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The School Day

The School Day

 

Days R-Y6

Start time

Finish time

Mondays to Thursdays

8.30 a.m.

3.25 p.m.

Fridays

8.30 a.m.

12.30 p.m.

Days for Nursery

A.M

P.M

Monday - Friday

8.30 a.m. – 11.30 a.m.

12.30 – a.m. – 3.30 a.m.

 

The school day now begins at 8:30 a.m.  The children will go into class at 8:35 a.m.  It is no longer a staggered start.  The staggered start was introduced when schools reopened during Covid-19.  By having an early start to the day we have increased the learning time for all pupils.  The children now have an additional 25 minutes each day.   This is equivalent to 189 hours of learning. 

This is what the children learn first thing in the morning:

 

SPAG – Can You Still Map 

 

The Can You Stills should be linked to the most recent assessments and the gaps identified. Teachers will share the questions they got wrong, let them have another go/model. AFL week’s will need to be teacher led to eradicate misconceptions. 

 

Autumn Term  

W/B 

Y1 

Y2 

Y3 

Y4 

Y5 

Y6 

5.9.22 

Week 1  

Question marks and exclamation marks to demarcate commands and question sentences 

How the grammatical patterns in a sentence indicate its function as a statement, question, exclamation or command 

Identifying a main clause and a subordinate clause 

Vocabulary 

Difference between a phrase and a clause 

Use of commas to clarify meaning and avoid ambiguity 

12.9.22 

Week 2 

Tense- identifying past and present verbs 

Tense- Use of the progressive form of verbs in the present and past tense to mark actions in progress [for example, she is drumming, he was shouting]  

 

Tense- Use of the present perfect form of verbs instead of the simple past [for example, He has gone out to play contrasted with He went out to play]  

 

Make/select higher level verb choices for impact 

Tense- past and present progressive 

Review of present/past perfect and present/past progressive  

19.9.23 

Week 3 

Simple sentences 

Homophones and near homophones 

Vocabulary- superlatives 

Fronted adverbials and commas after fronted adverbials  

Indicating degrees of possibility using adverbs [for example, perhaps, surely] or modal verbs [for example, might, should, will, must]  

 

Vocabulary 

26.9.23 

Week 4 

Suffix  

Suffix- Formation of nouns using suffixes and formation of adjectives using suffixes 

Use of the forms a or an according to whether the next word begins with a consonant or a vowel [for example, a rock, an open box]  

 

Apostrophes to mark plural possession [for example, the girl’s name, the girls’ names]  

 

Converting nouns or adjectives into verbs using suffixes [for example, –ate; –ise; –ify]  

 

Active and passive 

3.10.23 

Week 5 

Prefix 

Common exception words & vocabulary 

Formation of nouns using a range of prefixes ( e.g. anti, auto) 

Determiners 

Verb prefixes [for example, dis–, de–, mis–, over– and re–]  

 

Subjunctive form 

10.10.22 

Week 6 

Punctuation (capital letters) 

Apostrophes to mark where letters are missing in spellings and to mark singular possession in nouns 

Introduction to inverted commas to punctuate direct speech  

 

Use of inverted commas and other punctuation to indicate direct speech [for example, a comma after the reporting clause; end punctuation within inverted commas: The conductor shouted, “Sit down!”]  

 

Brackets, dashes or commas to indicate parenthesis  

 

Use of the semi-colon, colon and dash to mark the boundary between independent clauses  

 

17.10.22 

Week 7 

Conjunctions to join clauses 

Co-ordination (or, and, but) 

Expressing time, place and cause using conjunctions [for example, when, before, after, while, so, because]  

 

Preposition phrases (e.g. the teacher expanded to: the strict maths teacher with curly hair)  

 

Vocabulary  

Synonyms and antonyms  

How words are related by meaning as synonyms and antonyms [for example, big, large, little].  

