Number Facts

These are the number facts that will be focussed on each term in each year group. We expect the vast majority of children will be able to quickly recall the number facts below. They get progressively more difficult and ensure that all the key number facts and multiplication tables are learnt by the end of Year 4.

From Reception in Spring upto Y6 these number facts are tested in a BIG MATHS fun weekly session where children try to beat their previous score.

In years 1-4 multiplication tables are taught an a regular basis using Parkfield's 'Speedtables'. These can be found below and any practice at home with these number facts would help strengthen their number fact knowledge. The great thing about speedtables is that they show how the answers are related to one another.

Speed Tables 2021.pdf

Reception

Autumn Term

  • Manipulating Numbers in preparation for Spring onwards

  • 1+1

  • 2+2

  • 3+3

  • 4+4

  • 5+5

Spring Term

  • 1+1

  • 2+2

  • 3+3

  • 4+4

  • 5+5

Summer Term

  • 2+1

  • 2+3

  • Number bonds to 5

  • Number bonds to 10

  • 4+2

  • 2 + 3

  • 5 + 2

  • 6 + 2

  • 7 + 2

  • 9 + 3

  • 4 + 3

  • 5 + 3

Year 1

Autumn Term

  • 3+8

  • 3+9

  • 4+7

  • 4+8

  • 4+9

  • 6 + 6 =

  • 7 + 7

  • 8 + 8 =

  • 9 + 9 =

  • 8 + 7 =

  • 8 + 9 =

Spring Term

  • 5 + 9

  • 6 + 9

  • 7 + 9

  • 5 + 7

  • 5 + 8

  • 6 + 8

  • 5 + 4

  • 5 + 6

  • 6 + 7

  • 8 + 7

  • 8 + 9

  • 4 + 9

Summer Term

  • x10 tables

Year 2

Autumn Term

  • x5 tables

  • x2 tables

Spring Term

  • Revise x2, x5 and x10 tables

Summer Term

  • x3 tables

Year 3

Autumn Term

  • x4 tables

  • x8 tables

Spring Term

  • Revise x8 tables

  • x11 tables

Summer Term

  • x6 tables

  • Revise 3x, 4x, 8x, 11x and 6x

Year 4

Autumn Term

  • x9 tables

  • x12 tables

Spring Term

  • x7 tables

  • Revise x9, x12 and x7 tables

Summer Term

  • All tables

Year 5&6

Throughout Year 5 and 6 children revise all multiplication tables up to 12x12 and the corresponding division facts. For example: 5x8 = 40, 40/8 = 5, 40/5 = 8