Targets

Writing targets

Writing targets Download

To make my writing better and achieve 7 points (1c)

  • I will write simple phrases.
  • I will leave spaces between my words.
  • I will try to do different types of writing – label, message, story.
  • I am happy to have a go at spelling using my phonic knowledge.
  • I will use “and” to join my ideas together.


To make my writing better and achieve 9 points (1b)

  • I will check that my sentences make sense!
  • I will order my ideas sensibly.
  • I will spell simple high frequency words correctly – and, me, the
  • I will show that I know what a full stop is for.
  • I will choose words carefully for what I am writing (topic related)


To make my writing better and achieve 11 points (1a)

  • I will show that I know when to use a capital letter.
  • I will show the start and end of my work using phrases such as “one day” and “the end”
  • I will check that most of my letters are correctly formed.
  • I will be able to read my writing to someone else.
  • I will use some descriptive language (colour, size etc.)


To make my writing better and achieve 13 points (2c)

  • I will try to use capital letters and full stops.
  • I will not mix capital letters and small letters.
  • I will make sure other people can read my writing.
  • I will write more than one sentence about the same idea.
  • I will use some interesting words in my writing.


To make my writing better and achieve 15 points (2b)

  • I will make sure my ideas follow on another in a sequence that makes sense.
  • I will try to make my sentences longer using “and” and “but” to join them.
  • I will make sure that my ascender letters go up and my descenders go below the line.
  • I will use at least one describing word in each sentence.
  • I will use capital letters and full stops correctly.


To make my writing better and achieve 13 points (2c)

  • I will try to use capital letters and full stops.
  • I will not mix capital letters and small letters.
  • I will make sure other people can read my writing.
  • I will write more than one sentence about the same idea.
  • I will use some interesting words in my writing.


To make my writing better and achieve 15 points (2b)

  • I will make sure my ideas follow on another in a sequence that makes sense.
  • I will try to make my sentences longer using “and” and “but” to join them.
  • I will make sure that my ascender letters go up and my descenders go below the line.
  • I will use at least one describing word in each sentence.
  • I will use capital letters and full stops correctly.

To make my writing better and achieve 17points (2a)

  • I will make my writing interesting so that others enjoy reading it.
  • I will use question marks.
  • I will begin my sentences in different ways.
  • I will organise my writing in different ways. (e.g. instructions in a list, captions and labels for explanations etc.)
  • I will use descriptive language when starting stories.
  •          (On a hot sunny day as I walked past the sparkling lake)


To make my writing better and achieve 19 points  ( 3c)

  • I will organise my work so that there is a clear beginning middle and end.
  • I will use more interesting words to join my sentences such as because, whilst, as, etc.
  • I will join up my writing.
  • I will check that I have used capital letters, full stops, question marks and explanation marks correctly.
  • I will change my writing depending on the purpose and audience.


To make my writing better and achieve 21 points (3b)

  • My sentences will begin in a range of interesting ways.
  • I will use speech marks. I will use commas when writing. lists.
  • I will use capital letters for all proper nouns.
  • I will try to split my work into paragraphs.
  • I will use detail in my writing to amuse my audience or create tension.


To make my writing better and achieve 23 points (3a)

  • I will use a range of adverbs and adjectives to make my writing more interesting.
  • I will choose the most appropriate style of writing to suit the needs of the situation (poem, lists, letters, reports etc.)
  • I will check that I have used correct punctuation including speech marks and apostrophes.
  • I will write characters that have feelings and emotions.
  • I will make the end of a story as detailed and as interesting as the start.


To make my writing better and achieve 25 points  (4c)

  • I will join sentences in really interesting ways e.g. however, whilst, therefore.
  • I will use both directed and reported speech correctly.
  • I will write in the correct person (1st and 3rd) throughout my writing
  • I will use a variety of phrases in my writing to make it more interesting
  • My characters will begin to interact with each other and I will write so that my reader has empathy towards them.


To make my writing better and achieve 27 points (4b)

  • I will use commas to separate phrases and clauses within sentences.
  • I will sustain a consistent theme in my writing
  • I will develop paragraphing to show a logical flow of ideas.
  • I will always use tenses correctly.
  • I will use words that are lively and imaginative.