 

Half term  

31.10.22 

Week 8 

 

AFL from autumn 1 

AFL from autumn 1 

AFL from autumn 1 

AFL from autumn 1 

AFL from autumn 1 

AFL from autumn 1 

7.11.22 

Week 9 

Common exception words & vocabulary  

Subordination (when, if, that, because)  

 

Vocabulary 

Choosing nouns or pronouns appropriately for clarity and cohesion and to avoid  

repetition  

 

Relative clauses beginning with who, which, where, when, whose, that, or an omitted relative pronoun  

 

Different types of phrases-adverbial, prepositional and when best to use them to suit the writing 

14.11.22 

Week 10 

Spelling rules 

Spelling rules 

 

Spelling rules 

 

Spelling rules 

 

Spelling rules 

 

Spelling rules 

 

21.11.22 

Week 11 

Simple sentences 

 

 

Homophones and near homophones 

 

Vocabulary- superlatives 

 

Fronted adverbials and commas after fronted adverbials 

 

Indicating degrees of possibility using adverbs [for example, perhaps, surely] or modal verbs [for example, might, should, will, must] 

 

 

Vocabulary 

 

28.11.22 

Week 12 

 

Revision prior to assessment 

Revision prior to assessment 

Revision prior to assessment 

Revision prior to assessment 

Revision prior to assessment 

Revision prior to assessment 

5.12.22 

Week 13 

 

Revision prior to assessment 

Revision prior to assessment 

Revision prior to assessment 

Revision prior to assessment 

Revision prior to assessment 

Revision prior to assessment 

 

12.12.22 

Week 14 

Tense 

Tense 

Tense 

Tense 

Tense 

Tense 

Spring Term  

3.1.23 

Week 1 

AFL from autumn term 

AFL from autumn term 

AFL from autumn term 

AFL from autumn term 

AFL from autumn term 

AFL from autumn term 

9.1.23 

Week 4 

Spelling rules 

Spelling rules 

 

Spelling rules 

 

Spelling rules 

 

Spelling rules 

 

Spelling rules 

 

16.1.23 

Week 3 

Word class 

Word class 

 

Word class 

 

Word class 

 

Word class 

 

Word class 

 

23.1.23 

Week 4 

Punctuation (including exclamation and question marks) 

Use of the suffixes –er, –est in adjectives and the use of –lyin Standard English to turn adjectives into adverbs 

 

Word families based on common words, showing how words are related in form and meaning [for example, solve, solution, solver, dissolve, insoluble] 

 

Noun phrases expanded by the addition of modifying adjectives, nouns and preposition phrases (e.g. the teacher expanded to: the strict maths teacher with curly hair) 

 

Comma to clarify meaning 

Hyphens- including to avoid ambiguity  

30.1.23 

Week 5 

Parts of a sentence 

Tense  

Paragraphs 

Tense 

Identify sentences- including different types of clauses 

 

Identify sentences- clauses and phrases 

6.2.23 

Week 6 

Word class 

Word class 

 

Word class 

-conjunction, verb, adverb, prepositions 

Word class 

 

Word class 

 

Word class 

 

13.2.22 

Week 7 

Spelling rules 

Spelling rules 

 

Spelling rules 

 

Spelling rules 

 

Spelling rules 

 

Spelling rules 

 

Half Term  

27.2.23 

Week 8 

AFL from spring 1 

AFL from spring 1 

AFL from spring 1 

AFL from spring 1 

AFL from spring 1 

AFL from spring 1 

6.3.23 

Week 9 

Tense 

Tense 

Tense 

Tense 

Tense 

Tense 

13.3.23 

Week 10 

Revision prior to assessment 

Revision prior to assessment 

Revision prior to assessment 

Revision prior to assessment 

Revision prior to assessment 

Revision prior to assessment 

20.3.23 

week 11 

Revision prior to assessment 

Revision prior to assessment 

Revision prior to assessment 

Revision prior to assessment 

Revision prior to assessment 

Revision prior to assessment 

27.3.23 

Week 12 

Spelling rules 

Spelling rules 

 

Spelling rules 

 

Spelling rules 

 

Spelling rules 

 

Spelling rules 

 

Summer Term  

17.4.23 

Week 1 

Joining words and joining clauses  

Sentences with different forms: statement, question, exclamation, command  

Write sentences with more than one clause, using coordinating and subordinating conjunctions accurately, including when, before, after, while, so, because.  

Use conjunctions (e.g. because, when, before, after, while, even so), adverbs (e.g. often, quickly, very, then next, soon, therefore )and prepositions (e.g. next to, before, during, after, in, because of, underneath, with)  to express time, place and cause. to not only add detail but for cohesion.    

Precise use of preposition phrases, subordinate clauses and noun phrases as adverbials to indicate time, place, manner or frequency. 

