Processing, representing and interpreting data
2. Pupils should be taught to:
 solve problems involving data
 interpret tables, lists and charts used in everyday life; construct and interpret frequency tables, including tables for grouped discrete data
 represent and interpret discrete data using graphs and diagrams, including pictograms, bar charts and line graphs, then interpret a wider range of graphs and diagrams, using ICT where appropriate
 know that mode is a measure of average and that range is a measure of spread, and to use both ideas to describe data sets
 recognise the difference between discrete and continuous data
 draw conclusions from statistics and graphs and recognise when information is presented in a misleading way; explore doubt and certainty and develop an understanding of probability through classroom situations; discuss events using a vocabulary that includes the words 'equally likely', 'fair', 'unfair', 'certain'.
