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Wrightington Mossy Lea Primary The approach to teaching calculation methods

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Do it your way! 25x19 5% of 86 248-99 103-98 ½ of 378 475 4.3 149 5 189

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Mental first 56+ 29 or 56 +29 Children cease to “say” the numbers, seeing only digits in columns e.g. “6 add 9” instead of “56 add 29”

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2000 -102 This is most sensibly done by counting back

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25x8 or 25 x 8 Children relying on written procedures forget how much they can do mentally. 25x8 is double 25x4 which is double 25x2

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The calculating repertoire “Brain paper”: Mental recall of number facts Mental methods of calculation Real paper Jottings to record mental calculations Informal written methods Standard written methods

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The calculating continuum Mental Recall Mental Calculations with jottings Informal Methods Expanded Written Methods Standard Written Methods Calculator No longer in Sats tests from 2014

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The calculating repertoire Children constantly move up and down the continuum Learning a new method of calculating does not mean other ways are no longer relevant Children should always be looking for calculations they can do wholly or partly mentally

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The easy way to divide!

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72 ÷ 4 = 472 we know 10 x 440 32 we know 8 x 432 0 18

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96 ÷ 6 = 966 we know 10 x 660 36 we know 6 x 636 0 16

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KS2 Sats

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Primary Curriculum 2014 Summary of changes Primary Curriculum 2014 Summary of changes

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What will happen in September 2014 Reception will remain learning from EYFS Y6 will remain on the current National Curriculum in preparation for the 2015 national Sats tests. Y1 – Y5 will start to work on the new national curriculum in all subjects. New Sats tests will come into force in 2016

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Mathematics – KS1 No data handling required Rounding to nearest 10 removed from KS1 Y1: Counting & writing numbers to 100 Y1: Write numbers words to 20 Y1: Number bonds to 20 Y2: Finding fractions of quantities Y2: Adding two-digit numbers Y2: Telling the time to nearest 5 minutes Y2: Make comparisons using = symbols Y2: Solve simple money problems using £/p Mathematics – KS1 No data handling required Rounding to nearest 10 removed from KS1 Y1: Counting & writing numbers to 100 Y1: Write numbers words to 20 Y1: Number bonds to 20 Y2: Finding fractions of quantities Y2: Adding two-digit numbers Y2: Telling the time to nearest 5 minutes Y2: Make comparisons using = symbols Y2: Solve simple money problems using £/p

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Mathematics – LKS2 No ratio required in LKS2 Written division moved to UKS2 No calculator skills included Carroll / Venn diagrams no longer required Y3: Formal written methods for + & — Y3: Compare, order & + & — easy fractions Y3: Vocabulary of angles & lines Y3: Time including 24h clock & Roman numerals Y4: Recognise equivalent fractions/decimals Y4: Solve fractions & decimals problems Y4: Perimeter/area of compound shapes Y4: Know multiplication tables to 12 x 12 Mathematics – LKS2 No ratio required in LKS2 Written division moved to UKS2 No calculator skills included Carroll / Venn diagrams no longer required Y3: Formal written methods for + & — Y3: Compare, order & + & — easy fractions Y3: Vocabulary of angles & lines Y3: Time including 24h clock & Roman numerals Y4: Recognise equivalent fractions/decimals Y4: Solve fractions & decimals problems Y4: Perimeter/area of compound shapes Y4: Know multiplication tables to 12 x 12

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Mathematics – UKS2 No calculator skills included No probability included Data handling greatly reduced content Y5: Use decimals to 3dp, including problems Y5: Use standard multiplication & division methods Y5: Add/subtract fractions with same denominator Y5: Multiply fractions by whole numbers Y6: Long division Y6: Calculate decimal equivalent of fractions Y6: Use formula for area & volume of shapes Y6: Calculate area of triangles & parallelograms Y6: Introductory algebra & equation-solving Mathematics – UKS2 No calculator skills included No probability included Data handling greatly reduced content Y5: Use decimals to 3dp, including problems Y5: Use standard multiplication & division methods Y5: Add/subtract fractions with same denominator Y5: Multiply fractions by whole numbers Y6: Long division Y6: Calculate decimal equivalent of fractions Y6: Use formula for area & volume of shapes Y6: Calculate area of triangles & parallelograms Y6: Introductory algebra & equation-solving

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Progression in Calculations 2014

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Using ICT

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