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# maths

Maths

The programmes of study that we follow are:

Foundation Stage: Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) statutory framework. (Mathematics)
Key Stage 1: National Curriculum 2014

Subject Leader: Mrs L Mason

At Blossomfield Infant School we endeavour to provide an engaging mathematics education that enables our children to:

• Become fluent mathematicians who are confident to recall and apply knowledge rapidly.
• Acquire the mathematical vocabulary needed in order to effectively communicate their understanding and develop their ability to reason mathematically.
• Become independent problem solvers who take risks and persevere with challenges.
• Make connections across mathematical concepts and apply their mathematical knowledge to other subjects. e.g. Science
• Enjoy Maths and experience success.

MATHS OVERVIEW FROM NURSERY TO YEAR 2

 TERM NURSERY RECEPTION YEAR 1 YEAR 2 1 Exploring shapeCounting using nursery rhymes and songs (within 10) Naming and describing of         2D shapes1:1 correspondence to 10 Ordering numbers to 10Sequencing days of the week and months of the yearOne more than Number: Place Value (within 10)Number: Addition (within 10) Number: Place Value (100) Number: Addition and Subtraction (three 1 digit numbers, 2 digit and 1 digit numbers) 2 Exploring capacity.1:1 correspondence (up to 5) Exploring 3D shapes Measuring height, weight.Names and properties of 2D and 3D shapesEstimating Ordering numbers to 10Addition to 10 Number: Addition and Subtraction (within 10)Geometry: Shape (naming 2D and 3D shape)Number: Place Value (within 20) Number: Addition and Subtraction – (two 2 digit numbers)Measurement: Money (count, compare, total, difference, change)Number: Multiplication (2’s,3’s, 5’s & 10’s- introduce signs) 3 Number of the Week – different representations, counting, exploring numbers (up to 5)Ordering by height/length/weightExploring capacity – full, half full, half –empty, empty Comparing height, weight, length.Naming and describing of 2D /3D shapesEstimating/ subitising Ordering numbers to 20One more than Subtraction to 10Counting in 2’s and 10’s Number: Addition and Subtraction (within 20)Number: Place Value (within 50) (Multiples of 2,5 and 10 to be included) Number: Division (divide by grouping and sharing)Statistics (tally charts, pictograms, block diagrams)Geometry: Naming, comparing and describing properties of shape 4 Number of the Week - different representations, counting, exploring numbers (up to 10)Comparing sets – more, same, fewer – match quantity to corresponding numberBegin to name and describe shapes. Measuring - height and length using non-standard measures.Introduction of coins and their values.Counting numbers up to 100One more than. Subtraction to 10.Money – recognition, of coins. Continue - Number: Place Value (within 50) (Multiples of 2,5 and 10 to be included) Measurement: Height and lengthMeasurement: Weight and Volume Number: Addition and Subtraction (2 digit numbers) Number Bonds (100)Position and Direction (describe movement and turns including right angles) Measurement: Time (quarter past/to, tell and write the time to 5 minutes) 5 Number of the Week – finding one more/one less.Sorting and comparing groups. Measuring height and length using non-standard measures.Estimating  Time- o’clock, half past, quarter past and to. days of the weekcounting up to 100Subtraction and addition to 10 Number bonds to 101 more / 1 lessCounting 2’s, 5’s and 10’sSymmetry Number: Multiplication and Division (2’s, 5’s & 10’s) (concrete objects, pictorial representations and arrays)Number: Fractions (half and quarters of objects, shape of quantity) Geometry: Position and Direction (including half, quarter and three-quarter turns). Number: Fractions (recognise, name and write.  1/3, 1/4, 2/4 and 3/4   Problem solving and efficient methodsMeasurement: Height and length         (cm and m) 6 Number of the Week – practically adding and subtraction objects, exploring ways to make the number.  Exploring and comparing capacity – full, half- full, half- empty, empty. Exploring numbers 10 - 15Sharing, doubling and halving with problem solving Subtraction and addition with number problems.1 more / 1 less Counting 2’s, 5’s and 10’sCreating and solving word problems 2D and 3D ShapesRecognising coins and using them in role play  Number bonds to 10 linking to addition and subtraction Number: Place Value (within 100)Measurement: Money         (recognise value of different coins/notes, addition and subtraction)Time (hour and half past, language of days, weeks, months and years) Measurement: Mass (g, kg),Capacity (ml and l)and Temperature (°C)Investigations

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