and understand they need to be rounded
up or rounded down depending on the problem
I understand the effect of dividing whole numbers
or decimals by 10, 100 and 1000
26Block B Year 1 Shape and Space
27I can make 2D shapes
How do I sort shapes and describe where they are?
I can build 3D models
Naming shapes
I can name common shapes circle, triangle,
square, rectangle, cube, pyramid, sphere, cone,
cuboid, cylinder
I can describe shapes e.g. it has flat faces
I can make shape patterns and talk about them
Properties of shapes
I can copy and change shapes using ICT and talk
about patterns I make
I can sort shapes into groups and explain what I
have done and why
I can talk about objects that turn
I can use everyday language to describe where
something is
Position of shapes
I can make whole, half and quarter turns
28Block B Year 2 Shape and Space
29I can visualise, name and make regular and
irregular 2D shapes circle, circular, triangle,
square, rectangle, pentagon, hexagon, octagon
How do I sort shapes and describe where they are?
I can visualise, name and make 3D shapes cube,
pyramid, sphere, cone, cuboid, cylinder
Naming shapes
I can sort shapes and describe how and why I have
sorted them
I know that if I change where a shape is or which
way it is the features do not change
I know that a quarter turn is a right angle and I
can spot right angles in shapes
Properties of shapes
I can describe common features of shapes
I understand symmetry, can spot symmetry in
shapes and can complete symmetrical shapes or
pictures
I can make shapes and describe why they are
different
I can use mathematical language to describe where
a shape is and give instructions to find a shape
or an object
I can describe and make whole, half and quarter
turns, clockwise and anticlockwise
Position of shapes
30Block B Year 3 Shape and Space
31I can name, draw and make regular and irregular
2D shapes including using ICT circle, triangle,
square, rectangle quadrilateral, rectangular,
pentagon, hexagon, octagon, semicircle
How can I sort 2D and 3D shapes, describe where
they are and work out fractions of a shape?
I can name, draw and make 3D shapes including
using ICT cube, pyramid, sphere, hemisphere,
prism cone, cuboid, cylinder
Naming shapes
I can sort shapes according to their properties
using Venn and Carroll diagrams and explain what
I have done and why
I can describe the properties of shapes
I can use a set square to draw a right angle and
identify right angles in shapes
I can compare shapes and talk about their
similarities and differences
Properties of shapes
I understand symmetry, can reflect shapes in a
mirror line and identify symmetry in shapes
I can compare angles in shapes and say which are
bigger or smaller than a right angle
I can use mathematical language to describe where
a shape is and give instructions to find a shape
or an object
I can draw shapes on a grid and describe their
movement using the four compass points
Position of shapes
I can recognise and shade in ½ or ¼ of different
shapes and begin to recognise and shade in other
fractions
Fractions of shapes
32Block B Year 4 Shape and Space
33I can name, describe and classify regular and
irregular 2D shapes according to their
properties polygon, circle, circular, triangle,
equilateral, isosceles, triangular, square,
rectangle, oblong, rectangular, pentagon,
pentagonal, hexagon, hexagonal, heptagon,
octagon, octagonal, semicircle, quadrilateral
How can I classify 2D and 3D shapes and
calculate the area and perimeter of rectangles?
I can name, describe and classify 3D shapes
according to their properties cube, pyramid,
sphere, hemisphere, spherical, prism, cone,
cuboid, cylinder, cylindrical, tetrahedron,
polyhedron
Describing shapes
I can visualise 3D shapes from 2D drawings
I know angles are measured in degrees, that a
right angle is 90, whole turn is 360, 1./2 a
right angle is 45, 1/3 of a right angle is 30
I can make and identify nets of common solid
shapes
Properties of shapes
I can estimate, compare and order angles less
than 180
I can identify lines of symmetry in shapes
I understand horizontal and vertical lines
I can use coordinates
I can work out and shade different fractions of
shapes
Position of shapes
I can use the eight compass points
Fractions of shapes
I can find the area, using cm², and perimeter of
rectangles
Area and perimeter
34Block B Year 5 Shape and Space
35I can visualise and construct shapes accurately
How can I construct and describe position of
shapes? How can I calculate area and
perimeter?