 

To make my writing better and achieve 29 points  (4a)

  • I will use clauses and phrases confidently to make my writing more interesting.
  • I will use vocabulary that is appropriate to the task, purpose and audience.
  • I will engage the reader through different characters and events
  • I will make sure my writing is grammatically correct.
  • I will adapt my writing so that it reflects the purpose of the task.


To make my writing better and achieve 31 points (5c)

  • I will use a wide range of punctuation to enhance my work including brackets, commas, dashes and colons etc.
  • I will choose words carefully and precisely for effect according to the type of writing I am doing.
  • I will use similies and metaphors well.
  • I will use direct and indirect speech to make my characters come alive.
  • I will make sure that my writing style and content fulfils the task I have been given.


To make my writing better and achieve 33 points (5b)

  • I will manipulate sentences for particular effects; extending to add detail; changing word order for emphasis.
  • I will use connecting phrases to support cohesion between and within my paragraphs.
  • I will understand how to use indirect speech appropriately, to suit the style of writing.
  • I will make sure that I take into consideration the purpose and audience for the task, when making authorial choices about my writing.


To make my writing better and achieve 35 points (5a)

  • I will manipulate simple and complex sentences for different purposes and effects.
  • I will organise material in a controlled manner (paragraphs of differing lengths, links and themes through paragraphs, flashbacks)
  • I will use a range of stylistic devices to suit the purpose and audience for my writing (formal, humour, conversational, concise for clarity)
  • I will begin to use the full range of punctuation accurately in a variety of sentence structures.

Maths targets

Mathematics targets Download

To make my maths better and achieve 7 points (1c)

  • I will count up to 10 objects.
  • I will read numbers up to 10.
  • I will say the number one more or one less than any number up to 10.
  • I will count on in tens from 0 to 100.


To make my maths better and achieve 9 points (1b)

  • I will read and write numbers to 10.
  • I will be able to put two groups of objects together to get a total and call it adding.
  • I will understand subtraction as “taking away” objects from a set and finding how many are left.
  • I will know what each digit represents in the numbers 1 to 20 (i.e. 13 is 10 and 3 ).

To make my maths better and achieve 11 points (1a)

  • I will be able to put the numbers from 0 to 20 in order.
  • I will be able to count on or back in ones from any small number.
  • I will be able to add by counting on or using a number  line up to 10.
  • I will be able to understand subtraction as counting back on a bead string or a number line.


To make my maths better and achieve 13 points (2c)

  • I can count objects accurately to 30.
  • I can partition numbers into tens and ones, with some support.
  • I know by heart all numbers pairs that make 10.
  • I can add or subtract using a number line or a hundred square, counting on and back in ones up to 30.
  • I can say what is 10 more or 10 less than a number up to 30.


To make my maths better and achieve 15 points (2b)

  • I can count, order and recognise numbers to 100.
  • I know doubles to 10 + 10.
  • I know by heart the 2, 5 and 10 times tables.
  • I can recognise odd and even numbers up to 100.
  • I know that numbers can be added in any order and that I usually put the larger number first.

To make my maths better and achieve 17points (2a)

  • I will be able to solve simple word problems, choosing the right operation and explaining how to work out the answer.
  • I will understand X and ÷ and have a strategy to solve simple multiplication or division problems using pictures or objects.
  • I will be able to add or subtract where the answer crosses the 10 or 20 boundary, using a strategy such as a number line or splitting into tens and ones (partitioning).
  • I will be able to round 2 digit numbers to the nearest 10.
  • I will be able to recognise multiples of 10 that make 100.


To make my maths better and achieve 19 points  ( 3c)

  • I will be able to read, write and order numbers to at least 1000 and be able to split (partition) the number into 100s, 10s and 1s.
  • I will know by heart the 2, 5 and 10 multiplication tables and can quickly derive the corresponding division facts.
  • I will know by heart all the number pairs that add to 20 and the corresponding subtractions.
  • I will be able to choose the best strategy to add or subtract two or three digit numbers that cross the tens or hundred boundaries.
  • I will be able to count on and back in 1s, 10s and 100s from any number to any 3 digit number. (ie up to 1000)
  • I will be able to recognise and continue whole number sequences forwards and backward,  eg 24, 27, 30.

