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KS 2 Reading Writing Maths Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 2013 2015 National 2015 97% KS 2 Reading Writing Maths Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 2013 2015 National 2015 97% 83% 67% 0% 93% 40% 7% 90% 57% 7% 83% 60% 0% Level 4+ Level 4 b+ Level 5+ Level 6 Level 4+ Level 4 b+ Level 5+ Level 6 2014 90% 67% 0% 93% 47% 3% 93% 87% 40% 13% 87% 83% 7% 97% 94% 68% 0% 97%* 52%* 13%* 97% 90% 55% 16% 94% 90% 71% 10% 89% 80% 48% 0% 87% 36% 2% 87% 77% 41% 9% 80% 73% 55% 4% 2013 2014 2015 National 2015 96% 43% 93% 43% 100% 42% 91% 33 % 2 levels 100% 94% 3 levels Reading Progress from KS 1 2 levels 3 levels 43% 33% 61% 36% 2 levels 3 levels 93% 36% 97% 40% 100% 52% 90% 34% Writing Maths

Maths at KS 2 New Curriculum in place throughout school • Higher expectations in Maths at KS 2 New Curriculum in place throughout school • Higher expectations in all year groups • Deeper knowledge and challenge rather than acceleration through new content … • Fluency in the fundamentals of Maths • Reason mathematically • Problem solve

Maths at KS 2 Key skills: Arithmetic • Quick mental calculation • Fast recall Maths at KS 2 Key skills: Arithmetic • Quick mental calculation • Fast recall of tables, including inverse facts • Number bonds • Efficient methods • Knowing when a written calculation is needed • Knowing which written calculation to use

Helping your child with Maths is in everything we do – use it! Shopping Helping your child with Maths is in everything we do – use it! Shopping • Adding up cost • Working out change • Discounts – 30% off • Buy one, get one half price • 2 kg of potatoes – how much for 500 grams?

Helping your child with Maths is in everything we do – use it! At Helping your child with Maths is in everything we do – use it! At home: • Telling the time – how long until bedtime or a favourite TV programme? • Cooking – how long until the cake is cooked? How much flour? What is 250 g in kgs? • If you have 1/6 of the cake, how much will be left? • If we have 32 chocolates in a box, how many can we each have? Will there be a remainder? • Measuring – what is the area of this room? • How far is it to…

Helping your child with Maths Helping learn key skills: tables In order, at random, Helping your child with Maths Helping learn key skills: tables In order, at random, inverse, in context 4 x table 8 x 4=32 4 x 8=32 32÷ 8=4 32÷ 4=8 8 people each put £ 4 towards a party. How much did they have altogether?

Addition at KS 2 Addition at KS 2

Addition at KS 2 Addition at KS 2

Addition at KS 2 Addition at KS 2

Subtraction at KS 2 Subtraction at KS 2

Subtraction at KS 2 Subtraction at KS 2

Multiplication at KS 2 Multiplication at KS 2

Multiplication at KS 2 Multiplication at KS 2

Division at KS 2 Division at KS 2

Division at KS 2 Division at KS 2

Question analysis Only 8 out of 30 Y 6 children sampled in July 2015 Question analysis Only 8 out of 30 Y 6 children sampled in July 2015 in Enfield answered this correct. What do you think the most popular incorrect answer was? Why? How could you address this in your class? .

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