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Functional MathsGeneral numeracy / mathsFunctional Maths - numbers and the number systemFunctional Maths - measures, shape & spaceFunctional Maths - handling information and dataAN MSS1/E3.1 Add & subtract money using decimal notationAN MSS1/L1.1 Add, subtract, multiply & divide sums of money and recordAN N1/L1.7Data HandlingAN N1/L1.3AN N1/L2.3AN MSS1/E3.3MSS1/L1.7HD1/L2.3HD1/L1.1AN N1/E3.1 place value <1000, odd / even, count in 10s /100sAN N1/L2.4HD1/L1.3Common MeasuresMSS1/L1.9Whole NumbersMSS1/L1.4AN N2/L1.5 Calculate with decimals up to 2dpHD1/L1.4MSS1/L2.5MSS1/L2.6N2/L1.2NumberHD1/E3.1AN N2/L1.9 Find simple percentage parts of quantities and measurementsAN N2/L2.8 Find percentage parts of quantities and measurementsHD1/L2.4AN N1/E2.2N1/L2.1N1/L2.2N1/E3.5FM Straightforward problem(s) with more than 1 stepAdult Numeracy N2/L1.3FM Context free underpinningAN MSS1/L1.3 Calculate with and convert between units of timeN1/L1.5HD1/L2.1MSS1/L1.8MSS1/E3.5MSS1/E2.2AN N1/E2.3N1/L1.1MSS1/E3.6Mental mathsAdult Numeracy N2/L2.2HD1/L1.2MSS1/E2.3AN MSS1/L1.2 Read & measure time and use timetablesN2/L1.10HD1/L2.2MSS1/L2.7AN N1/E3.2FM Simple one step problem(s)N2/L2.9AN N2/E3.3MSS1/E3.2N2/L2.7MSS1/L2.1N1/E3.6N2/L2.10N1/E3.9AN N2/L1.6N2/L2.3AN N1/E2.1MSS1/E2.1MSS1/E3.7AN N1/E1.4FM L1.20 Convert between units of length, weight, capacity, money and time, in the same systemN2/E3.2N2/L1.11N2/L2.6N1/E2.5N2/L1.1N2/E3.1MSS1/E3.8Measures shape and spaceHD1/E2.1MSS1/E2.5MSS1/L2.8HD1/E3.3HD1/E3.4N1/E1.2N2/L1.8N1/E2.4Fractions decimals & percentagesFM Complex multi-step problem(s)AN N1/L1.11AN N2/L1.7N1/L1.6MSS1/E2.4HD1/E3.2N1/L1.4MSS1/E1.1FM Contextualised underpinningN1/L1.8AN MSS1/L2.2 Calculate, measure and record timeN2/L2.4N1/E3.7FM L1.14 Calculate percentages of quantities, including simple percentage increases and decreases by 5% and multiples thereofFM E3.10 Calculate with money using decimal notation & express money correctly in writing in pounds and penceMSS1/E1.2N2/L2.1Place value and countingN2/E3.5N1/E3.3N1/L1.2FractionsMSS1/L2.10MSS1/L1.5AN HD2/L1.2MSS2/E3.1MSS2/L1.2N2/L1.12MSS1/L2.9MSS1/L1.10MSS1/L1.11E2.19 Recognise and name 2-D and 3-D shapes including pentagons, hexagons, cylinders, cuboids, pyramids, spheresN2/E3.4AN N1/E1.5N1/E1.1MSS1/L1.6N2/E2.2Shape and SpaceMSS2/L2.3MSS2/L2.2MoneyMSS1/E2.6N2/E2.1E2.20 Describe properties of common 2-D & 3-D shapes including nos. of sides, corners, edges, faces, angles & baseE1.10 Use everyday positional vocabulary to describe position and direction including left, right, in front, behind, under and aboveE2.21 Use appropriate positional vocabulary to describe position and direction including between, inside, outside, middle, below, on top, forwards and backwardsFM E1.3 Add numbers which total up to 20, and subtract numbers from numbers up to 20N2/E3.6N1/L1.9N1/E2.6N1/L1.10HD1/E2.5MSS1/L2.3MSS1/E2.7MSS2/L1.1MSS2/E2.2HD1/E2.4Extract and interpret informationFM E3.4 Multiply two-digit whole numbers by single and double digit whole numbersN1/E2.7AN Length weight capacity temperature scalesAverages and rangeMSS2/L2.1MSS2/E2.1L1.26 Use angles when describing position and direction, and measure angles in degreesL1.22 Calculate area and perimeter of simple shapes including those that are made up of a combination of rectanglesFM L1.1 Read, write, order and compare large numbers (up to one million)E3.19 Sort 2-D and 3-D shapes using properties including lines of symmetry, length, right angles, angles including in rectangles and trianglesE1.9 Identify & recognise common 2-D and 3-D shapes including circle, cube, rectangle (incl. square) and triangleFM E2.6 Multiply whole numbers in the range 0x0 to 12x12 (times tables)FM E2.5 Add and subtract two-digit numbersFM L1.17 Work with simple ratio and direct proportionsN1/E3.8AN N2/L2.5N1/E3.4AN N2/L1.4N1/E1.3MSS1/E3.4MSS2/E3.2Add subtract multiply divideFM E3.13 Read time from analogue and 24 hour digital clocks in hours and minutesFM L1.16 Recognise and calculate equivalences between common fractions, percentages and decimalsL2.2 Carry out calculations with numbers up to one million including strategies to check answers including estimation and approximationFM L2.3 Evaluate expressions and make substitutions in given formulae in words and symbolsFM L2.4 Identify and know the equivalence between fractions, decimals and percentagesFM L1.29 Find the mean and range of a set of quantitiesL1.24 Draw 2-D shapes and demonstrate an understanding of line symmetry & knowledge of the relative size of anglesFM L2.27 Express probabilities as fractions, decimals and percentagesFM E3.12 Read, measure and record time using am and pmL1.23 Calculate the volumes of cubes and cuboidsFM E3.11 Round amounts of money to the nearest £1 or 10pFM L1.8 Read, write, order and compare common fractions and mixed numbersE2.22 Extract information from lists, tables, diagrams and bar chartsE2.12 Calculate money with pence up to one pound and in whole pounds of multiple items and write with the correct symbols (£ or p)E2.2 Read, write, order and compare numbers up to 200FM E1.1 Read, write, order, compare nos. to 20MSS1/E1.3MSS1/L2.4MSS1/E3.9MSS1/E2.9MSS2/E1.1AN HD2/L1.1Collect organise representFM E3.2 Add and subtract using three-digit whole numbersL1.19 Calculate discounts in multiples of 5% on amounts of moneyFM L2.11 Understand and calculate using ratios, direct proportion and inverse proportionFM L2.9 Order, approximate and compare decimalsFM L2.6 Calculate percentage change (any size increase and decrease), and original value after percentage changeL1.9 Find fractions of whole number quantities or measurementsFM L1.13 Read, write, order and compare percentages in whole numbersL1.11 Add, subtract, multiply and divide decimals up to two decimal placesL1.25 Interpret plans, elevations and nets of simple 3-D shapesFM L1.4 Use multiplication facts and make connections with division factsL1.15 Estimate answers to calculations using fractions and decimalsL2.13 Calculate amounts of money, compound interest, percentage increases, decreases and discounts including tax and simple budgetingL1.31 Use equally likely outcomes to find the probabilities of simple events and express them as fractionsL2.15 Calculate using compound measures including speed, density and rates of payL1.27 Represent discrete data in tables, diagrams and charts including pie charts, bar charts and line graphsL1.30 Understand probability on a scale from 0 (impossible) to 1 (certain) and use probabilities to compare the likelihood of eventsFM L2.23 Calculate the median and mode of a set of quantitiesGCSE G14 (use units of measure)Functional Maths - underpinningAreaVolumePerimeterFM E3.14 Use and compare measures of length, capacity, weight and temperature using metric or imperial units to the nearest labelled or unlabelled divisionFM L2.14 Convert between metric and imperial units of length, weight and capacity using a) a conversion factor and b) a conversion graphFM E3.8 Read, write and use decimals up to two decimal placesFM L1.18 Calculate simple interest in multiples of 5%FM E1.8 Describe & make comparisons between measures of items inc. size, length, width, height, weight, capacityE2.25 Take information from one format and represent