Constructing shapes
I can identify nets of cubes and other 3D solids
and use nets to create shapes
I can use a set square and a ruler to construct
shapes with perpendicular and parallel lines
I can recognise perpendicular and parallel lines
I can identify acute, obtuse and right angles in
shapes
I know angles are equal in regular polygons
I can use a protractor to accurately measure and
draw angles
I can estimate the size of angles in degrees
Angles Symmetry
I know that the sum of angles in a straight line
180 and calculate missing angles
I can identify lines of symmetry
I can complete patterns with 2 perpendicular
lines of symmetry
I can describe where a shape is after a
translation or a reflection
I can read and plot coordinates in the first
quadrant
Position
I can work out and use the formula for the area
of a rectangle
I can find the perimeter of regular and irregular
shapes
Area and perimeter
I can find the area of shapes using cm²
(Vocabulary polygon, circle, circular,
triangle, equilateral, isosceles, scalene,
triangular, square, rectangle, oblong,
rectangular, pentagon, pentagonal, hexagon,
hexagonal, heptagon, octagon, octagonal), cube,
pyramid, sphere, hemisphere, spherical, prism,
cone, cuboid, cylinder, cylindrical,
tetrahedron, octahedron, polyhedron)
36Block B Year 6 Shape and Space
37How can I construct and describe position of
shapes? How can I calculate area and perimeter?
I can estimate, measure and draw acute and obtuse
angles using a protractor
I know the angles in a triangle add up to 180
and angles around a point add up to 360
I can measure internal angles in a shape
I can use what I know to calculate missing angles
Angles
I can rotate shapes on paper, or using ICT ,
through 90 and 180 about their centre or one of
their vertices
I can use different grids to visualise, draw and
transform shapes including using ICT
I can draw, complete and locate shapes
Position
I can predict where a shape will be after,
reflection, rotation or translation
I can read and plot coordinates
I can calculate the perimeter of regular and
irregular shapes
I can work out and use the formula for the area
of a rectangle
I can draw shapes with a given area or perimeter
Area and perimeter
I can find the area of shapes using cm²
I can calculate the area and perimeter of shapes
made up by rectangles
(Vocabulary polygon, circle, circular,
triangle, equilateral, isosceles, scalene,
triangular, square, rectangle, oblong,
rectangular, pentagon, pentagonal, hexagon,
hexagonal, heptagon, octagon, octagonal), cube,
pyramid, sphere, hemisphere, spherical, prism,
cone, cuboid, cylinder, cylindrical,
tetrahedron, octahedron, polyhedron)
38Block C Year 1 Handling Data
39I can make a list
How do I answer a question by collecting,
displaying and interpreting data?
I can tally
Collecting data
I can put information into a table
Handling data
I can sort information or objects
I can draw a block graph
I can draw pictures or use objects to show what I
have found out
Displaying data
I can draw a pictogram
I can read information from block graphs and
pictograms
I can answer simple questions using graphs like
how many
are there?
Interpreting data
I can answer more difficult questions like how
many more
than
are there?
40Block C Year 2 Handling Data
41I can make a list
How do I ask and answer questions by collecting,
displaying and interpreting data?
I can decide the best way to collect information
Collecting data
I can tally
I can put information into a table
Handling data
I can sort information or objects using a table
or a Carroll diagram
I can draw a block graph
Displaying data
I can use ICT to organise and present information
I can draw a pictogram
I can ask and answer simple questions using
graphs like how many
are there?
I can read information from block graphs and
pictograms
Interpreting data
I can ask and answer more difficult questions
like how many more
than
are there?
42Block C Year 3 Handling Data
43I can make a list
How do I ask and answer questions by collecting,
displaying and interpreting data?
I can decide the best way to collect information
Collecting data
I can tally
I can put information into a frequency table
Handling data
I can sort information or objects using a table,
a Carroll diagram, with more than one criterion
or a Venn diagram
I can draw a block graph
Displaying data
I can draw a pictogram where a symbol represents
more than one
I can draw scaled bar charts
I can use ICT to draw graphs
Interpreting data
I can read information from a range of graphs
with different scales
I can ask and answer more difficult questions
like how many more
than
are there?
44Block C Year 4 Handling Data
45I can make a list and tally
How do I ask and answer questions by collecting,
displaying and interpreting data?
I can decide the best way to collect information
Collecting data
I can sort information or objects using a table,
a Carroll diagram, with more than one criterion
or a Venn diagram
I can put information into a frequency table
Handling data
I can draw scaled bar charts
I can draw a pictogram where a symbol represents
more than one
Displaying data
I can choose appropriate scales for my graphs
I can choose the best graph to show my data
I can use ICT to draw graphs
I can compare graphs showing the same information
with different scales and answer questions about
them
Interpreting data
I can read information from a range of graphs
with different scales
I can ask and answer more difficult questions
like how many more
than
are there?
