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Primary mathematics: Year 4 – Progression in mathematics

Document describing the progression in mathematics for a Year 4 child working at age-related expectations. Including information on using and applying mathematics, counting and understanding number, knowing and using number facts, calculating, shape, measuring, handling data. This document is part of the Primary Framework mathematics set of resources.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Primary mathematics: Year 3 – Progression in mathematics

Document describing the progression in mathematics for a Year 3 child working at age-related expectations. Including information on using and applying mathematics, counting and understanding number, knowing and using number facts, calculating, shape, measuring and handling data. This document is part of the Primary Framework mathematics set of resources.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Primary mathematics: Year 5 – Progression in mathematics

Document describing the progression in mathematics for a Year 5 child working at age-related expectations. Including information on using and applying mathematics, counting and understanding number, knowing and using number facts, calculating, shape, measuring, handling data. This document is part of the Primary Framework mathematics set of resources.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Primary mathematics: Year 2 – Progression in mathematics

Document describing the progression in mathematics for a Year 2 child working at age-related expectations. Including information on using and applying mathematics, counting and understanding number, knowing and using number facts, calculating, shape, measuring and handling data. This document is part of the Primary Framework mathematics set of resources.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Progression in mathematics: Yearly overview – Year 6

This document describes the characteristics and mathematical learning of a Year 6 child working at age-related expectations. It provides headteachers and subject leaders with a mathematics curriculum overview. This document may also be helpful in communicating to a range of audiences the mathematics being taught and learned during Year 6, for example when working with teachers new to the year group, newly qualified teachers, teaching assistants or with parents.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011