Précising longer passages  

24.4.23  

Week 2 

Proper nouns: capital letters and the pronoun I  

Using suffixes to change the Meaning of words: ing, ed, er, est to root words where no changes to spelling is made.  

Inverted commas for speech  

Proof reading texts for errors  

Proof reading texts for errors  

Dashes, hyphens brackets, colon, semicolon 

1.5.23  

Week3  

Determiners  

Spelling of compound words  

Compound sentences  

Subordinate clauses 

Standard English we, were, I did  

To use commas to avoid ambiguity  

Vocabulary- synoymns 

8.5.23  

Week 4 

Prefixes un and suffixes -ing 

Homophones/near homophones  

Prepositions  

Speech punctuation  

Modal verbs 

Modal verbs 

15.5.23 

Week 5 

Compound sentences  

Common exception words  

Adverbials  

Apostrophes for singular and plural possession  

Dashes, hyphens and brackets 

Dashes, hyphens and brackets 

22.5.23 

Week 6 

Vocabulary  

Plurals using s and es  

Determiners a and an  

Nouns and pronouns to avoid repetition 

Homophones: affect, effect, practice/practice  

Homophones: affect, effect, practice/practice  

Half term  

 

 

 

 

 

 

5.6.23  

Week 7 

Question marks and exclamation marks to demarcate commands and question sentences 

Vocabulary  Adjective choices  

Homophones  

Word families- spellings  

Spellings  

Spellings  

12.6.23  

Week 8 

Question marks and exclamation marks to demarcate commands and question sentences 

Apostrophes to mark where letters are missing in spellings and to mark singular possession in nouns 

Prefixes auto, anti, super, in, dis 

Prefixes  

Prefixes  

Prefixes  

19.6.23  

Week 9 

Common exception words  

To use adverbs ly  

Suffixes -ly, -ous, -ation 

Suffixes  

Suffixes  

Suffixes  

26.6.23 

Week 10 

Parts of a sentence.  

Suffixes -ment, -less, ful,  

Verb tense agreement  

Verb tense agreement  

Verb tense agreement  

Verb tense agreement  

3.7.23 

Week 11 

AFL 

AFL 

AFL 

AFL 

AFL 

AFL 

10.7.23  

Week 12 

AFL  

AFL 

AFL  

AFL 

AFL 

AFL 

Mathematics - Can You Still? 

 

Autumn term  

Rec  

Yr 1 

Yr 2 

Yr 3 

Yr 4 

Yr 5 

Yr 6 

Week 1 

5.9.22 

Induction 

Number formation 1-10 

Place Value  

Autumn Yr 1A (Unit 6) 

Ordering Numbers to 20. 

One more/less.  

Comparing numbers using the more than less than signs.  

Spring Yr 1 1B (Unit 9) 

Numbers to 50  

Counting to 50  

Place value Numbers to 100  

Yr 2A Unit 1 

Comparing numbers.  

Ordering. 

Place value  

Numbers to 100  

Yr 2A Unit 1 

Comparing numbers.  

Ordering. 

 

Place value Yr 4A Unit 1, 2, 3 

Numbers to 1,000 

Representing 4-digit numbers.  

Comparing 4-digit numbers.  

Place value Yr 4A Unit 1.  

The number line to 10,000 

Ordering numbers to 10,000 

Unit 2 

Counting in 25s. 

Week 2 

12.9.22 

Induction 

Place Value: to 5  

Missing number  

Number sequencing  

Number formation 

1 more/less 

 

 

Place value   

Spring Yr 1B (Unit 9) 

Counting in 2s and 5 to 50. Counting on.  

Place value Numbers to 100  

Yr 2A Unit 1  

 Reason about the location of any 2 digit number in the linear number system identifying the previous and next multiple of 10. 

Adding 2 digit and 1 digit numbers  

Place value Numbers to 1000  

Comparing numbers.  

Ordering. 

Place value Yr 4A Unit 1 

Counting in 1,000s 

Finding 1000 more/less 

Rounding to the nearest 1,000 

Place value  

Yr 5A 

Unit 5 multiplying and dividing numbers by 10,100,1000 

Week 3 

19.9.22 

Recognising 1.  

Subitising.  

 

Place value:  Rec book A 

Making 5 

Addition and subtraction within 10.  

Autumn 1A (Unit 3)  

Part whole models. 