46Block C Year 5 Handling Data
47I can make a list and tally
How do I ask and answer questions by collecting,
displaying and interpreting data?
Collecting data
I can decide the best way to collect information
I can sort information or objects using a table,
a Carroll diagram, with more than one criterion
or a Venn diagram
Handling data
I can put information into a frequency table
Displaying data
I can draw different scaled graphs
I can draw a line graph and know when and when
not to join the points
I can choose appropriate scales for my graphs
I can use ICT to draw graphs
I can choose the best graph to show my data
I can ask and answer more difficult questions
like how many more
than
are there?
I can read information from a range of graphs
with different scales
Interpreting data
I can compare graphs showing the same information
with different scales and answer questions about
them
I can read information from line graphs
I can find the mode of different sets of data
Probability
I can describe the chance or likelihood of
familiar events
48Block C Year 6 Handling Data
49I can make a list and tally
How do I ask and answer questions by collecting,
displaying and interpreting data?
Collecting data
I can decide the best way to collect information
I can sort information or objects using a table,
a Carroll diagram, with more than one criterion
or a Venn diagram
Handling data
I can put information into a frequency table
I can draw different scaled graphs
Displaying data
I can draw a line graph and know when and when
not to join the points
I can choose appropriate scales for my graphs
I can use ICT to draw graphs
I can choose the best graph to show my data
I can read information from a range of graphs
with different scales
I can ask and answer more difficult questions
like how many more
than
are there?
Interpreting data
I can compare graphs showing the same information
with different scales and answer questions about
them
I understand and can find the mode, mean, median
and range of different sets of data
I can read information from line graphs
I can describe and predict outcomes from data
using the language of chance or likelihood
Probability
I can describe situations where outcomes are
equally likely
I can place events on a numbered probability
scale using o for impossible and 1 for certain
50Block D Year 1 Length, Mass, Capacity, Time
51I can say which length is longer or shorter
How can I measure length/mass/capacity? How can
I tell the time?
Length
I understand that to measure length accurately I
must use the same units
I estimate lengths, widths or heights
I can use pictures, symbols or numbers to record
lengths, heights, widths
I can suggest and use different units to measure
length e.g. hand spans or cm
I can say which object is heavier or lighter
Mass
I understand that to measure mass accurately I
must use the same units
I can estimate the mass of an object
I can use pictures, symbols or numbers to record
how heavy things are
I can suggest and use different units to measure
mass e.g. pebbles, grams
I can say which container has more or less in it
Capacity
I can use units of measurement for capacity
I can use pictures, symbols or numbers to record
the capacity of different containers
I can estimate capacities
Time
I can talk about the things I do in a day, what
time I do them and put them in order
I can tell the time to the hour and half hour
I know the days of the week and can put them in
order
52Block D Year 2 Length, Mass, Capacity, Time
53I can read a numbered scale and the numbers in
between
How can I solve problems involving
length, mass, capacity and time?
Length
I can measure lengths accurately using m, cm
I know that 100cm 1m
I can estimate and check my measurements
I can solve problems involving length, width or
height
I can measure masses accurately using kg, g
Mass
I can read a numbered weighing scale and the
numbers in between
I know that 1000g 1kg
I can solve problems involving mass
I can estimate and check masses
I can measure capacity accurately using l, ml
Capacity
I can read a numbered scale and the numbers in
between
I know that 1000ml 1 litre
I can estimate and check capacity
I can solve problems involving capacity
I can work out time intervals
I am beginning to learn time facts e.g. 7 days in
a week, 24 hours in a day, 12 months in a year
Time
I can tell the time to the half hour on analogue
and digital clocks
I know the seasons and months of the year and can
put them in order
I know the important times in a day/year
54Block D Year 3 Length, Mass, Capacity, Time
55I can read partially numbered scales
How can I solve problems involving length, mass,
capacity and time?
