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## Changes to Maths Curriculum

Changes to the Maths Curriculum: Year 1

 What’s gone? What’s been added? Data handling/Statistics is removed from Y1 No specific requirement to describe patterns No specific requirements to describe ways of solving problems or explain choices Counting & writing numerals to 100 Write numbers in words up to 20 Number bonds secured to 20 Use of vocabulary such as equal, more than, less than, fewer, etc.

Changes to the Maths Curriculum: Year 2

 What’s gone? What’s been added? Rounding two-digit numbers to the nearest 10 Halving/doubling no longer explicitly required Using lists/tables/diagrams to sort objects Solving problems with subtraction Finding/writing fractions of quantities (and lengths) Adding two 2-digit numbers Adding three 1-digit numbers Demonstrating commutativity of addition & multiplication Describing properties of shape (e.g. edges, vertices) Measuring temperature in °C Tell time to nearest 5 minutes Make comparisons using < > = symbols Recognise £ p symbols and solve simple money problems*

Changes to the Maths Curriculum: Year 3

 What’s gone? What’s been added? Specific detail of problem-solving strategies (although the requirement to solve problems remains) Rounding to nearest 10/100 moves to Year 4 Reflective symmetry moves to Year 4 Converting between metric units moves to Year 4 No requirement to use Carroll/Venn diagrams Adding tens or hundreds to 3-digit numbers Formal written methods for addition/subtraction 8 times tables replaces 6 times tables (!) Counting in tenths Comparing, ordering, adding & subtracting fractions with common denominators Indentifying angles larger than/smaller than right angles Indentify horizontal, vertical, parallel and perpendicular lines Tell time to the nearest minute, including 24-hour clock and using Roman numerals Know the number of seconds in a minute and the number of days in each month, year and leap year

Changes to the Maths Curriculum: Year 4

 What’s gone? What’s been added?  Specific detail on lines of enquiry,  representing problems and find strategies to solve problems and explaining methods (i.e. largely from old Ma1)  Using mixed numbers (moved to Y5)  Most ratio work moved to Y6  Written division methods (moved to Y5)  All calculator skills removed from KS2 PoS  Measuring angles in degrees (moved to Y5)  Solving problems with fractions and decimals to two decimal places  Rounding decimals to whole numbers  Roman numerals to 100  Recognising equivalent fractions  Knowing equivalent decimals to common fractions  Dividing by 10 and 100 (incl. with decimal answers)  Using factor pairs  Translation of shapes  Finding perimeter/area of compound shapes  Solve time conversion problems

Changes to the Maths Curriculum: Year 5

 What’s gone? What’s been added? Detail of problem-solving process and data handling cycle no longer required  Calculator skills moved to KS3  Probability moves to KS3   Several elements are now expected to be covered in lower KS2, e.g. decimals/fractions knowledge, points in the first quadrant; parallel/perpendicular lines  Understand & use decimals to 3dp  Solve problems using up to 3dp, and fractions  Write %ages as fractions; fractions as decimals  Use vocabulary of primes, prime factors, composite numbers, etc.  Know prime numbers to 20  Understand square and cube numbers  Use standard multiplication & division methods for up to 4 digits  add and subtract fractions with the same denominator  multiply proper fractions and mixed numbers by whole numbers  deduce facts based on shape knowledge  distinguish regular and irregular polygons  calculate the mean average

Changes to the Maths Curriculum: Year 6

 What’s gone? What’s been added? Detail of problem-solving processes no longer    explicit  Divisibility tests  Calculator skills move to KS3 PoS  Rotation moves to KS3  Probability moves to KS3  Median/Mode/Range no longer required Compare and ordering fractions greater than 1  Long division  4 operations with fractions  Calculate decimal equivalent of fractions  Understand & use order of operations  Plot points in all 4 quadrants  Convert between miles and kilometres  Name radius/diameter and know relationship  Use formulae for area/volume of shapes  Calculate area of triangles & parallelograms  Calculate volume of 3-d shapes  Use letters to represent unknowns (algebra)  Generate and describe linear sequences  Find solutions to unknowns in problems

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