Bar models.  

Number bond.  

Related facts  

Place value Place value Numbers to 100  

Yr 2A Unit 2 

Adding and subtract across 10.  

Add and subtract 1 digit number from a 2 digit number .  

 

Addition Yr 3A Unit 2/3 

Adding a 3-digit number and 1s.  

Adding a 3 digit numbers and 2 digit number.  

Adding two, 3-digit numbers 

Estimation  

Place value Yr 4A Unit 1.  

The number line to 10,000 

Ordering numbers to 10,000 

Unit 2 

Counting in 25s.  

Addition and subtraction 

Week 4 

26.9.22 

Recognising 2  

Subitising.  

 

Geometry  

Rec Book A 

3D and 2D shapes  

 

 

Addition within 20 

Spring Yr 1B (unit 7)  

Add by counting on (adding ones).  

Adding ones.  

Finding Number bonds. 

Add by making 10  

Addition Yr 2A Unit 3 

Adding 2, 2 digit numbers.  

Multiplication and division  Yr 3A Unit 4.  

Multiplication as equal grouping.  

Multiplying and dividing by 4.  

Addition Yr 4A Unit 3 

Adding and subtracting 1s, 10s, 100s and 1000s.  

Addition and subtraction 

Decimals  

Week 5 

3.10.22 

Recognising 3.  

Subitising.  

 

Number: numbers to 10 

Rec book B 

Counting to 6,7,8 

Counting to 9,10 

Addition within 20 

Part whole models. 

Bar models.  

Number bond.  

Related facts 

Subtraction 

Yr 2A unit 3.  

Subtracting 1 digit number from 2 digit number.  

Subtract 2 digit number from 2 digit number.  

Multiplication and division Yr 3A unit 4 

Multiplying and dividing by 8.  

Understanding divisibility.  

Related multiplication facts.  

Multiplication and division. 

 X6, x7, x9, x11, x12 tables and division facts. 

Multiplication and division  

Yr 5A Unit 5 

Multiplying a 4-digit number by 1 digit number.  

Dividing a 4-digit number by 1 digit number.  

 

Week6 

10.10.22 

Recognising 4  

Subitising.  

 

Number 

Rec book B 

Comparing numbers within 10.  

Subtraction within 20 

Spring Yr 1B Unit 8 

Subtracting ones. 

Subtracting tens and ones.  

Solving word and picture problems – subtraction. 

Addition and subtraction  

Money  

Multiplication and division. Yr 4B unit 6  

Dividing a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number.  

Division with remainders. 

Multiplication and division  

Yr 5A  

Multiples 

Factors 

Week 7 

17.10.22 

Recognising 5 subitising  

Number:  

Different ways to make a number  within 10.  

Addition and subtraction problem solving 

Spring Yr 1B Unit 8 

Addition and subtraction facts to 20.  

Solving word and picture problems- addition and subtraction. 

Statistics  

 

Statistics  

 Multiplication and division. Yr 4B unit 6  

Multiplying more than two numbers  

Unit 5 

Multiplying by 10, 100 

Fractions Yr 5B unit 1  

Equivalent fractions 

Adding and subtracting fractions.  

Half term  

Week 8 

31.10.22 

Pattern tracing  

Measures 

Rec book B 

Height  

Measures:  

Spring Yr 1B 

height and length 

To compare the heights of objects 

To compare the length of objects. 

To measure lengths  

Geometry Spring Yr 2B Unit 9  

Recognising 2D and 3D shapes.  

Counting sides on 2D shapes 

Counting vertices o 2D shapes.  

Finding lines of symmetry 

Statistics  

Measurement: Area and perimeter.   Perimeter of a rectangle 

Perimeter of rectilinear shapes. 

Area of a rectangle.  

 

Fraction  

Mixed and improper fractions.  

Week 9. 

 7.11.22 

Number matching 

Measures  

Rec Book B  

Weight  

Spring  Yr 1B  

height and length 

To find differences in lengths  

To find differences in heights.  

Geometry Spring Yr 2B Unit 9 

Sorting 2D shapes 

Making patterns with 2D shapes 

Counting faces on 3D shapes.  

