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**Mathematics at Blackfield Primary and Fawley Infant School**

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**A home school partnership**

Learning for life A home school partnership

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**Confident, successful,and independent thinkers and learners**

Problem Solving Confident, successful,and independent thinkers and learners of Mathematics

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**Facts Recall skills and tables Strategies Logic Reasoning**

Rapid mental agility Facts Recall skills and tables Strategies Logic Reasoning

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**Creating, predicting and justifying using new learning**

Dare to have a go Prepared to take a risk!

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**How can we help your child to reach their potential?**

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**Booster Classes Tuesday 8:05 Friday 8:05 Are you missing out on**

an additional,free learning opportunity? Tuesday 8:05 Friday :05

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**What comes home? Assessment correctons Mental Arithmetic book Topic Computation**

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**What can I do to help my child? **

Daily recall and application of facts and strategies at speed

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**Square number sequence Counting to cross to negatives **

Times tables from 1 to 12 ÷ facts Prime number sequence Square number sequence Counting to cross to negatives Halving and doubling Totals to make 0 .01, 0.1, 1, , 1000 Finding a difference between 2 numbers, times or measures

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**Calculate costs and find change **

Read money on a calculator eg:1.2 = £1.20 = 120p Using coin values Tell the time in words / digital Find a fraction or % Calculate % when shopping Problem solve, reason, predict

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**Use measures and read scales to weigh / find capacity / length**

Use a ruler to measure in mm Measure and draw an angle in degrees / right angles Practise using and reading a calculator Use measures and read scales to weigh / find capacity / length

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**Calculate average mean, mode, median and range **

Interpret a graph Use time tables Read the temperature Calculate average mean, mode, median and range Identify the probability

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**Know relationships between measures eg:**

1000m = 1km 1000ml = 1litre g = 1kg 100cm = 1m mm = 1cm 60mins = 1 hour 30mins = ½ hour 15mins = ¼ hour

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**Blackfield Blog Other Blogs Learning with Mrs Hooper SATs papers**

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**All anyone can do is their best We try to make sure of exactly that**

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Mathematics S.A.Ts What will I be tested on? How many tests are there? What scores do I need? How are they marked? Who will see them? What will my secondary school do with the results?

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Mental out of 20 Non calculator out of 40 Non Calculator out of 40 These results and our assessments are often used for your initial setting at secondary school

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Mental Arithmetic 5 seconds 10 seconds 15 seconds Jottings and Timelines Most pupils achieve 15 or more to secure them a level 4

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**Find ¾ of 44 How many millimetres are there in 3 cm?**

5 seconds Find ¾ of 44 How many millimetres are there in 3 cm?

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10 seconds How many 7s in 630? What is 5% of 1000?

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**Multiply 75 by 20 3 pens cost £1.50 altogether. How much would 7 cost?**

15 seconds Multiply 75 by 20 3 pens cost £1.50 altogether. How much would 7 cost?

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**Look at these statements. For each one put a tick if it is correct **

or a cross if it is not ‘4‘ is the most likely score. ‘2‘ and ‘4‘ are equally likely scores. Odd and even scores are equally likely. A score of ‘3‘ or more is as likely as a score of less than ‘3’. 2 marks

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**Here is a diagram for sorting numbers. **

Write one number in each white section of the diagram. less than 1000 1000 or more multiples of 20 not multiples of 20

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**Use the table to find the distance from London to Manchester.**

This table shows the distances in kilometres between five towns. Use the table to find the distance from London to Manchester. km

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**Here is a number sentence.**

> 85 Circle all the numbers below that make the number sentence correct. Mr Greedy only eats the big bit!

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**Draw accurately the next right-angled triangle on the diagram. **

You may use an angle measurer. 2 marks Use an angle measurer to find the size of angle A.

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**Calculate the perimeter of the shape.**

This shape is made from 4 shaded squares. Calculate the perimeter of the shape.

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**Write in the missing digit.**

Eg: 10 ÷ 5 = 2 ÷ 5 = 2 5 x 2 = 10

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**A packet contains 1.5 kilograms of guinea pig food. **

Danni feeds her guinea pig 30 grams of food each day. How many days does the packet of food last for? 1500 ÷ 30 = (150 ÷ 30) x 10

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**What is the cost of each can?**

Sam buys a pack of 24 cans of cola for £6.00 What is the cost of each can? 600p ÷ 24

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**Rachael fills 5 glasses with lemonade. **

2. A bottle holds 1 litre of lemonade. Rachael fills 5 glasses with lemonade. She puts 150 millilitres in each glass. How much will be left in the bottle?

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**Write in the missing digits to make this correct.**

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Here is a kite. Write the coordinates of point D. ( , )

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**Be wise – revise Websites – BBC Bitesize and Woodlands site**

Books – revision guides CPG Looking over the tests that are being sent home (Mainly maths tests – re-working them and completing corrections and practising timed mental tests) Maths home learning Blog Daily reading

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**WEBSITES http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks2/**

junior.kent.sch.uk/ Apps

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