### 'READY TO PROGRESS' QUIZZES

You can read about the purpose of the Ready to Progress tests/quizzes by clicking this link or download the guide here.

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.

The Ready to Progress quizzes will be accessible to all schools via the main Effective Maths website from Summer 2021. The intention is to incorporate them into mathsquiz.net during 2021/22.

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 (1NPV–2)

[2] Number bonds for 5, 6 and 7 and related facts (1NF–1)

[3] Number bonds for 8 and 9 and related facts (1NF–1)

[4] Number bonds for 10 and related facts (1NF–1)

[5] Recognise odd and even numbers (1AS–1)

[6] Count forwards in 2s, 5s and 10s (1NF–2)

[7] Count forwards and backwards in 2s, 5s and 10s (1NF–2)

[8] Interpret pictures (1AS–2)

[10] Add single digit numbers to 10 (eg 10 + 2) and related subtraction facts [a]

Add single digit numbers to 10 (eg 10 + 6) and related subtraction facts [b]

(NB: Not RTP, but a key skill for Y2)

[11] Make 11-15 and related facts

(NB: Not RTP, but a key skill for Y2)

[12] Make 16-20 and related facts

(NB: Not RTP, but a key skill for Y2)

[1] Equivalence of 10 tens and 1 hundred (3NPV–1)

[2] Making the next ten (3NF–1)

Making the previous ten (3NF–1)

[3] Multiplication facts: 4, 8 and 3 × tables (3NF–2)

[4] Division facts (4, 8 and 3 × tables) (3NF–2)

[5] Scaling number facts by 10 (3NF–3)

[6] Number bonds for 100 (3AS–1)

[7] Add three-digit numbers (column method) (3AS–2)

[8] Subtract three-digit numbers (3AS–2)

[9] Inverse relationship and commutative property (3AS–3)

[10] Multiplication and division structures (3MD–1)

[11] Use and understand fraction notation (3F–1)

[12] Find unit fractions of quantities (3F–2)

[1] Tenths and hundredths (5NPV–1)

[2] Place value in decimal fractions (5NPV–2)

[3] Locate decimal numbers (5NPV–3)

[4] Reading scales with 2, 4, 5 or 10 intervals (5NPV–4)

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

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

(5NF-1)

[7] Scaling number facts by 0.1 or 0.01 (5NF–2)

[8] Multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1,000 (5MD–1)

[9] Find equivalent fractions (5F–2)

[10] Recall decimal equivalents for common fractions (5F–3)

[11] Convert between units of measure (5NPV–5)

[12] Compare, estimate and measure angles (5G–1)

[1] Place value in two-digit numbers (2NPV–1)

[2] Locate 2-digit numbers (2NPV–2)

[3] Number bonds for 5, 6 and 7 (2NF–1)

[4] Number bonds for 8, 9 and 10 (2NF–1)

[5] Making the next ten (2AS–1)

[6] Making the previous ten (2AS–1)

[7] (a) Add and subtract 2 multiples of ten (2AS–3)

(b) Add and subtract ones to/from a two-digit number (2AS–3)

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

(b) Subtract ones from a multiple of ten (2AS–3)

[9] Add 2 two-digit numbers (2AS–4)

[10] Subtract a two-digit number from another two-digit number (2AS–4)

[11] Multiplication as repeated addition (2MD–1)

[12] Grouping problems (2MD–2)

[1] Equivalence of 10 hundreds and 1 thousand (4NPV–1)

[2] Place value in four-digit numbers (4NPV–2)

[3] Reading scales with 2, 4, 5 or 10 intervals (4NPV–4)

[4] 4, 8 and 3 × tables and corresponding division facts (4NF–1)

[5] 6, 9 and 7 × tables (4NF-1)

[6] Division facts (6, 9 and 7 × tables) (4NF–1)

[7] Scaling number facts by 100 (4NF–3)

[8] Multiplying and dividing by 10 and 100 (4MD–1)

[9] Multiplication and division sentences (4MD–2)

(Manipulating the multiplicative relationship)

[10] Distributive property of multiplication (4MD–3)

[11] Convert between mixed numbers and improper fractions (4F–2)

[12] Add and subtract improper and mixed fractions (4F–3)

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

[4] Powers of 10 (6NPV–1)

[5] Reading scales with 2, 4, 5 or 10 intervals (6NPV–4)

[6] Additive and multiplicative relationships (6AS/MD–1)

[7] Derive related calculations (6AS/MD–2)

[9] Problems with 2 unknowns (6AS/MD–4)

[10] Simplify fractions (6F–1)

[11] Common denominators (6F–2)