Math Curriculum Overviews
Math
Children learn to develop their skills in number and the principles of shape, space and measurement and of handling data in a variety of situations.
There is a strong emphasis on developing mental mathematical skills and its practical application. There are also strong links between mathematics and all other curriculum areas as well as ICT. We believe that children should be given the opportunity to reach their full potential and therefore provide accelerated groups for high ability children in each year group. We also ensure all children are given extra support to help them gain confidence in the subject when necessary.
Math Curriculum Map

Year 1 
Year 2 
Year 3 
Year 4 
Year 5 
Year 6 
Autumn

Number : Place Value (within 30) Number : Addition and Subtraction (within 30) Geometry – Shape common 2D & 3D shapes Measurement  length & height

Number : Place Value (within 100) Number : Addition and Subtraction One & two digit numbers) Multiplication and division ( sharing & grouping) Measurement  money

Number : Place Value (3 digit numbers) Number : Addition and Subtraction (formal written methods) Multiplication and division (3, 4 and 8)

Number : Place Value (numbers beyond 1,000) Number : Addition and Subtraction (4digit numbers) Multiplication and division (6, 7, and 9) Measurement – perimeter of shapes 
Number : Place Value (Numbers to 10,000) Number : Addition and Subtraction ( more than 4 digits, formal written methods) Multiplication and division (multiples and, factors) Measurement – area & perimeter Statistics – data handling 
Number : Place Value (numbers to at least 10,000,000) Number : Addition and Subtraction (Square / cube numbers) Number – fractions  including decimals (fractions with different denominators and mixed numbers) Geometry – position and direction 
Spring 
Number : Place Value (within 50) Number : Addition and Subtraction (within 50) Measurement  length & height

Multiplication and division (10s, 5s and 2s) Measurement – length & height Statistics – data handling Geometry – 2D & 3D shapes Number – fractions (1/2, ¼, 1/3, 2/4 and 3/4 of shapes and quantities)

Multiplication and division (2digit number by a 1digit number) Measurement  money Measurement – length Statistics – data handling Number – fractions (unit fractions and nonunit fractions with small denominators) 
Multiplication and division (3digit number by a 1digit number) Measurement  area and comparing measures Number – fractions (Add and subtract fractions with the same denominator) 
Multiplication and division (4 digit numbers, formal written methods) Number – fractions  including decimals and percentages (Multiply proper fractions and mixed numbers / decimals with two decimal places) 
Number – fractions including decimals and percentages (equivalences between simple fractions, decimals and percentages) Algebra (simple formulae) Measurement – converting units Measurement – perimeter, area & volume Ratio and proportion (the relative sizes of two quantities) 
Summer

Number : Place Value (within 100) Number : Addition and Subtraction (within 100) Multiplication and division (10s, 5s and 2s) Number – fractions (halves & questers) Measurement – time Measurement – money Geometry – position & direction

Number : Place Value (number facts and equivalence) Number : Addition and Subtraction (number facts to solve problem) Measurement – time Measurement – Weight, volume and temperature Geometry – position & direction

Number – fractions (Add and subtract fractions with the same denominator) Measurement – time Measurement – Weight, volume and temperature Geometry ; properties of shape

Number – fractions / decimals (ones, tenths and hundredths) Measurement – money Measurement – time Geometry – properties of shapes Statistics – data handling 
Number – fractions / decimals (three decimal places) Measurement – converting units Geometry – properties of shapes Geometry – position direction

Number : Addition and Subtraction Multiplication and division (multistep problems) Number – fractions / decimals (equivalences between simple fractions, decimals and percentages) Ratio and proportion (unequal sharing and grouping) Measurement – converting units Geometry – properties of shapes Geometry – position direction Statistics – data handling 
Below are the overviews showing what is being taught each term, within each year group, in Math.