To know times table and division facts up to 10x10


To use prior knowledge to solve problems. e.g. 15 x 20 = 300, what is 15 x 21? 15 x 19?


To multiply and divide by 10, 100, 1000
e.g. 13 x 1000? 17.6 x 10? 17,600 ÷ 100? 17,600 ÷ 1000?


To solve word problems like ‘4 people paid £72 for football tickets. How much did each ticket cost?’


To have strategies to be able work out mentally, what is 36 multiplied by 9?


To know if a number is in a particular times table.
e.g. is 1736 in the 10, 5, 2 times tables? How do you know? Is it in the 4 or 8 times table? Is it in the 3, 6 or 9 times table? How do you know?


To identify factors of numbers up 100


To identify square numbers of numbers up 100


To identify prime numbers of numbers up 100


To read numbers up to 10,000,000


To write numbers up to 1,000,000


To round numbers to the nearest 10, 100, 1000


To round up or down to the nearest whole number


To be able to count forward or back in 100s from any number under 10,000
e.g. 4,678 4,578 4,378


To be able to find number bonds to 10 using decimal numbers


To know by heart number bonds to 100


To know numbers between whole numbers e.g. 1.5


To know numbers between decimals e.g. halfway between 1.1 and 1.2 is 1.15


To order numbers including negative numbers and decimals
(e.g. 12, 7, 1, 9)


To add decimal numbers


To find the difference between numbers under 1,000?


To find the difference between decimal numbers under 100 e.g. 25.4 and 36.2


To know how much change you can get from £20 when you spend £13.68. Then convert from pounds to pence.


To double numbers under 100


To halve numbers under 100, e.g. 75, 22.2, 15.8, 0.46


To convert millimetre to centimetres, centimetre to metres and metres to kilometres and visa versa


To convert grams to kilograms and visa versa


To convert seconds to minutes, minutes to hours, hours to days etc.


To be able to find equivalents between fractions, decimals and percentages, e.g. 0.3 = 70 % = 7/10


To order fractions from smallest to biggest and biggest to smallest


To find a percentage of a number
e.g. what is 10% of 80, what is 5% etc.


To identify sequences of numbers e.g. 2.3, 2.7 ___ 3.5


To be confident using the inverse operation

