# The National Curriculum

## The National Curriculum

• Submitted By: kierahhh
• Date Submitted: 03/18/2009 4:57 AM
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The National Curriculum applies to pupils of compulsory school age. In all school settings. This report is based on key stage 1. The age for this stage is 5-7. Mathematics is one of the national curriculum core subjects. The expected attainment for the majority of pupils at the end of key stage 1 is at the age of 7 is 2. The ranges of levels within which the great majority of pupils are expected to work are level 1-3. As at a working with a group i have noticed a continuous problem with this particular group. They are finding it difficult to participate during the mathematics lessons. During our feedback I approached the class teacher and informed her of my assignment I’ve also discussed explained how the children may benefit from having. I would like to put an idea across to help the children to understand the lessons. Year 2 most children learn to use developing mathematical ideas and methods to solve practical problems. Involving addition, subtraction. Primary Framework for literacy & mathematics P.N strategy The Core learning in Mathematics in Yr2 most children learnt to visualise common 2d shapes. National Curriculum requirements In Key Stage 1 pupils’ knowledge and understanding of mathematics are developing through activities that are practical, discussions and exploration. All pupils at these key stages should be taught to use the correct language and vocabulary and symbols that associated with number & data. Count reliably up to 20 objects; be able to recognise number 11-20 extending to 100 and further. They should also be taught how to understand addition and use the correct language and vocabulary recognise that addition can be done in any order. Understand that subtraction can be also be called take away and difference by using the appropriate language. The pupil will be able to see that the inverser of addition is subtraction; solve simple missing number problems. Also the pupils should develop rapid recall findings. The game was played over...