Length
I can measure lengths accurately to the nearest ½
cm
I can suggest suitable units and measuring
equipment to estimate or measure lengths in
metres and centimetres
I know that 100cm 1m and use this to work out
how many cm in 2m, 3m etc
I can solve problems involving length
I can suggest suitable units and measuring
equipment to estimate or measure masses in
kilograms and grams
I can read a partially numbered weighing scale
Mass
I can solve problems involving mass
I know that 1000g 1kg
I can suggest suitable units and measuring
equipment to estimate or measure capacities in
litres and millilitres
I can read a partially numbered scale
Capacity
I know that 1000ml 1 litre
I can solve problems involving capacity
I can work out simple time differences
I can tell the time to the nearest 5 minutes on
analogue and digital clocks
Time
I can work out start and end times
I know that there are 60 minutes in an hour and
can use hours, minutes and seconds to describe
time intervals
56Block D Year 4 Length, Mass, Capacity, Time
57I can work out and read partially numbered scales
How can I solve problems involving length, mass,
capacity and time?
Length
I can estimate and measure lengths using km, m,
cm, mm
I can choose and use standard units to measure to
the nearest mm and record measurements using
decimals e.g. 1.35m
I understand what the prefixes kilo, centi and
milli mean
I can solve problems involving length
I can convert m to cm and cm to m
I can work out and read a partially numbered
weighing scale
Mass
I can suggest suitable units and measuring
equipment to estimate or measure masses in
kilograms and grams
I can solve problems involving mass
I can record masses e.g. 4125g as 4kg 125g
I can work out and read a partially numbered scale
Capacity
I can suggest suitable units and measuring
equipment to estimate or measure capacities in
litres and millilitres
I can solve problems involving capacity
I can estimate and measure time intervals
choosing the right units
I can tell the time to the nearest minute on
analogue and digital clocks
I can draw a timeline
Time
I can use the 12hour clock, am and pm. I know
that 245pm quarter 3 in the afternoon
I can read timetables and solve problems using
them
I know that there are 60 minutes in an hour and
60 seconds in a minute
58Block D Year 5 Length, Mass, Capacity, Time
59I can work out and read unnumbered divisions on a
ruler accurately
How can I solve problems involving length, mass,
capacity and time?
Length
I can estimate, draw and measure lengths to the
nearest mm
I can read scales in different multiples e.g.
10s, 15s, 25s
I can choose, use standard metric units to
measure accurately e.g. 1.35m
I can pose and solve problems involving length
I can convert m to cm and cm to m
Mass
I can work out and read unnumbered divisions on a
weighing scale accurately
I am beginning to convert g to kg and kg to g
I can pose and solve problems involving mass
I can record masses accurately e.g. 4125g as 4kg
125g
I can read scales in different multiples e.g.
10s, 15s, 25s
Capacity
I can work out and read a unnumbered divisions on
a scale accurately
I can solve problems involving capacity
I understand and can use 24 hour clock notation
I can read and use timetables and calendars to
solve problems
I can tell the time accurately using 12 hour and
24 hour notation
Time
I can convert times from the 12 hour clock to the
24 hour clock and vice versa
I can work out time intervals between dates
I know how many days there are in each month and
understand leap year
60Block D Year 6 Length, Mass, Capacity, Time
61I can measure and compare lengths
How can I solve problems involving length, mass,
capacity and time?
I can compare map scales with actual distances
I can work with imperial units in everyday use
e.g. miles and know the approximate metric
equivalent
I can estimate, draw and measure lengths
accurately using standard units
Length
I can use decimal notation to record lengths e.g.
2.25cm
I can read measurements from a range of scales
I can pose and solve problems involving length
I can convert between units
I can work with imperial units in everyday use
e.g. pounds and know the approximate metric
equivalent
I can estimate, draw and measure masses
accurately using standard units
I can measure and compare masses
Mass
I can use decimal notation to record masses e.g.
2.225kg
I can read measurements from a range of scales
I can pose and solve problems involving mass
I can convert between units
I can work with imperial units in everyday use
e.g. pints and know the approximate metric
equivalent
I can estimate, draw and measure capacities
accurately using standard units
I can measure and compare capacities
Capacity
I can use decimal notation to record capacities
e.g. 2.225ml
I can read measurements from a range of scales
I can pose and solve problems involving capacity
I can convert between units
62I understand and can use 24 hour clock notation
I can tell the time accurately using 12 hour and
24 hour notation
I can read and use timetables and calendars to
solve problems
Time
I can convert times from the 12 hour clock to the
24 hour clock and vice versa
I can work out time intervals between dates
I know time facts e.g. days in a week, days in
each month and can use this to work out problems
63Block E Year 1 Fractions
64I understand what a half is
What is a fraction?