the information in another format including use of bar chartsTimePerimeter area volumeHD1/E1.1HD1/E2.2HD1/E2.3MSS2/E1.2MSS1/E2.8N1/L2.5N1/E1.7N1/E1.8HD1/E1.2N1/E3.10N1/E2.8EstimateMSS1/E1.4GCSE A2 (Substitution)FM E2.1 Count up to 100 itemsFM E2.3 Recognise and sequence odd and even numbers up to 100FM E2.8 Divide two-digit whole numbers by single-digit whole numbers and express remaindersE1.13 Read and draw simple charts and diagrams including a tally chart, block diagram/graphN1/E2.10E1.7 Know the number of days in a week, months, and seasons in a year. Be able to name and sequenceFM L2.1 Read, write, order and compare positive and negative numbers of any sizeFM L1.10 Read, write, order and compare decimals up to three decimal placesFM L1.7 Follow the order of precedence of operatorsFM L1.5 Use simple formulae expressed in words for one or two-step operationsL1.2 Recognise and use positive and negative numbersE3.6 Recognise and continue linear sequences of numbers up to 100FM E3.21 Extract information from lists, tables, diagrams and charts and create frequency tablesE3.20 Use appropriate positional vocabulary to describe position and direction including eight compass points and including full/half/quarter turnsE3.16 Compare measures of weight including grams and kilogramsE2.24 Sort and classify objects using two criteriaL2.8 Express one number as a fraction of anotherE3.23 Organise and represent information in appropriate ways including tables, diagrams, simple line graphs and bar chartsL2.10 Add, subtract, multiply and divide decimals up to three decimal placesFM L2.25 Use mean median mode & range to compare two sets of dataL1.21 Recognise and make use of simple scales on maps and drawingsFM L2.16 Calculate perimeters and areas of 2-D shapes including triangles and circles and composite shapes including non-rectangular shapes (formulae given except for triangles and circles)FM L2.17 Use formulae to find volumes and surface areas of 3-D shapes including cylinders (formulae to be given for 3-D shapes other than cylinders)L1.28 Group discrete data and represent grouped data graphicallyFM Counting & place valueE2.7 Know the number of hours in a day and weeks in a year.FM MoneyGCSE G16 (area, volume)GCSE G17 (circles, perimeter)E2.23 Make numerical comparisons from bar chartsFunctional Maths - problem solvingGCSE N2CircumferenceL2.12 Follow the order of precedence of operators, including indicesE2.16 Use measures of capacity including millilitres and litresGCSE A1 (Algebraic notation)E2.13 Read and record time in common date formats, and read time displayed on analogue clocks in hours, half hours and quarter hours, and understand hours from a 24-hour digital clockCalculate ratio and proportionScale drawingsHD2/L2.1MSS2/E2.3MSS2/E2.4MSS1/E2.10N1/E1.6N1/L2.6DecimalsRoundSolve whole number problemsMSS1/E1.5MSS1/E1.6E2.14 Use metric measures of length including millimetres, centimetres, metres and kilometresCalculatorsGCSE N10GCSE P3 (language of probability, 0-1 scale)GCSE P4 (collectively exhaustive / mutually exclusive outcomes)GCSE A3 (Algebraic concepts & vocabulary)GCSE A4 (Simplify & manipulate algebraic expressions)GCSE A5 (Use & rearrange formulae)E1.12 Sort and classify objects using a single criterionFM E1.2 Use whole numbers to count up to 20 items including zeroFM E1.4 Recognise and interpret the symbols +, – and = appropriatelyE1.5 Recognise coins and notes and write them in numbers with the correct symbols (£ & p), where these involve numbers up to 20FM E2.11 Read, write and use decimals to one decimal placeAdult numeracy curriculumGCSE S4 (univariate distributions, averages)Circles