Module 1 
Number
System 

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Module  Grade  Topic 
Description 

1 
1 
1 
Understand place value in numbers to 1000, Write and order whole numbers up to 10 000; round numbers to the nearest 10 or 100 and use place value to make approximations 




Ordering to 1000 







Place Value 100, 1000 
Lesson 








Place Value beyond 1000 


1 
1 
2 
Recognise negative numbers in contexts such as temperature 




Number Line & Temperatures 


1 
1 
3 
Use simple fractions that are several parts of a whole and recognise when two simple fractions are equivalent. Identify fractions; recall the fraction to decimal conversions of familiar simple fractions. 




Halves & Quarters 








Thirds & Fifths 





Comparing Common Denominator 








Simple Equivalent Fractions 




1 
1 
4 
Begin to use decimal notation in contexts such as money 




Money Problems 




1 
2 
5 
Order positive and negative temperatures; solve problems involving temperature changes. 




Number Line & Temperatures 


1 
2 
6 
Identify ½, ¼, ¾ of a shape; find ½, ¼, ¾ and other fractions of a given quantity. Convert Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers 




Fraction of an Amount Intro 








Finding Fractions of Amounts 




Improper to Mixed 














1 
2 
7 
Ordering decimals to three decimal places. 




Ordering Decimals Intro 








Ordering Decimals 





1 
3 
8 
Round numbers to the nearest integer, to a given power of ten, to one significant figure and to one or two decimal places 




Rounding to 10, 100 







Rounding Integer and 1 dp 







Rounding Decimal Places 







Rounding Significant Places 




1 
3 
9 
Estimate answers to one stage calculations including problems involving money and measurement. 




Estimating by Rounding 








Estimating Using SF 1 








Estimating Using SF 2 





1 
3 
10 
Multiply and divide any number (with up to two decimal places) by powers of ten without the use of a calculator 




Multiply by Powers of 10 







Dividing by Powers of 10 






1 
3 
11 
Use decimal notation and recognise that each terminating decimal is a fraction; order decimals; convert simple fractions of a whole to percentages of the whole and vice versa. 




Convert Fractions to Decimals 








Convert Fractions to Percentages 



1 
5 
12 
Use standard index form expressed in conventional notation and on a calculator display; convert between ordinary and standard index form representations. 




Standard Form Large 








Standard Form Small 








Standard Form Using a Calculator 





1 
5 
13 
Know that measurements using real numbers depend on the choice of unit; recognise that a measurements given to the nearest whole unit may be inaccurate by up to one half in either direction. Use inequality notation to specify simple error intervals. 




Error Intervals 





1 
7 
14 
Use and understand terminating and recurring decimals including exact fraction equivalents 




Recurring Decimals 1 







Recurring Decimals 2 




1 
8 
15 
Use calculators or written methods to calculate the upper and lower bounds of calculations, particularly in the context of measurement. 




Upper Bounds 1 




Upper Bounds 2 

1 
8 
16 
Check the order of magnitude of a compound calculation using estimation methods, including rounding numbers of any size to one significant figure and simplifying calculations using standard index form, without the use of a calculator. 











1 
8 
17 
Simplify expressions involving surds including rationalising a denominator. 




Simplify Surds 




Multiplying Surds 






Rationalising Surds 








1 
9 
18 
Convert a recurring decimal to a fraction and vice versa; use prime factors to identify fractions which represent terminating decimals; 










