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Unit 8


17th March  2020

Subtracting Length



13th March  2020

Adding Length


The children have been finding the totals of two or more lengths given in centimetres, metres or simple combinations of both units. They have converted their answers into millimetres, centimetres or metres as appropriate.




10th & 11th March  2020

Finding Equivalent Lengths


We have been exploring the equivalence between measurements given in centimetres and measurements given in metres and centimetres as well as centimetres into millimetres. 


6th March  2020

Measuring Length


In this lesson, children will measure using mixed units for the first time. They will accurately measure and record length using a combination of metres and centimetres.



Unit 7


01st & 2nd March 2020

Bar Charts


We have been learning to read and interpret bar graphs with a range of scales and how to use the data to make comparisons.



28th February 2020



We have been learning how to interpret pictograms where each symbol i worth more than 1.


Unit 6


24th February 2020

Adding money


We have been converting pounds to pence to help us add up quantities of money.



Unit 5


31st Jan 2020

Solving mixed number problems



29th Jan 2020

Solving mixed number problems



28th Jan 2020

How many ways?



22nd Jan 2020

Dividing a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number



19th & 20th Jan 2020

Multiplying a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number





9th Jan 2020

Using Related Multiplication Calculations


In this lesson, children have used known multiplication facts to solve related multiplication problems, particularly involving multiplying by 10.



8th Jan 2020

Comparing multiplication and division statements


In this lesson, children will compare multiplication and division statements. They will build on their understanding of commutativity in multiplication to spot patterns, recalling that division is not commutative, and will make comparisons using the < and > signs.



Unit 4


6th Jan 2019

Using Related Facts






27th Nov 2019



Today we have explored what it means to divide by 3 and how to write a division statement that represents either equal grouping or sharing.




26th Nov 2019



In this lesson, children have started to understand what it means to multiply by 3. Children have seen the link between repeated addition, counting up in 3s and multiplying by 3


Unit 3


Wk/C 18th Nov 2019

Bar Models


We have been using a single bar model to represent word problems that require addition or subtraction, and have also developed the use of the bar model to represent comparison and to tackle problems with two or more steps. 



Wk/C 11th Nov 2019

Checking Strategies


This week we have been learning how to use inverse operations and fact families as a way of checking strategies.



18th Oct 2019

Number Patterns


Unit 2


4th Oct 2019

Today we have been learning how to add using the column method. Next week, we will also explore how the column method can be used for subtraction.



30th Sept 2019

Adding and Subtracting a 3 digit number and 10's.


In this lesson, children have been adding a multiple of 10 to a 3-digit number by using their knowledge of number bonds to add the 10's digits.



27th Sept 2019

Subtracting 1's from a 3-digit Number


We have been subtracting a single digit number where the subtraction bridges a 10. Children have understand how to exchange 1 ten for 10 ones.




24th Sept 2019

Adding and Subtracting a 3-digit Number and 1's


In this lesson, children have been adding and subtracting a single digit to and from a 3-digit number, using their understanding of place value.




Unit 1


18th Sept 2019

Ordering Numbers


Today the children have ordered three or more numbers up to three digits in length. They have also explored how to work out missing digits in lists of ordered numbers.


16th & 17th Sept 2019

Comparing Numbers


We have been comparing two groups of objects using <, > and = symbols.



13th Sept 2019

Finding 1, 10 and 100 more or less


In this lesson the children found 1, 10 or 100 more or less than a given number. They also found the original number given the increase or decrease.