# Stick on the Maths

## A teaching and (formative) assessment resource

A resource package based on the assessment criteria from Levels 1 to 8, as coded and paraphrased below. Not to be confused with Bring on the Maths which is - well - very different. Guidance for how this resource can be used is explained in this rich task guidance. Thanks to the Gloucestershire Maths Advisory Team for their contributions.

Level 1 | Level 2 | Level 3 | Level 4 | Level 5 | Level 6 | Level 7 | Level 8 | Zip files

### Level 1

- NNS1: Counting up to 10
- NNS2: Reading and writing numbers to 10
- NNS3: Ordering numbers to 10
- NNS4: One half
- CALC1: Understanding addition
- CALC2: Understanding subtraction
- CALC3: Adding and subtracting to 10
- CALC4: Addition facts
- CALC5: Solving problems
- CALC6: Recording work
- SSM1: Everyday language: properties of shapes
- SSM2: Everyday language: positions of shapes
- SSM3: Measuring and ordering
- SSM4: Ordering events
- HD1: Sorting and classifying
- HD2: Representing work

### Level 2

- ALG1: Odd and even
- NNS1: Counting
- NNS2: Place value to 100
- NNS3: Halves and quarters
- CALC1: Addition and subtraction I
- CALC2: Addition and subtraction II
- CALC3: Solving problems
- CALC4: Recording work
- CALC5: Addition and subtraction III
- SSM1: Names of shapes
- SSM2: Properties of shapes
- SSM3: Position of objects
- SSM4: Angle measure
- SSM5: Measures I
- SSM6: Measures II
- HD1: Sorting and classifying
- HD2: Vocabulary
- HD3: Collecting data
- HD4: Recording results
- HD5: Communicating findings

### Level 3

- ALG1: Sequences
- ALG2: Symbols
- NNS1: Place value
- NNS2: Approximating
- NNS3: Negative numbers
- NNS4: Fractions
- NNS5: Decimal notation
- CALC1: Multiplication and division I
- CALC2: Addition and subtraction I
- CALC3: Addition and subtraction II
- CALC4: Multiplication and division II
- CALC5: Addition and subtraction III
- CALC6: Number problems
- SSM1: Classifying shapes
- SSM2: Nets of 3D shapes
- SSM3: Orientation and reflection of shapes
- SSM4: Position and movement
- SSM5: Measures
- SSM6: Time
- HD1: Gathering information
- HD2: Bar charts and pictograms
- HD3: Venn and Carroll diagrams
- HD4: Interpreting information

### Level 4

- ALG1: Simple formulae in words
- ALG2: Coordinates in the first quadrant
- NNS1: Number patterns
- NNS2: Number relationships
- NNS3: Place value
- NNS4: Proportions of a whole
- NNS5: Ordering decimals
- NNS6: Simple ratio
- CALC1: Mental methods
- CALC2: Multiplication facts
- CALC3: Written methods
- CALC4: Multiplying a decimal
- CALC5: Solving problems
- CALC6: Checking results
- SSM1: Properties of shapes
- SSM2: Making models and drawing shapes
- SSM3: Simple transformations
- SSM4: Choosing units and instruments
- SSM5: Interpreting measurements
- SSM6: Area and perimeter
- HD1: Discrete data
- HD2: Grouping data
- HD3: Venn and Carroll diagrams
- HD4: Frequency diagrams and line graphs
- HD5: Mode and range

### Level 5

- ALG1: Simple formulae
- ALG2: Coordinates in four quadrants
- NNS1: Place value
- NNS2: Decimals and negative numbers
- NNS3: Number patterns and relationships
- NNS4: Equivalence between fractions
- NNS5: Simplifying fractions
- NNS6: Ratio
- CALC1: Known facts, place value and order of operations
- CALC2: Use of a calculator
- CALC3: Multiplying and dividing
- CALC4: Negative numbers
- CALC5: Ratio and proportion
- CALC6: Checking solutions
- SSM1: Properties of shapes
- SSM2: Angles
- SSM3: Transforming shapes
- SSM4: Measuring and drawing angles
- SSM5: Interpreting scales
- SSM6: Units
- SSM7: Area and perimeter
- HD1: Collecting data
- HD2: Probability
- HD3: The probability scale
- HD4: Averages
- HD5: Experiments
- HD6: Graphs and diagrams
- HD7: Line graphs

### Level 6

- ALG1: Trial and improvement
- ALG2: Constructing and solving linear equations
- ALG3: Linear sequences
- ALG4: Graphs of linear functions
- ALG5: Real-life graphs
- NNS1: Comparing Proportions
- CALC1: Percentage increases and decreases
- CALC2: Ratio and proportion
- CALC3: Proportional reasoning
- CALC4: Fractions
- SSM1: Classifying quadrilaterals
- SSM2: Geometrical problems
- SSM3: Alternate and corresponding angles
- SSM4: Generating shapes and paths on a computer
- SSM5: 2D representations of 3D shapes
- SSM6: Enlargement (positive integer scale factor)
- SSM7: Transformations
- SSM8: Standard constructions
- SSM9: Area and volume
- SSM10: Circumference and area of a circle
- HD1: Designing a survey
- HD2: Selecting and constructing graphs and charts
- HD3: Finding outcomes
- HD4: Using mutually exclusive outcomes
- HD5: Communicating results

### Level 7

- ALG1: Manipulating linear expressions
- ALG2: Simultaneous linear equations
- ALG3: Inequalities in one variable
- ALG4: Formulae
- ALG5: Quadratic sequences
- ALG6: Graphs of quadratic and linear functions
- NNS1: Understanding proportionality
- CALC1: Proportional change and multiplicative methods
- CALC2: Multiplying and dividing by numbers between 0 and 1
- CALC3: The four operations with fractions
- CALC4: Approximating calculations
- CALC5: Using a calculator
- SSM1: Pythagoras' Theorem
- SSM2: Right prisms
- SSM3: Enlargement (fractional scale factor)
- SSM4: Locus
- SSM5: Inaccuracy of measurements
- SSM6: Compound measures
- HD1: Identifying bias
- HD2: Frequency polygons and scatter diagrams
- HD3: Working with grouped data
- HD4: Comparing distributions
- HD5: Relative frequency
- HD6: Statistical enquiry

### Level 8

- ALG1: Factorising expressions
- ALG2: Algebraic manipulation
- ALG3: Formulae I
- ALG4: Formulae II
- ALG5: Inequalities
- ALG6: Algebraic graphs
- ALG7: Transformation of graphs
- NNS1: Recurring decimals and fractions
- CALC1: Repeated proportional change
- CALC2: Complex calculations
- SSM1: Congruence and similarity
- SSM2: Trigonometry
- SSM3: Dimensions
- HD1: Statistics
- HD2: Comparing distributions
- HD3: Probability
- HD4: Tree diagrams