Counting edges on 3D shapes 

Sorting 3D shapes 

Measurement Length and perimeter Estimation 

Money  

Fractions Yr 4B Unit 9 

Fractions of a quantity  

Week 10 

14.11.22 

Pattens with shapes 

Number bonds to 10 

Spring  Yr 1B weight and volume  

To compare weight  

To make justifications around weight  

Fractions 

Measurement Length and perimeter  

 

Fractions Yr 4B Unit 8 

Fractions greater than 1.  

Decimals and percentages  Yr 5B 

Unit 11.  

Ordering decimals comparing decimals  

Rounding decimals 

Week 11 

21.11.22 

Shape sort  

2D shapes  

Addition Combining two groups to make a whole  

Spring Yr 1B weight and volume 

To compare volume 

To make justifications around volume 

Fractions 

Fractions  

Yr3B Unit 9  

Unit and non-unit fractions.  

Making the whole 

Fractions of a set of objects  

 Fractions as numbers  

 

Fractions Yr 4B unit 9  

Adding fractions 

Subtracting fractions 

Solving problems adding and subtracting fractions.  

Fraction decimals and percentages yr5B 

Week 12 

28.11.22 

Statistics  

Bar charts 

 

Number bonds to  10 

 

Subtraction 

 

Geometry- Shape Autumn Yr 1A (unit 5)  

Making patterns with shapes. Naming 2D shapes  

Length and height 

Fractions  

Yr 3B Unit 9/ 3C Unit 10 

Comparing fractions.  

Ordering fractions  

  

Decimals  

 

Week 13 

5.12.22 

Number sequencing to 5 

Numbers to ten  

Missing numbers in the pattern 

Sequencing 

1 more/less 

Geometry- Shape Autumn Y1A (unit 5)  

Making patterns with shapes. Naming 3D shapes 

Length and height 

Geometry Spring Yr 2B Unit 9 

Sorting 2D shapes 

Making patterns with 2D shapes 

Counting faces on 3D shapes.  

Counting edges on 3D shapes 

Sorting 3D shape 

Decimals 

Statistics  

Week 14 12.12.22 

AFL 

AFL 

AFL of covered work this term.  

AFL of covered work this term. 

AFL  

AFL 

AF  

 

 

Spring term  

Rec  

Yr 1 

Yr 2 

Yr 3 

Yr 4 

Yr 5 

Yr 6 

Week 1 

3.1.23 

Numbers to 5 

Place Value within 10  

Read numbers as numerals, words and pictures.  

Identifying where numbers go on a number line. 

Multiplication and division  

Spring Yr 1B(Unit 9)  

Count in 2s  

Count in 5s.  

Position and direction 

Fractions  

Yr 3C Unit 10 

Adding fractions.  

Subtracting fractions 

Decimals  

Decimals 

Week 2 

9.1.23 

Number: Comparing groups within 5  

Rec book A 

1 more/less 

Place value within 10  

Number sequences: Reading numbers forwards and backwards on a number line.  

Comparing numbers. 

One more, one less.  

Multiplication and division  

Summer Yr 1C (Unit12)  

Count in 10s 

Count in 5s  

Count in 2s. 

Position and direction 

Fractions  

Yr 3C Unit 10 

Problem solving  

Measurement: Money  

Decimals  

Week 3 

16.1.23 

Number: Number bonds to 5  

Rec book A 

Addition and subtraction within 10 

read, write and understand calculations involving addition (+), subtraction (–) and equals (=) signs;  

• recall number facts to ten and related subtraction facts, using these to derive number facts to 10; 

 • add and subtract 3 one one-digit   including zero;  

Multiplication and division  

Summer Yr 1C (Unit12)  

Count in 10s 

Count in 5s  

Count in 2s. 

Effective problem solving 

Spring 2B Unit 12 

Fractions  

Time  

Geometry: Properties of shapes  

Week 4 

23.1.23 

Geometry  

Rec Book A 

3D and 2D shapes  

 

Addition and subtraction within 10  

solve one-step problems in familiar contexts, that involve addition and subtraction, using equipment, pictures and models;  

• use number facts to solve missing number problems 

Fractions  

Effective problem solving 

Spring 2B Unit 12  

Time  

Statistics  

Geometry Yr 5C  

Identifying angles  

Sorting angles calculating angles  

Week 5 

30.1.23 

Number formation  

AFL place value  

 Fractions  

Time  

Time  

Statistics 

Geometry  

Properties of shape 

Week 6 

6.2.23 

Number bonds to 5 

Geometry  

Geometry; 

position and direction 

Time  

Geometry Yr 3C Unit 12 

Turns and angles.  

