Stockbridge Counts – Number recognition

OUR CURRENT FOCUS ACROSS THE SCHOOL IS NUMBER RECOGNITION

From Monday 27th November to Friday 22nd December

What will this look like for my child?

Number recognition within Early Level (Nursery and P1, but earlier or later for some)

Recognise numbers (e.g. “Point to the number 2”)

  • In the range 1 to 10
  • In the range 1 to 20

Identify numbers (e.g. “What number is this?”)

  • In the range 1 to 10
  • In the range 1 to 20

Number recognition within First Level (P2, P3 & P4, but earlier or later for some)

Recognise numbers

  • In the range 1 to 100 (e.g. “Point to the number 72”)
  • In the range 1 to 1000

Identify numbers

  • In the range 1 to 100 (e.g. “What number is this?”)
  • In the range 1 to 1000

Number recognition within Second Level (P5, P6 & P7, but earlier or later for some)

Recognise numbers

  • In the range 1 to 1000000
  • With a decimal part
  • With a fractional part
  • Including integers (e.g. -6)

Identify numbers

  • In the range 1 to 1000000 (e.g. “What number is this?”)
  • With a decimal part
  • With a fractional part
  • Including integers

Number recognition working towards Third Level (S1 – S3 but earlier or later for some)

Recognise numbers

  • Roots and powers (e.g. point to √4, 34)
  • Mixed numbers

Identify numbers

  • Roots and powers
  • Mixed numbers

Visits to Hilton Double Tree

P5 & P6 visited the Hilton Double Tree. The class were doing hospitality workshops to learn about different job roles in a hotel and did Mocktail making, front desk work, party and event budget planning and table setting. What amazing learning!

Here are some pictures from Primary 5’s trip to the Double Tree.

P5 Light & Sound Films

As Primary 5’s light and sound topic comes to an end, the children have brought together their learning and produced fantastic shadow puppet shows. The children first researched the life story of Issac Newton, how he invented the telescope and discovered the visual spectrum. They then brought together their findings in groups and created a script, puppets and sets.

Life of Issac Newton (Group 1)

Group 1 film is by Flora, Tor, Louisa, Victoria, Benjamin, Ella & Ines

Life of Issac Newton (Group 2)

Group 2 film is by Ameer, Ava, Ben, Oscar, Anja, Holly, Valo & Ida

Life of Issac Newton (Group 3)

Group 3 film is by Suzanne, Olivia, Ethan, William, Yasmin, Antonio, Carmen & Mara

Life of Issac Newton (Group 4)

Group 4 film is by Johnnie, Orla, Belle, Rosie, Okko, Daisy & Violet

 

Stockbridge Counts – Counting forwards & backwards

Our current focus across the school is Counting forwards and backwards.

From Monday 4th September to Friday 13th October

What will this look like for my child?

Counting forwards and backwards within Early Level (Nursery and P1, but earlier or later for some)

Count forwards

  • numbers in the range 1 to 20,
  • then 1 to 30,
  • (then 1 to 100);
  • ordinal numbers
  • starting from 1, then other starting numbers

Count backwards

  • numbers in the range 1 to 10,
  • then 1 to 20, then 1 to 30

Counting forwards and backwards within First Level (P2, P3 & P4, but earlier or later for some)

  • Count forwards and backwards in ones from x to y, within 100 then 1000
  • Count forwards and backwards by 2’s from 2 (e.g. 2, 4, 6, 8, …)
  • Count forwards and backwards by 10’s from 10 (e.g. 10, 20, 30, …)
  • Count forwards and backwards on the decade by tens (e.g. 20, 30, 40, …)
  • Count forwards and backwards by 5’s from 5
  • Count forwards and backwards by 3s from 3
  • Count forwards and backwards by 4s from 4
  • Count forwards and backwards by 6s from 6
  • Count forwards and backwards off the decade by tens (e.g. 37, 47, 57, …)
  • Count forwards and backwards by 100s on the hundred (e.g. 200, 300, 400, …), on the decade (e.g. 350, 450, 550,…) and then off the decade (e.g. 172, 272, 372,…)
  • Count forwards and backwards by halves (e.g. ½, 1 ½, 2, 2 ½,…)

Counting forwards and backwards within Second Level (P5, P6 & P7, but earlier or later for some)

  • Count forwards and backwards by 7s from 7
  • Count forwards and backwards by 8s from 8
  • Count forwards and backwards by 9s from 9
  • Count forwards and backwards in multiples off the times table (e.g. count in 3’s from 4)
  • Count forwards and backwards in decimal tenths (e.g. 2.3, 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, …)
  • Count forwards and backwards in multiple tenths (e.g. 0.2, 0.4, 0.6, … )
  • Count forwards and backwards in simple fractional steps

Counting forwards and backwards working towards Third Level (S1 – S3 but earlier or later for some)

  • Count forwards and backwards within, and beyond, any times table
  • Count forwards and backwards in decimal tenths off the tenths (e.g. 3.83, 3.93, 4.03, 4.13, …)
  • Count forwards and backwards in fractional steps (stating equivalent fractions where possible) (e.g. ¼, ½, ¾, 1, 1 ¼, 1 ½, 1 ¾, 2, …)
  • Count forwards and backwards for positive and negative numbers (e.g. forwards from -7…, -6, -5, -4, …)

Challenge Your Mindset

Article 29: Your education should help you use and develop your talents and abilities. It should also help you learn to live peacefully, protect the environment and respect other people.

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