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This page will be continually updated during the Summer Term 2021. Quizzes will be online a week before they are due to be used.

It is suggested that all year groups look at content from previous year groups and then consider the best way forward.

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The Ready to Progress quizzes will be accessible to all schools via the main Effective Maths website from Summer 2021. From Autumn 2021 they will be part of mathsquiz.net only.

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For schools that subscribe to Effective Maths, there is a new page accessed via Block 3 of the Members Only section that directs teachers to lessons to support consolidation in relation to the RTP criteria.

[1] Locate numbers to 20 (1NPVâ€“2)

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[3] Number bonds for 8 and 9 and related facts (1NFâ€“1)

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[4] Number bonds for 10 and related facts (1NFâ€“1)

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[5] Recognise odd and even numbers (1ASâ€“1)

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[6] Count forwards in 2s, 5s and 10s (1NFâ€“2)

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[7] Count forwards and backwards in 2s, 5s and 10s (1NFâ€“2)

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[8] Interpret pictures (1ASâ€“2)

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[9] Interpret models (1ASâ€“2)

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[10] Add single digit numbers to 10 (eg 10 + 2) (NB: Not RTP, but a key skill for Y2)

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[11] Make 11-15 and related facts (NB: Not RTP, but a key skill for Y2)

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[12] Make 16-20 and related facts (NB: Not RTP, but a key skill for Y2)

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[1] Equivalence of 10 tens and 1 hundred (3NPVâ€“1)

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[2] Making the next ten (3NFâ€“1)

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Making the previous ten (3NFâ€“1)

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[3] Multiplication facts: 4, 8 and 3 Ã— tables (3NFâ€“2)

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[4] Division facts (4, 8 and 3 Ã— tables) (3NFâ€“2)

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[5] Scaling number facts by 10 (3NFâ€“3)

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[6] Number bonds for 100 (3ASâ€“1)

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[8] Subtract three-digit numbers (3ASâ€“2)

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[9] Inverse relationship and commutative property (3ASâ€“3)

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[10] Multiplication and division structures (3MDâ€“1)

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[11] Use and understand fraction notation (3Fâ€“1)

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[12] Find unit fractions of quantities (3Fâ€“2)

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[1] Tenths and hundredths (5NPVâ€“1)

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[2] Place value in decimal fractions (5NPVâ€“2)

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[3] Locate decimal numbers (5NPVâ€“3)

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[4] Reading scales with 2, 4, 5 or 10 intervals (5NPVâ€“4)

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[5] 4, 8, 3  and 6 Ã— tables and corresponding division facts (5NF-1)

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[6] 9, 7, 11 and 12 Ã— tables and corresponding division facts

(5NF-1)

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[7] Scaling number facts by 0.1 or 0.01 (5NFâ€“2)

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[8] Multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1,000 (5MDâ€“1)

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[9] Find equivalent fractions (5Fâ€“2)

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[10] Recall decimal equivalents for common fractions (5Fâ€“3)

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[11] Convert between units of measure (5NPVâ€“5)

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[12] Compare, estimate and measure angles (5Gâ€“1)

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[1] Place value in two-digit numbers (2NPVâ€“1)

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[2] Locate 2-digit numbers (2NPVâ€“2)

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[3] Number bonds for 5, 6 and 7 (2NFâ€“1)

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[4] Number bonds for 8, 9 and 10 (2NFâ€“1)

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[5] Making the next ten (2ASâ€“1)

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[6] Making the previous ten (2ASâ€“1)

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[7] Add and subtract 2 multiples of ten (2ASâ€“3)

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Add and subtract ones to/from a two-digit number (2ASâ€“3)

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[8] Add and subtract multiples of ten to/from a two-digit number (2ASâ€“3)

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Subtract ones from a multiple of ten (2ASâ€“3)

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[9] Add 2 two-digit numbers (2ASâ€“4)

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[10] Subtract a two-digit number from another (2ASâ€“4)

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[11] Multiplication as repeated addition (2MDâ€“1)

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[12] Grouping problems (2MDâ€“2)

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[2] Place value in four-digit numbers (4NPVâ€“2)

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[3] Reading scales with 2, 4, 5 or 10 intervals (4NPVâ€“4)

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[4] 4, 8 and 3 Ã— tables and corresponding division facts (4NFâ€“1)

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[5] 6, 9 and 7 Ã— tables (4NF-1)

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[6] Division facts (6, 9 and 7 Ã— tables) (4NFâ€“1)

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[7] Scaling number facts by 100 (4NFâ€“3)

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[8] Multiplying and dividing by 10 and 100 (4MDâ€“1)

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[9] Multiplication and division sentences (4MDâ€“2)

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[10] Distributive property of multiplication (4MDâ€“3)

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[11] Convert between mixed numbers and improper fractions (4Fâ€“2)

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[12] Add and subtract improper and mixed fractions (4Fâ€“3)

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[1] - [3] Use weeks 1-3 to select focuses from earlier year groups to make sure these are secure.

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[4] Powers of 10 (6NPVâ€“1)

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[5] Reading scales with 2, 4, 5 or 10 intervals (6NPVâ€“4)

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[6] Additive and multiplicative relationships (6AS/MDâ€“1)

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[7] Derive related calculations (6AS/MDâ€“2)

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[8] Ratio (6AS/MDâ€“3)

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[9] Problems with 2 unknowns (6AS/MDâ€“4)

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[10] Simplify fractions (6Fâ€“1)

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[11] Common denominators (6Fâ€“2)

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[12] Comparing fractions (6Fâ€“3)