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Blossomfield

Infant and Nursery School

'Blossom at Blossomfield'

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, Miss Humphreys

 

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 shape
  • Counting using nursery rhymes and songs (within 10)

 

  • Naming and describing of

        2D shapes

  • 1:1 correspondence to 10
  • Ordering numbers to 10
  • Sequencing days of the week and months of the year
  • One 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 shapes
  • Estimating
  • Ordering numbers to 10
  • Addition 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/weight
  • Exploring capacity – full, half full, half –empty, empty

 

  • Comparing height, weight, length.
  • Naming and describing of 2D /3D shapes
  • Estimating/ subitising
  • Ordering numbers to 20
  • One more than
  • Subtraction to 10
  • Counting 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 number
  • Begin to name and describe shapes.
  • Measuring - height and length using non-standard measures.
  • Introduction of coins and their values.
  • Counting numbers up to 100
  • One 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 length
  • Measurement: 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 week
  • counting up to 100
  • Subtraction and addition to 10
  • Number bonds to 10
  • 1 more / 1 less
  • Counting 2’s, 5’s and 10’s
  • Symmetry

 

  • 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 methods
  • Measurement: 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 - 15
  • Sharing, doubling and halving with problem solving
  • Subtraction and addition with number problems.
  • 1 more / 1 less
  • Counting 2’s, 5’s and 10’s
  • Creating and solving word problems
  • 2D and 3D Shapes
  • Recognising 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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

School Values

Below are our core values.

Happiness

Respect

Caring

Responsibility

Perseverance

Independence

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