 I can calculate in my head

 I can recall the first ten multiples of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10

 I can show and label the eight compass points

 I can recognise and illustrate that a whole turn is the same as 4 right angles and half a whole turn is the same as 2 right angles

 I can define and illustrate that an angle is a measure of turn

 I can identify and distinguish between acute and obtuse angles

 I can define area as the measure of the amount of surface of a flat shape

 I know the standard metric units of area, & their abbreviations, and recognise the relationships between different units of the same measure

 I can estimate, measure and compare areas

 I can use the decimal notation to express metric measures of area

 I can define perimeter as the edge of a shape

 I can identify the perimeters of regular and irregular polygons and can measure their lengths

 I can work out the areas of squares and rectangles by counting squares on a grid

 I can work out the area of squares and rectangles by using the formula: length x breadth

 I can convert hours to minutes, minutes to seconds and vice versa

 I can read and write time to the hour/half hour/quarter hour using terms ‘o’clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to

 I can read and use a timetable and a timeline

 I can work out the duration of a time interval, the starting time and the finishing time

 I can estimate and measure time using seconds, minutes and hours

 I can solve word problems involving addition and subtraction of time given in hours and minutes

 I can use assistive technology and other resources (timeline, stop watches, 2D and 3D shapes) to learn about measures

 I can use assistive technology (e.g. floor roamers) and other resources (e.g. geoboards) to learn about properties of shapes

 I can recognise and draw examples of horizontal and vertical lines

 I can classify triangles according to the length of their sides (scalene, isosceles and equilateral)

 I can draw squares and rectangles given the lengths of the sides

 I can sort, name and classify polygons using properties such as the number of sides

 I can identify regular and irregular polygons

 I can recognise and name the simple 3D shapes: the cylinder, cone and squarebased pyramid

 I can visualise the simple 3D shapes from 2D drawings

 I can identify and count faces, vertices and edges of simple 3D shapes: cube, cuboid, cylinder, cone & squarebased pyramid

 I can identify and draw lines of symmetry in triangles and quadrilaterals

 I can describe 90 degrees and 180 degrees rotations both clockwise and anticlockwise

 I can use assistive technology (Beebots & PRobots) and other resources to learn about transformation geometry

 I can construct a frequency table using a tally column

 I can read and interpret a bar chart

 I can construct a bar chart

 I can work through a situation by representing and interpreting data in tables, bar charts and diagrams

 I can read and interpret a pictograph where the symbol represents a number of units

 I can draw a pictograph where the symbol represents a number of units

 I can complete a given Carroll diagram

 I can use assistive technology and other learning resources to learn about statistics

 I can read, write and order whole numbers up to one hundred thousand in figures and words

 I can recognise, read and position numbers on a number line up to one hundred thousand

 I can recognise the place value of any digit in a whole number up to one hundred thousand

 I can compare and order whole numbers up to one hundred thousand and include symbols such as or =

 I can identify odd and even numbers

 I can count forward and backwards in 1s, 2s, 10s and 100s starting from any whole number

 I can count forward and backwards in steps of 3, 4 or 5 to and from any whole number

 I can count forward and backwards in steps of 25 and 50

 I can list the first five multiples of any whole number up to and including one hundred

 I can identify common multiples of two numbers

 I can identify factors of any twodigit number

 I can generate and recall the first ten square numbers

 I can use decimal notation for tenths and hundredths and know what each digit represents

 From a onedigit number I can count forward and backward in steps of 0.1, 0.2, 0.25 and 0.5

 I can recognise and extend number sequences and predict the next few terms

 I can associate 0.25 with one quarter (¼)and 0.75 with three quarters ( ¾ )

 I can associate 0.1 with one tenth (1/10 ) and 0.01 with one hundredth (1/100)

 I can read and use the terms ‘simple fractions’, ‘numerator’ and ‘denominator’

 I can use the term ‘mixed numbers’. I can recognise ‘mixed numbers’

 I can recognise, use and generate equivalent fractions

 I can compare and order simple fractions, mixed numbers & decimal and position them on a number line

 I can relate ½ , ¼, ⅕, ¾, 1/10 to decimals

 I can recognise the relationships between fractions and decimals

 I can state one number lying between two given decimal numbers (a number up to 2 decimal places)

 I can use assistive technology (e.g. tablets and computers) and other learning resources (e.g. Unifix cubes, base 10 blocks, fraction wall) to learn about numbers and their properties

 I can add or subtract using the nearest multiple of 10, 100 or 1000 then adjusting

 I can use column addition and subtraction with up to fourdigit numbers

 I can work through situations involving addition and subtraction with fourdigit numbers

 I recognise that division is the inverse of multiplication. I can also write a division statement corresponding to a given multiplication statement and vice versa

 I can multiply and divide any integer by 10, 100 or 1000

 I can recognise unit fractions and use them to find fractions of shapes, numbers and quantities

 I can associate fractions and division

 I can find remainders after division and express the remainder as a fraction

 I can work through simple twostep situations using addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. I can give a rough estimate of the answer and check its reasonableness

 I can round any whole number to the nearest ten, hundred and thousand

I can round remainders to the nearest whole number depending on the context 
I can write tenths and hundredths in decimal form and vice versa 
I can add and subtract whole and decimal numbers up to two decimal places using informal methods 
I can use column addition or subtraction methods using decimal numbers up to two decimal places 
I can derive quickly decimals that total or 10 
I can use written methods for: ThHTU x U, U.t x U, TU.t x U, U.th x U 
I can use written methods for: HTU ÷ U, TU ÷ U, U.th ÷ U 
I can use written methods for multiplication and division by 10 and 100 including decimals 
I can derive doubles and halves of whole and decimal numbers 
I can round a decimal number with two decimal places to nearest whole number 
I can find fractions of whole numbers 
I can use simple fractions and mixed numbers 
I can read and interpret scales involving whole numbers 
I can convert euro to cent and vice versa 
I can work out totals of up to ten thousand and give the correct change 
I can calculate, compare and discuss special offers 
I can work through simple situations that involve direct proportion when unknown quantities are simple multiples of known quantities 
I can use assistive technology (e.g. tablets and computers) and other resources (array cards, Cuisenaire rods, euro coins) appropriate to this level to calculate and to learn about numerical calculations 
I can recognise and extend pictorial patterns and number sequences 
I can work through an equation where there are pictures instead of numbers 
I can locate position on a grid with labelled rows and columns 
I can use assistive technology and other resources (equation balance) to learn about the fundamentals of algebra 