Philip Southcote School
Learning for Life

# Maths

TOPICS

Number

Counting forwards and backwards

Rounding numbers

Adding and subtraction (small to large numbers)

Using common fractions to find parts off.

Statistics

Constructing simple charts and graphs

SOUTHCOTE STEPS ASSESSMENT

SS7

Statistics

1. Sorts by colour in a familiar environment

2. Sorts by size

3. Sorts by type e.g. shoes and socks

4. Sorts by shape

6. Begin to count when asked how many

7. Give colour name when asked what colour

8. Give shape name when asked what shape

9. Give size name when asked how big

10. Copy a 2 stage repeated pattern of shape

11. Copy a 2 stage repeated pattern of colour

12. Sorts by colour in a different environment

13. Sort by given criteria in different subject areas (Humanities etc.)

14. Responds to key vocabulary

SS8

Number

1. Recognises numerals 1 - 8

2. Recognises numerals 1 - 12

3. Joins in rote counting to 15

4. Joins in rote counting to 20

5. Counts independently to 10

6. Counts independently to 15

7. Joins in counting backwards from 10

8. Makes sets of up to 8

9. Counts out objects to 10

10. Finds requested number on a number line

11. Adds one more in a practical situation and recounts

12. Takes one away in practical situation and recounts

13. Knows one more of a number up to 5 without practical support

14. Sequences numerals to 10 consistently

15. Count on from any given number up to 10

16. Estimate how many in a small group (up to 7)

17. Check estimation by counting

18. Uses ordinal numbers 1st, 2nd, 3rd

19. Recognises which group has more

20. Recognises which group has less

Statistics

1. Pupils complete a 2 stage repeating patterns

2. Pupils copy a 3 stage repeated pattern

3. Take turns in an adult led game with 1 other peer

4. Take turns in an adult led game with 3 other peers

5. Plays with picture dominoes

6. Play with dot dominoes

7. Play dice game with adult support

8. Pupils can identify

9. Match pairs of socks

10. Use mathematical language in problem solving situation - score in games, set tables for a picnic

11. Use ordinal language to describe position

12. Make estimates of amounts up to 10

13. Make estimates in length i.e. how many hand spans across the table

14. Rotate pieces to fit into a jigsaw

SS9

Number

1. To rote count from 20-30

2. To count backwards from 20

3. To recognise numerals 12-20

4. To recognise numerals 20-30

5. To count independently to 20

6. To write (hand or on computer) numbers 0-10

7. To write (hand or computer) numbers 11-20

8. To know 1 more up to 10 without practical support

9. To know 1 less up to 10 without practical support

10. To group practical objects into twos to count

11. To add two 1 digit numbers

12. To subtract two 1 digit numbers

13. To make a set of up to 15

14. To count out objects to 20

15. To sequence numbers to 20

16. To count on from any given number to 20

17. To estimate objects to 20

18. To identify the biggest number from two numbers to 10

19. To identify the smallest number from two numbers to 10

20. To use ordinal numbers to 10

Statistics

1. To use comparative language to compare size of bars in a Pictogram

2. To use comparative language to compare size of bars in a Block graph

3. To use comparative language to compare size of bars in a Tally chart

4. Identify a Pictogram from a choice of 4 or more

5. Identify a Tally chart from a choice of 4 or more

SS10

Number

1. To rote count forwards in ones to 100

2. To rote count backwards in ones from 100

3. To read numbers to 100 in numerals

4. To count in multiples of two, five and ten

5. To identify one more and one less to 100

6. To know number bonds to 20

7. To solve one step word problems using addition to 20 (using objects)

8. To solve one step word problems using subtraction to 20 (using objects)

9. To write numbers to 100

10. To write simple addition and subtraction sums

11. To solve missing number problems for addition to 10

12. To solve missing number problems for subtraction to 10

13. To recognise, find and write a - of objects, quantities and shapes

14. To solve one step multiplication problems using arrays (objects)

15. To solve one step division problems using objects and pictures mixed up

16. To recognise, find and write a description of objects, quantities and shapes

17. To add a 1 digit number to a 2 digit number to 20

18. To subtract a 1 digit number from a 2 digit number to 20

19. To solve addition and subtraction word problems mixed

20. To solve multiplication and division word problems mixed

Statistics

1. To use comparative language to compare size of bars in a Pictogram

2. To use comparative language to compare size of bars in a Block graph

3. To use comparative language to compare size of bars in a Tally chart

4. Identify a Pictogram from a choice of 4 or more

5. Identify a Tally chart from a choice of 4 or more

SS11

Number

1. To count in twos, fives and tens forwards from 0

2. To count in twos, fives and tens backwards from 100

3. To count in twos, fives and tens forwards from any given number

4. To count in twos, fives and tens backwards from any given number

5. To compare and order numbers up to 100 using < > = signs

6. To identify and estimate numbers on a number line

7. To add one and two digit numbers including ten using concrete objects and pictures

8. To add one and two digit numbers including ten mentally.

9. To use the inverse to check operations.

10. To subtract one and two digit numbers including ten using concrete objects and pictures.

11. To subtract one and two digit numbers including ten mentally

12. To find 1/3 and 1/4 of shapes, lengths, objects and quantities.

13. To find 2/4 and 3/4 of shapes, lengths, objects and quantities.

14. To write simple fractions

15. To recognise equivalence of 2/4 and 1/2

16. To recall 2, 5 and 10 times table.

17. To recognise odd and even numbers to 1000

18. To solve problems involving all four operations

19. To derive addition and subtraction facts to 100

Statistics

1. To use comparative language to compare size of bars in a Pictogram

2. To use comparative language to compare size of bars in a Block graph

3. To use comparative language to compare size of bars in a Tally chart

4. Identify a Pictogram from a choice of 4 or more

5. Identify a Tally chart from a choice of 4 or more

SS12

Number

1. To add and subtract fractions with the same denominator

2. To compare and order fractions

3. To show equivalent fractions

4. To count up and down in tenths

5. To know 3, 4 and 8 times tables

6. To multiply a two digit number by a one digit number using mental methods

7. To multiply a two digit number by a one digit number using written methods

8. To divide a two digit number by a one digit number using mental methods

9. To divide a two digit number by a one digit number using written methods

10. To add and subtract a three digit number and ones mentally

11. To add and subtract a three digit number and tens mentally

12. To add and subtract a three digit number and hundreds mentally

13. To add and subtract three digit numbers using column methods

14. To estimate calculations

15. To use inverse to check

16. To solve addition, subtraction, multiplication and division word problems

17. To read and write numbers to 1000 in numerals and words

18. To compare and order numbers to 1000

19. To know place value of each digit in a three digit number

20. To count in 4, 8, 50 and 100

Statistics.

1. To use comparative language to compare size of bars in a Pictogram

2. To use comparative language to compare size of bars in a Block graph

3. To use comparative language to compare size of bars in a Tally chart

4. Identify a Pictogram from a choice of 4 or more

5. Identify a Tally chart from a choice of 4 or more

6) Analysing tables and graphs

7) construction venn diagrams

TESCO "Bags of Help" competition - We have a chance to WIN £4000 !!!!! Please see our School News / Latest News page for more details.....Tell your friends and family. OUR SCHOOL NEEDS YOU !
Top