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A level 4 pupil can …. NUMBER MENTALLY × and ÷ by 10 and 100 Order decimals to 3 d.p. × and ÷ facts to 10 × 10 SOLVING PROBLEMS Use all 4 operations. Check answer is reasonable WRITTEN METHODS + and – of decimals using column method Short × and ÷ FRACTIONS, DECIMALS AND PERCENTAGES

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## A level 4 pupil can …..

NUMBER

MENTALLY

• × and ÷ by 10 and 100

• Order decimals to 3 d.p.

• × and ÷ facts to 10 × 10

SOLVING PROBLEMS

• Use all 4 operations.

• Check answer is reasonable

WRITTEN METHODS

• + and – of decimals using column method

• Short × and ÷

FRACTIONS, DECIMALS AND PERCENTAGES

• Recognise approximate proportions

• Use fractions and percentages to describe them

ALGEBRA

• Describe number patterns

• Use multiples, factors and squares

• Use word formulae

• Use and interpret coordinates in the first quadrant

SHAPE

• Make 3-D models

• Draw 2-D shapes in different orientations

SPACE

• Reflect simple shapes in a mirror line

• Find the perimeter and areas of simple shapes using standard units

MEASURE

• Choose the correct units, instruments and level of accuracy on a range of measuring instruments.

HANDLING DATA

STATISTICS

• Collect discrete data and record in a frequency table.

• Group data in equal class intervals

• Construct and interpret frequency diagrams and line graphs

• Understand and use the mode and range to describe data.

PROBABILITY

• Understand and use the probability scale from 0 to 1.