Fryent Primary School

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Church Lane, Kingsbury, London, NW9 8JD, United Kingdom


Fryent Primary School

Excellence in Everything

  1. Our Curriculum
  2. Core Subjects
  3. Maths



If you have any queries  about  the Maths Curriculum please contact Mrs Shah, Assistant Head Teacher by email on

Fryent Primary School Maths Curriculum map 2022-2023

At Fryent children in EYFS – Year 4 are taught using Maths Mastery. Children in Year 6 use White Rose Hub. Mathletics is used to support home learning from Year 2 - Year 6.

We deliver parents workshops in the second half Autumn term to support parents with these schemes.



Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Year 1

-Represent, compare and explore numbers within 10

-sort and classify 2-D and 3-D shapes

-Identify, represent, compare and order numbers to 20

-One more and one less

-Represent and explain addition and subtraction strategies including ‘Make Ten’

-Read, write and tell the time to o’clock and half past on analogue clock

-2-digit numbers – represent, sequence, explore, compare.

-Count in 2s, 5s and 10s

-Illustrate, explain and link addition and subtraction with equations.

-Identify 1 2 and 1 4 of a shape or object

-Compare and measure lengths and mass using cm and kg

-Read, write, represent, compare and order numbers to 100

-One more / fewer, ten more / fewer 

-Explore addition and subtraction involving 2-digit numbers and ones

 -Name coins and notes and understand their value -Find change

-Doubling -Link halving to fractions

 -Explore arrays

-Compare capacities, volumes and lengths

Year 2

-Read, write, represent, partition, compare and order numbers to 100.

-Apply number bonds to add and subtract

 -Create, label and sketch bar models

-Use and = to compare and order lengths in metres and centimetres.

-Represent and interpret: pictograms, block diagrams, tables and tally charts.

-Explore representations of multiplication and division

-Tell the time on an analogue clock: quarter past, quarter to and five minute intervals.

-Illustrate, represent and explain addition and subtraction involving regrouping

-Recognise coins and notes

-Use £ and p accurately

-Explore, sort and describe, compare  2-D shapes

-Lines of symmetry in 2-D shapes


-Compare using symbols

-Read scales

-Read and measure temperature

-Weigh and compare masses in kilograms and grams

-Illustrate and explain addition and subtraction using column method.

-Multiplication and division facts for 3 and 4


Year 3

-Read, write, represent, partition, order and compare 3-digit number

-Round to the nearest multiple of 10 and 100

-Add and subtract lengths

-Develop and use a range of mental calculation strategies

-Multiplication and division facts for 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 10

-Relationships: commutativity and inverse.

- Multiply a 2-digit number by 2, 3, 4, 5 and corresponding division situations

-Tell, record, write and order the time in analogue and digital.


-Identify angles including right angles and recognise as a quarter of a turn

 -Identify and draw parallel and perpendicular lines

-Estimate mass and capacity

-Recall and use multiplication and division facts for 6 and 8 times table

-Order, round and compare beyond 1000

Year 4

-4-digit place value. Read, write, represent, order and compare

-Illustrate and explain appropriate addition and subtraction strategies including column method with regrouping

-Mental multiplication and division strategies using place value and known and derived facts

 -Short multiplication and division

-Identify and explore patterns in multiplication tables including 7 and 9

-Equivalent fractions

-Represent fractions greater than one as mixed number and improper fractions

-Analogue to digital, 12- hour and 24-hour

-Decimal equivalents to tenths, quarters and halves

-Perimeter and area of rectangles and rectilinear shapes

-Use strategies to investigate problems: trial and improvement, organising using lists and tables, working systematically

-Describe and plot using coordinates

-Describe translations

-Roman numerals up to 100

Year 5

-Place Value

-Addition & Subtraction

-Multiplication & Division


-Multiplication & Division


-Multiplication & Division


-Decimals & Percentages

-Perimeter & Area



-Position and Direction



-Negative Numbers

-Measures (Converting units)

-Measures (Volume)

Year 6

-Place Value

-Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication & Division



-Converting units





-Fractions, decimals & percentages

-Area, perimeter and volume



-Position & Direction

-Themed learning, consolidation and problem solving