Autumn 1. Week 1
This week we have begun to think about place value. We have also learned how to calculate perimeter by measuring accurately and adding up carefully!
Autumn 1. Week 2
This week we will continue to calculate the perimeter of 2D shapes with straight edges and we will also learn how to calculate the area of rectilinear shapes as well. We will continue our place value work, by reading and writing numbers up to 1 million and also look at partitioning numbers.
Autumn 1. Week 3
This week we will look at comparing and ordering numbers up to a million and consolidating our place value work. We will continue to solve challenges involving area and perimeter and in our STOPS lessons will revise how to use a bar model to help to solve mathematical problems.
Autumn 1. Week 4
This week we will look at counting forwards and backwards in powers of 10. We will find the missing lengths of rectilinear shapes and then solve area and perimeter problems as well as continuing to use bar modelling in our STOPS lesson.
Autumn 1. Week 5
This week we will look at counting forwards and backwards through zero, working with negative numbers and putting this in to context.
Autumn 1. Week 6
This week we have looked at measuring and drawing acute and obtuse angles with a protractor.This was hard work but we did it! Have a look at the sheet below to see the type of thing we have been doing.In mental maths sessions we also learned about squared numbers and substituting numbers with letters (algebra).
Autumn 1 - Week 7
This week we've been working on rounding numbers to the nearest power of ten, looking how the same number can vary considerably depending on which power you're rounding to.We also looked at identifying right angles, straight line angles, angles of 270 degrees and full turns of 360 degrees. Have a look at the sheet - Identifying angles (and the answers) immediately above to see the sorts of things we have been learning.
Autumn 1 - Week 8
This week we will be using our knowledge of rounding to answer contextual word problems. e.g.
What is the biggest and smallest number that will round to 1000, when rounding to the nearest 1000?
Autumn 2 - Week 1
We will be looking at shape, starting with how to distinguish between regular and irregular polygons with Mr Phillips. With Mrs Kingsnorth, we will focus on formal methods of addition, including adding two numbers of up to 5 digits.The example below shows how we set out our column addition:
Autumn 2 - Week 2
This week during our work with shapes, we will be looking at explaining why certain polygons are correct/incorrect (reasoning), using appropriate mathematical vocabulary. We will also start to move on to 3D shapes.