# KS1 & KS2 Maths

## Unit sequence

### Introducing our new curriculum sequence for 2023/2024!

Units that make up our curricula are fully sequenced, and aligned to the national curriculum.

#### Highlight a thread

Threads are groups of units across the curriculum that build a common body of knowledge

#### Year group

### Year 1

1

#### Counting, recognising and comparing numbers 0 - 10

2

#### Counting to and from 20

3

#### Counting in tens - decade numbers

4

#### Pattern in counting from 20 to 100

5

#### Comparing quantities - part whole relationships

6

#### Composition of numbers 0 to 5

7

#### Recognise, compose, decompose and manipulate 2D and 3D shapes

8

#### Composition of numbers 6 to 10

9

#### Additive structures: addition

10

#### Additive structures: addition and subtraction

11

#### Addition and subtraction facts within 10

12

#### Composition of numbers 11 to 19

13

#### Numbers 0 to 20 in different contexts

14

#### Unitising and coin recognitions - counting in 2s, 5s and 10s

15

#### Unitising and coin recognition - value of a set of coins

16

#### Unitising and coin recognition - solving problems involving money

17

#### Position and direction including fractions of turns

18

#### Time - sequencing events and telling the time to the hour and half hour

### Year 2

1

#### Composition of multiples of 10

2

#### Counting and representing the numbers 20 to 99

3

#### Comparing, ordering and partitioning 2-digit numbers

4

#### Secure fluency of addition and subtraction facts within 10

5

#### Calculating within 20

6

#### Adding and subtracting ones and tens to and from 2-digit numbers

7

#### Grouping objects in different ways and relating to multiplication

8

#### Representing counting in 2s and 10s as the 2 and 10 times tables

9

#### Representing counting in 5s as the 5 times table and link to the 10 times tables

10

#### Multiplying by 2, doubling and halving (factors and products)

11

#### Introduction to division structures

12

#### Shape: discuss and compare 2D and 3D shapes

13

#### Addition and subtraction of two 2-digit numbers

14

#### Money: recognise coins and use Â£ and p symbols

15

#### Fractions: identify equal parts and be familiar with halves, thirds and quarters

16

#### Time: write and tell the time to five minutes

17

#### Position and direction

18

#### Doubling, halving, quotative and partitive division

19

#### Sense of measure - capacity, volume and mass

### Year 3

1

#### Review strategies for adding and subtracting across 10

2

#### Securing place value to 100 and applying to addition and subtraction

3

#### Bridging 100: counting on and back in 10s, adding/subtracting multiples of 10

4

#### Measuring length and recording in tables

5

#### Representing 3-digit numbers, comparing and positioning on number lines

6

#### Measures: mass and capacity

7

#### Right angles

8

#### Informal and mental strategies for adding and subtracting two 3-digit numbers

9

#### Understand additive relationships and apply them to rearrange equations

10

#### Column addition

11

#### 2, 4 and 8 times tables: using times tables to solve problems

12

#### Column subtraction

13

#### Unit fractions as part of a whole

14

#### Identify parts and wholes in different contexts

15

#### Compare and order unit fractions

16

#### Calculate the value of a part (fractions as operators)

17

#### Non-unit fractions

18

#### Composition of non-unit fractions: addition and subtraction

19

#### Parallel and perpendicular sides in polygons (and perimeter)

20

#### Tell the time to the nearest minute and compare units of time

### Year 4

1

#### Review of column addition and subtraction (Roman Numerals)

2

#### Secure place value to 1000: apply to addition and subtraction: multiples of 100

3

#### Calculation and conversion of measures

4

#### Comparing, ordering and rounding 4-digit numbers

5

#### Column addition and subtraction with 4-digit numbers

6

#### Perimeter

7

#### Represent counting in threes and sixes as the 3 and 6 times tables

8

#### Relationship between the 3 and 6 times tables and tests of divisibility

9

#### Represent counting in nines as the 9 times table

10

#### Relationship between the 3 and 9 times tables

11

#### 7 times table: odd and even patterns, square numbers and tests of divisibility

12

#### Understand and represent multiplicative structures

13

#### Apply the distributive law to multiplication

14

#### Understand what happens when a number is multiplied or divided by 10 and 100

15

#### Coordinates

16

#### Review of fractions

17

#### Composition of fractions greater than one

18

#### Compare and order mixed numbers and position on a number line

19

#### Addition and subtraction of fractions and mixed numbers (within a whole)

20

#### Convert improper fractions to mixed numbers and vice versa

21

#### Efficient strategies for adding and subtracting mixed numbers (crossing a whole)

22

#### Symmetry in 2D shapes

23

#### Time: Convert between 12 and 24 hour clocks: analogue and digital

24

#### Division with remainders

### Year 5

1

#### Understand tenths as part of a whole, represent and calculate mentally

2

#### Compose and calculate with decimals including column addition and subtraction

3

#### Understand hundredths as parts of a whole and represent

4

#### Use knowledge of decimals to solve problems in different contexts: length

5

#### Money: apply efficient strategies when calculating with money

6

#### Negative numbers

7

#### Multiplication by partitioning leading to short multiplication (2 by 1-digit)

8

#### Multiplication by partitioning leading to short multiplication (3 by 1-digit)

9

#### Division by partitioning leading to short division (2 and 3-digits by 1-digit)

10

#### Understand the concept of area

11

#### Link area of rectangles to multiplication

12

#### Compare and describe measurements using knowledge of multiplication and division

13

#### Calculating with decimal fractions

14

#### Understand the concept of volume

15

#### Multiply 3 or more numbers (commutative and associative laws)

16

#### Understand and use the concept of factorisation (square and prime numbers)

17

#### Use common factors and multiples to solve calculations efficiently

18

#### Multiply a proper fraction by a whole number

19

#### Multiply improper fractions and mixed numbers by a whole number

20

#### Find unit and non-unit fractions of whole numbers exploring parts and wholes

21

#### Comparing fractions using equivalence and decimals

22

#### Converting units

23

#### Angles: compare, name, estimate and measure angles

### Year 6

1

#### Use knowledge of part whole structure to solve additive problems

2

#### Use equivalence and compensation to simplify and solve addition calculations

3

#### Use equivalence and compensation to simplify and solve subtraction problems

4

#### Multiples of 1,000

5

#### Understand place value within numbers with up to 7 digits

6

#### Order, compare and calculate with numbers up to 8 digits

7

#### Rounding and solving problems with numbers up to 7 digits

8

#### Draw, compose and decompose shapes

9

#### Using equivalence to calculate

10

#### Multiplying and dividing by 2-digit numbers

11

#### Area, perimeter, position and direction

12

#### Addition and subtraction of fractions

13

#### Comparing fractions

14

#### Multiplication and division of fractions

15

#### Understanding percentages

16

#### Statistics

17

#### Ratio and proportion

18

#### Calculating using knowledge of equivalence in addition and subtraction

19

#### Solving problems with two unknowns

20

#### Order of operations

21

#### Mean average

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