### Rationale:

Mathematics is an important creative discipline that helps us to understand and change the World. We want all Nechells pupils to experience the beauty, power and enjoyment of mathematics and develop a sense of curiosity about the subject.

At Nechells Academy, we foster positive ‘can do’ attitudes, believing all children can achieve in mathematics, and teach for secure and deep understanding of mathematical concepts. We use mistakes and misconceptions as an essential part of learning and provide challenge through rich and sophisticated problems before accelerating into new content.

### Intent:

We aim for all pupils to:

• Become fluent in the fundamentals of mathematics (see Year by Year Curriculum Maps) so that they develop conceptual understanding and the ability to recall and apply knowledge rapidly and accurately.
• Solve problems by applying their mathematics to a variety of problems with increasing sophistication, including in unfamiliar contexts and to model real-life scenarios.
• Reason mathematically by following a line of enquiry and develop and present a justification, argument or proof using mathematical language.
• Have an appreciation of number and number operations, which enables mental calculations and written procedures to be performed efficiently, fluently and accurately.

### Implementation:

At Nechells we have two separate daily lessons which enable us to effectively deliver our Maths curriculum.

We hold a daily Maths Meeting which is designed to help our pupils ‘keep up’ with the Maths curriculum. We deliver deliberate practise, arithmetic, intervention through gap getting and pre-teaching to support our most vulnerable pupils.

We also have a daily Maths lesson. This is to teach more specific aspects of Maths through a small step. Pupils are encouraged to learn together and are supported to learn new content whilst being continuously challenged through the level of depth of that small step of learning.

Maths lesson Design:
Each lesson focuses on a manageable step of new learning based on the National Curriculum Statements.

1.    Retrieve It:

Introduction, reference to prior learning

2.    Teach It:

Modelling of the new learning with explicit use of potential misunderstandings

3.    Practise It:

All children practise together (Support and Challenge)

4.    Do It:

Up to 6 examples- 4 what it is and 2 what it is also (Challenge 1: Procedural Fluency)

5.    Twist It:

1 or 2 Misunderstandings (True/False, Spot the mistake) (Challenge 2: Conceptual Variation and Deeper Understanding)

6.    Solve It:

Apply understanding to solve new problems (Challenge 3: Mathematical Thinking)

7.    Review It:

Lesson recap- Key Concept statement and Key Vocabulary

Year 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5Year 6
Autumn 11. Count up to 30
2. Order numbers up to 30
3. Write and interpret
mathematical statements
+, – and =
4. Recognise rectangle,
square, triangle and
circle
1. Read and write 2-digit
numbers
2. Compare and order
numbers up to 100
3. Recall and use addition
facts to 10
4. Find 10 more or less
than a 2-digit number
5. Add two 2-digit
numbers
6. Identify and describe
the properties of 3-D
shapes, including the
number of edges,
vertices and faces
1. Read and write 3-digit
numbers
2. Compare and order
numbers up to 1000
3. Finding 10 or 100 more
or less than a given
number
4. Recognise and count
in tenths
5. Recognise horizontal,
vertical, perpendicular
and parallel lines