Right angles in shapes.  

Geometry Properties of shape Yr 4C Unit 15 identify regular and irregular shapes 

Classify triangles 

Classify and compare quadrilaterals.  

Geometry position and direction  

Turns, direction 

Translation 

Co ordinates 

Week 7 

13.2.23 

Change within 5  

Rec book A 

Geometry  

Place value Numbers within 100. 

2A Unit 1  

Tens and ones- decompose suing standard and non standard partitioning. 

Measures: mass capacity and temperature   

Geometry Yr 3C Unit 12 

Recognising and describing 2D shapes and their angles.   

Geometry  

Properties of shape 

Yr 4C Unit 15 

Lines of symmetry inside a shape. 

Completing a symmetric figure. 

 

Measurement: Converting units of measurement  

Length  

Reading scales  

Half term  

Week 8 

27.2.23 

Number sequences  

Place value within 20.  

Visual representations of numbers to 20  

numbers as numerals, words and pictures. use t Visual representations of numbers to 20.  

The equals symbol.   

Money  

Measures: mass capacity and temperature  capacity and temperature   

Measurement: mass and capacity  

Geometry position and direction  

Yr 4C unit 16 

Drawing on a grid 

Moving on a grid 

Describing movement of a grid.  

Measurement: Converting units of measurement 

Weight 

Reading scales  

Week 9 

6.3.23 

Pattern sequences  

Place value to 20 

Numbers on a number line 

Part whole models  using and finding number  bonds within 4.  

Then find bonds within 5 and 6 .  

Time  

Money  

Measurement mass and capacity 

Measurement mass and capacity 

Measurement: Converting units of measurement volume  

Reading scales  

Week 10 

13.3.23 

Number match 

Place Value to 20 

Part whole and bar models using bonds within 7 and 8 then 9 then 10.  

 

 

Time  

Money  

Money  

Money  

Number: percentages  

Week 11 

20.3.23 

Number formation 1-6 

Place value to 20  

Counting on from the biggest number.  

Counting back from the biggest number  

Part whole model for subtraction.  

 

Multiplication and division  

Yr 2A unit 5 

Multiplication as equal groups.  

Adding as equal groups. 

 

Multiplication for multiplication test   

Multiplication and division  

Number: fractions and ratio 

Week 12 

27.3.23 

Number formation 

Time  

My day  

Days of the week 

 

Multiplication and division  Yr 2B Unit 6 

Making equal groups  

Sharing and grouping. 

Multiplication  

for multiplication test   

Multiplication and division  

Yr 4A Unit 5 

Multiply and divide by 6,7,9, 11, 12  

AFL  

 

Summer term  

Rec  

Yr 1 

Yr 2 

Yr 3 

Yr 4 

Yr 5 

Yr 6 

Week 1 

17.4.23 

Number: numbers to 10 

Rec book B 

Counting to 6,7,8 

Counting to 9,10  

Numerical patterns  

Rec book c unit 16 

Doubles and halves 

Odd and even   

Place value Numbers to 100  

Yr 2A Unit 1 

Comparing numbers.  

Ordering. 

Place value within 1000 

Yr 3A Unit 1 

Counting in 100s 

Representing numbers to 1,00 

100s, 10s, 1s 

Compare numbers  

Place value Yr 4A Unit 1, 2, 3 

Numbers to 1,000 

Representing 4-digit numbers.  

Comparing 4 digit numbers.  

Place value  

Yr 5A 

Unit 5 multiplying and dividing numbers by 10,100,1000 

Place value  

Week 2 

24.4.23 

Number 

Rec book B 

Comparing numbers within 10.  

Geometry  

Place value Numbers to 100  

Yr 2A Unit 1  

 Reason about the location of any 2 digit number in the linear number system identifying the previous and next multiple of 10. 

Adding 2 digit and 1 digit numbers  

Place value within 1000 

Yr 3A Unit 1 

Representing numbers to 1000.  

100s, 10s, 1s. comparing numbers  

Place value Yr 4A Unit 1 

Counting in 1,000s 

Finding 1000 more/less 

Rounding to the nearest 1,000 

Place Value  

Yr 3B Unit 9 (fractions)  

Tenths and fractions as numbers  

Number: Algebra  

Week 3 

1.5.23 

Number:  

Different ways to make a number  within 10.  

