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Programme of Study for Mathematics

These are the areas of study for the English National Curriculum for Mathematics **Key Stage 2**.

Through the mathematics content, pupils should be taught to develop fluency, reason mathematically and solve problems. Click on an area below to find more information about the programme of study and suggested activities from Transum.

- Number - number and place value
- Number – addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
- Number – fractions (including decimals and percentages)
- Ratio and proportion
- Algebra
- Measurement
- Geometry – properties of shapes
- Geometry – position and direction
- Statistics
- Number - number and place value
- Number – addition and subtraction
- Number – multiplication and division
- Number – fractions (including decimals and percentages)
- Measurement
- Geometry – properties of shapes
- Geometry – position and direction
- Statistics

The button below will take you to a page of links to activities supporting the end of Key Stage 2 assessments.

In addition to the content above, through the learning of Mathematics pupils should develop more general thinking skills:

Ideal for conducting a skills inventory, currriculum map or any other type of sorting activity have a look at the Statement Sorting Year 6 or Statement Sorting Year 5

Checklists for various schemes and syllabuses can be found on the Objectives Checklists page.

See also US Common Core Standards for Mathematics

This Schemes of Learning above were produced by White Rose Maths and are used here with permission.