I know half past the hour on a clock
Halves ½
I can make half turns
I can count half of a number of objects
I can fold shapes in half
I can cut things in halves
Quarters 1/4
I understand what a quarter is
I can make quarter turns
I can count a quarter of a number of objects
I can fold shapes into quarters
I can cut things in quarters
65Block E Year 2 Fractions
66I can recognise and write a half as 1/2
What is a fraction and how do I find a fraction?
I can find half of a set of objects by dividing
by 2
I know half past the hour on a clock
Halves ½
I know that two halves make a whole and that each
half must be the same size
I can fold shapes in half
I can shade half of a shape
I can find a quarter of a set of objects by
dividing by 4
I can recognise ¾ of a shape and shade in ¾ of a
shape
I can recognise and write a quarter as 1/4
Quarters ¼
I know that two quarters make a half, that four
quarters make a whole and that each part must be
the same size
I can fold shapes in quarters
I can shade a quarter of a shape
67Block E Year 3 Fractions
68I can recognise and write fractions including a
half as ½, a quarter as ¼, an eighth as 1/8, a
fifth as 1/5 and a tenth as 1/10
What is a fraction and how do I find a fraction?
I can place ½ and a ¼ between 0 and 1 on a number
line
I can find a half, a quarter or an eighth of a
set of objects by sharing or repeatedly halving
I can compare the size of fractions and say which
is the biggest or the smallest
Finding Fractions
I can find a half, a quarter or an eighth of
different shapes by folding
I understand the link between division and
fractions
I understand that the bottom part of the fraction
is the number of equal parts the whole is split
into
I know that 1/5 is one piece out of 5 and can
shade 1/5 of a shape
Equivalent fractions
I am beginning to find equivalent fractions
I know that two halves make a whole, four
quarters make a whole and eight eights make a
whole
I know that a half is the same as two quarters
and four eighths
69Block E Year 4 Fractions and Proportion
70I can read, write and understand fractions
How do I find fractions and equivalents? How can
I solve problems involving proportion?
I can identify pairs of fractions that make a
whole
I can find fractions of numbers, different shapes
or quantities making links to multiplication and
division
I understand that the top number refers to how
many parts
I can compare, sort and order fractions on a
number line
Finding Fractions
I can write mixed numbers and draw diagrams to
show them
I can mark ¼, ½, ¾, on a 0 1 number line and I
can mark fifths and tenths on a 0 1 number line
marked with 10 divisions
I can solve simple fraction problems
I can use a fraction wall to investigate and find
equivalents
I can shade shapes to show equivalents
I can link familiar fractions to decimals ½, ¼,
¾, tenths, hundredths
Equivalence
I can relate fractions to finding a proportion
I can solve simple problems involving proportion
with numbers and shapes
Proportion
I can describe proportion using the language in
every
71Block E Year 5 Fractions, percentages, ratio
and proportion
72I can find equivalent fractions using a fraction
wall or practical equipment
How can I solve problems involving fractions,
percentages, ratio and proportion?
I can express a smaller number as a fraction of a
larger one
I can work out fractions of measures using what I
know
I can find fractions of amounts using division
and multiplication
I can count in fraction steps using improper
fractions and mixed numbers
Fractions
I can solve word problems that involve fractions,
using a calculator if appropriate
I can relate fractions to their decimal
equivalents and can use a calculator to find them
I can work out equivalent fractions, decimals and
percentages
I can find simple percentages of shapes, numbers
and quantities
I understand percentage as the number of parts in
every 100
Percentages
I recognise and understand ratio and proportion
Ratio and Proportion
I can solve problems involving ratio and
proportion
I understand scaling involves increasing
something by a factor
73Block E Year 6 Fractions, percentages, ratio
and proportion
74I can simplify fractions by cancelling them to
their lowest form
How can I solve problems involving fractions,
percentages, ratio and proportion?
I can use equivalent fractions to compare one
fraction with another
I can find fractions and simple percentages of
numbers, shapes and quantities
I can compare and order fractions by converting
to a common denominator
Fractions
I can use a calculator to change fractions to
decimals
I can work out equivalent fractions, decimals and
percentages
I can solve problems involving fractions and
percentages
I can use the language of ratio and proportion to
describe relationships between quantities
I am beginning to use ratio notation e.g. 32
Ratio and Proportion