 Statistics  

Place value Place value Numbers to 100  

Yr 2A Unit 2 

Adding and subtract across 10.  

Add and subtract 1 digit number from a 2 digit number .  

 

Place value within 1000 

Yr 3A Unit 1 

 Number lines to 1000 

ordering 

1, 10,100 more, less.  

Place value Yr 4A Unit 1.  

The number line to 10,000 

Ordering numbers to 10,000 

Unit 2 

Counting in 25s.  

Multiplication and division  

Yr 5A  

Multiples 

Factors  

Fractions, decimals, percentages  

Week 4 

8.5.23 

Number 

Rec book B 

Addition to 10 

 Numbers between 20 and 30 

Yr 1 Unit 9 

Identify numbers 

Match words, numbers and pictures. 

One more, less 

 

Addition Yr 2A Unit 3 

Adding 2, 2 digit numbers.  

Addition Yr 3A Unit 2/3 

Adding a 3-digit number and 1s.  

Adding a 3 digit numbers and 2 digit number.  

Adding two, 3-digit numbers 

Addition Yr 4A Unit 3 

Adding and subtracting 1s, 10s, 100s and 1000s.  

 Multiplication and division  

Yr 5A Unit 5 

Multiplying a 4-digit number by 1 digit number.  

Dividing a 4-digit number by 1 digit number.  

 

Geometry: properties of shape  

Week 5 

15.5.23 

Measures 

Rec book B 

Height  

Place value. Numbers to 30 

Number formation 

Number songs 

Number sort 

Subtraction 

Yr 2A unit 3.  

Subtracting 1 digit number from 2 digit number.  

Subtract 2 digit number from 2 digit number.  

Subtraction 

Yr 3A Unit 3/4 

Subtracting a 3-digit number from a 2- digit number.  

Subtraction Yr4 A unit 3  

 Fractions Yr 4B unit 9 

Calculating fractions of a quantity.  

 

Measurement: length, width, area, volume 

Week 6 

22.5.23 

Measures  

Rec Book B  

Weight  

Addition  

Addition and subtraction  

Addition and subtraction Yr 3A Unit 2 

Adding and subtracting 100s.  

Unit 3  

Addition and subtraction problems,  

Addition and subtraction Yr4 A unit 3 

Checking strategies  

Problem solving.  

Fractions Yr 4B Unit 9  

Equivalent fractions. 

Decimals as fractions.  

Statistics  

Half Term  

Week 7 

5.6.23 

Number bonds to 10 

Subtraction  

Multiplication  

Yr 2|B unit 5 

Multiplication as equal groups.  

Adding as equal groups.  

Multiplication and division  Yr 3A Unit 4.  

Multiplication as equal grouping.  

Multiplying and dividing by 4.  

Multiplication  

Yr 4A Unit 5  

Multiplying by multiples of 10 and 100.  

Multiplying and dividing by 0 and 1. 

Multiplying by 6  

Addition and subtraction  

Problem solving.  

Statistics  

Week 8 

12.6.23 

Addition Combining two groups to make a whole  

Money  

Multiplication and division  Yr 2B Unit 6 

Making equal groups  

Sharing and grouping.  

Multiplication and division Yr 3A unit 4 

Multiplying and dividing by 8.  

Understanding divisibility.  

Related multiplication facts.  

Multiplication and division Yr 4A Unit 5  

X 6, X7, X9  

Statistics  

Problem solving strategies.  

Week 9 

19.6.23 

Subtraction  

Geometry  

2D and 3D shapes 

Money  

Money  

Statistics  

Statistics 

Problem solving strategies 

Week 10 

26.6.23 

Numbers to ten  

Missing numbers in the pattern 

Sequencing 

1 more/less 

Measures 

Length, weight, height.  

Money  

Money  

Measure Yr 4A unit 4  

Perimeter of a rectangle 

Perimeter of rectilinear shapes.   

Measurement: perimeter and area 

Problem solving strategies 

Week 11 

3.7.23 

Number formation  

AFL  

AFL  

AFL  

AFL  

AFL 

AFL  

Week 12 

10.7.23 

AFL  

AFL place value.  

AFL  

AFL  

AFL  

AFL 

AFL  

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