To make my maths better and achieve 21 points (3b)

  • I will understand what each digit represents in a number to at least 1000 and be able to compare them using the symbols <, > and =.
  • I will know by heart the 2, 3, 4, 5, 9 and 10 x tables and the corresponding division facts.
  • I will be able to quickly work out all the pairs of numbers that total 100.
  • I will be able to use mental recall of addition and subtraction facts to apply to word problems.
  • I will be able to round any positive whole number less than 100 to the nearest 10 or 100.
  • I will be able to solve whole number multiplication and division problems and those which involve remainders.


To make my maths better and achieve 23 points (3a)

  • I will be able to read, write, order and compare numbers to at least 10, 000 and know what each digit represents.
  • I will know all times tables to 10 and can quickly derive the corresponding division facts.
  • I will be able to add or subtract any 2 digit numbers mentally and explain my  method.
  • I will be able to add or subtract 3 digit numbers using a written method.
  • I will be able to recognise negative numbers and position them on a number line.


To make my maths better and achieve 25 points  (4c)

  • I will understand and use decimal notation for tenths and hundredths.
  • I will use be able to use a reliable written method to add and subtract numbers up to10, 000.
  • I will be able to find remainders after a division and show this as a decimal if appropriate.
  • I can multiply a 3 digit number by a single digit number.
  • I can find the fraction of a number by dividing.


To make my maths better and achieve 27 points (4b)

  • I will select and use an appropriate, efficient method for division by a 1 or 2 digit number.
  • I will be able to efficiently solve multiplication problems up to 3 digits multiplied by 2 digits e.g. 124 X 35.
  • I can recognise the relationship between fractions e.g. 1/10 is ten times greater than 1/ 100.
  • I can use a reliable written method to add and subtract including numbers up to 2 decimal places.
  • I know squared numbers up to 10 squared and the first 10 prime numbers.


To make my maths better and achieve 29 points  (4a)

  • I can efficiently add - either mentally or using a written method where appropriate, including decimals.
  • I can efficiently subtract - either mentally or using a written method where appropriate, including decimals.
  • I can use a calculator effectively and have reliable ways of estimating and checking my answers.
  • I can solve complex word problems with at least 2 steps.
  • I can reduce a fraction to its simplest form by cancelling common factors in its numerator and denominator.

To make my maths better and achieve 31 points (5c)

  • I can recognise the equivalence between decimal and fraction forms of common fractions such as 1/3, 1/8, 3/4.
  • I can find simple percentages of whole number quantities.
  • I can cancel a fraction to its simplest form.
  • I will find and use related multiplication facts by doubling and halving e.g. find the 24X table by doubling the 6X table twice.
  • I can check my results using tests of divisibility.


To make my maths better and achieve 33 points (5b)

  • I can solve simple ratio and proportion problems.
  • I can find a percentages or fraction of a number eg 2/3 of 24 or 35% of 60.
  • I can use simple formulae involving one or two operations.
  • I can multiply decimal numbers on paper.
  • I understand how to solve a numerical problem with more than one operation, including those using brackets.

To make my maths better and achieve 35 points (5a)

  • I can present a precise and logical argument to demonstrate my understanding of a mathematical problem.
  • I can calculate percentages and find the outcome of a given percentage increase or decrease.
  • I can construct simple formulae involving one or two operations to express a rule or pattern found.
  • I am beginning to extend investigations by posing my own questions to explore – ‘What might happen if?’

To make my maths better and achieve 37 points (6c)

  • I can divide a quantity into two or more parts in a given ratio.
  • I can add and subtract fractions by writing them with a common denominator.
  • I can understand and use the mean and range of discrete data.
  • I am able to use logical argument to justify my solutions

To make my maths better and achieve 39 points (6b)

  • I can calculate using ratio and proportion in appropriate situations.
  • I can solve problems that involve percentage increase or decrease
  • I can understand and use the mean, mode, median and range of discrete data.
  • I am able to pose my own mathematical conjectures and then use logical, convincing argument to justify my solutions

Maths Targets

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The Street, Capel St Mary
Ipswich, Suffolk
IP9 2EG

Phone: 01473 310386
Fax: 01473 312297
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