1. Read and write 4-digit
numbers
2. Compare and order
numbers up to 10,000
3. Round any number up
to 4-digits to the nearest
10, 100 or 1000
4. Classify quadrilaterals
1. Read and write numbers up to 1,000,000
2. Compare and order
numbers up to 1,000,000
3. Compare and order
decimals with up to 3
decimal places
4. Round numbers to 1
decimal place, nearest
whole number and 10,
100, 1000, 10000
5. Count forwards and
backwards with positive
and negative numbers
1. Read, write and order
numbers up to 10,000,000
2. Multiply and divide
numbers by 10, 100 and
1000
3. Multiply numbers up to
4 digits by a 2-digit
number choosing
efficient methods
4. Divide numbers up to 4
digits by a two-digit
number choosing efficient methods and
interpreting the
remainders
5. Calculate intervals
across zero
6. Describe and plot
positions on a 2-D grid as
coordinates in the four
quadrants
7. Reflect and translate
shapes
Autumn 25. Write numbers to 100 in
numerals
6. Compare and order
numbers to 100
7. Identify one more and
one less than a given
number
8. Represent and use
number bonds within 10
(addition facts)
9. Represent and use
number bonds within 10
(subtraction facts)
10. Recognise cuboids,
pyramids and spheres
7. Know that addition
is commutative and
subtraction is not
8. Subtract two 2-digit
numbers
9. Recall and use subtraction facts to 10
10. Understand how
multiplication can be
represented
11. Know that multiplication is commutative and
division is not
12. Understand how division can be represented
13. Describe turn using right angles
‘6. Add numbers with up
to 3-digits mentally
7. Subtract numbers with
up to 3-digits mentally
8. Know and use multiplication facts for 3, 4 and 8
multiplication tables
9. Know and use division
facts for 3, 4 and 8 multiplication tables
‘5. Add and subtract
numbers with up to 4-digits mentally
6. Know and use multiplication facts for 6, 7 and 9
multiplication tables
7. Know and use division
facts for 6, 7 and 9 multiplication tables
6. Add and subtract
whole numbers with more
than 4 digits choosing
efficient methods
7. Add and subtract decimals with up to 3 decimal
places choosing efficient
methods
8. Multiply and divide
whole numbers and
decimals by 10, 100 and
1000
9. Identify and use multiples, factors and prime
numbers.
8. Simplify fractions
9. Compare and order
fractions, including fractions > 1
10. Know and use simple
fraction, decimal and
percentage equivalents
11. Compare and classify
2-D and 3-D shapes
12. Know and use angle
properties of straight lines,
at a point and shapes
13. Draw simple shapes
using given lengths and
angles
Spring 111. Represent and use
number bonds for 11 to
16 (addition facts)
12. Represent and use
number bonds for 11 to
16 (subtraction facts)
13. Measure length and
height
14. Know and use
multiplication facts for 2,
5 and 10 multiplication
tables
15. Know and use division
facts for 2, 5 and 10
multiplication tables
16. Read scales in
divisions of 1, 2, 5 and 10
17. Use standard units to
measure length, mass
and height
10. Compare and
order fractions with
same numerator or same
denominator
11. Add numbers with up
to 3-digits using a formal
written method
12. Subtract numbers
with up to 3-digits using a
formal written method
13. Choose efficient
methods to add and
subtract numbers up to
3-digits
8. Add and subtract
numbers with up to
4-digits using a formal
written method
9. Know and use
multiplication facts for
11 and 12 multiplication
tables
10. Know and use division
facts for 11 and 12
multiplication tables
11. Choose efficient
methods to add and
subtract numbers up to
4-digits
10. Multiply numbers up
to 4-digits by 1 or 2-digits
using a formal written
method
11. Divide numbers up to
4-digits by 1-digits using
a formal written method
of division
12. Use known facts and
place value to multiply
a whole number by a
decimal
13. Multiply decimal
numbers (1 or 2 decimal
places) by 1-digit using a
formal written method
14. Add and subtract
fractions with
denominators that are
not multiples of each
other
15. Add and subtract
mixed numbers
16. Multiply simple pairs of
proper fractions
17. Divide proper
fractions by a whole
number
Spring 214. Represent and use
number bonds within 20
(addition facts)
15. Represent and use
number bonds within 20
(subtraction facts)
16. Recognise and find
one half
17. Recognise and find
one quarter
18. Use the language
position, direction and
movement
18. Recognise and find
one third
19. Recognise and find
three quarters
20. Tell the time to quarter
to/past and 5 minute
intervals
21. Calculate change
22. Combine coins to
make amounts
14. Multiply 2-digit by
1-digit numbers mentally
15. Divide 2-digit by 1-digit numbers mentally
16. Multiply 2-digit by
1-digit numbers using a
formal written method
12. Multiply 2-digit by
a 1-digit using the distributive law
13. Multiply 3-digit by
a 1-digit using a formal
written method
14. Divide a 3-digit by a
1-digit number
15. Use place value,
known and derived facts
to multiply and divide
mentally
16. Identify acute and
obtuse angles
14. Compare and order
fractions whose denominators are all multiples of
the same number
15. Read and write
decimal numbers (up
to 3 decimal places) as
fractions
16. Understand that per
cent relates to ‘number
of parts per 100’, and
write percentages as a
fraction with denominator 100
17. Convert between
adjacent units of metric
measure
18. Find percentages of
an amount
19. Use simple ratio to
compare quantities
20. Convert between
different units of metric
measure
21. Calculate the area of
triangles/parallelograms
22. Calculate volumes of
cuboids
23. Use simple formulae
expressed in words
24. Find possible values in
missing number problems
involving one or two
unknowns
Summer 119. Add and subtract 1
and 2-digit numbers up
to 20
20. Know the days of
the week and months of
the year
21. Tell the time to the
hour and half past
23. Construct and
interpret pictograms
using 2s, 5s and 10s
24. Recall factorfactor-product
relationships for 2, 5 and
10 multiplication tables
17. Calculate fractions of
amounts
18. Add and subtract
fractions with the same
denominator
19. Tell the time to the
nearest minute
20. Calculate durations
of events
17. Divide 1 and 2-digit
numbers by 10 and 100
18. Add and subtract
fractions with the same
denominator beyond the
whole
19. Find families of equivalent fractions
20. Recall factor-factor-product relationships
for 6,7,9,11 and 12
multiplication tables
18. Convert mixed
numbers to improper
fractions and vice versa
19. Add mixed numbers
and proper fractions with
denominators that are
the same and multiples of
each other
20. Subtract proper
fractions from mixed
numbers with
denominators that are
the same and multiples of
each other
21. Multiply fractions and
mixed numbers by a
whole number
Revisit and revise
Summer 222. Represent
multiplication using
concrete objects and
pictorial representations
23. Represent division
using concrete objects
and pictorial
representations
24. Recognise and know
the value of different
denominations of coins
and notes
Revisit and prepare for the next key stage (transition)21. Measure the
perimeter of shapes
22. Identify angles in
shapes
23. Interpret bar charts
24. Recall factorfactor-product
relationships for 3, 4 and 8
multiplication tables
21. Add and subtract
decimal numbers (up
to 2 decimal places)
including measures and
money
22. Find the area of
rectilinear shapes by
counting squares
23. Describe and plot
positions on a 2-D grid
as coordinates in the first
quadrant
24. Convert between
analogue and digital 12
and 24-hour clocks and
other units of time
22. Calculate the area of
rectangles
23. Draw given angles,
and measure them, in
degrees (°)
24. Interpret line graphs
Transition: prepare for the next key stage

### Maths curriculum Documents:

Maths Road Maps Y1-Y6

Medium Term Plans:

Early Years

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

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Maths Knowledge Organisers

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