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KS2: Maths: Breadth of Study
1. During the key stage, pupils should be taught the Knowledge, skills and understanding through:
activities that extend their understanding of the number system to include integers, fractions and decimals
approximating and estimating more systematically in their work in mathematics
using patterns and relationships to explore simple algebraic ideas
applying their measuring skills in a range of contexts
drawing inferences from data in practical activities, and recognising the difference between meaningful and misleading representations of data
exploring and using a variety of resources and materials, including ICT
activities in which pupils decide when the use of calculators is appropriate and then use them effectively
using mathematics in their work in other subjects.
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