### Key Stage 3 maths, level 5 - what you need to know.

The old KS3 maths used levels. This is what you needed to know for level 5.

Topic level 5c level 5b level 5a
Number System

I can read, write, count and order numbers to 10,000 and know the value of the digits

I can round four digit numbers to the nearest 10/100/1000

I can multiply/divide integers by 10/100/1000

I can use inequalities ( eg –3 > –5)

I can read, write, count and order numbers to 100,000 and know the value of the digits

I can round five digit numbers to the nearest 10/100/1000

I know multiples, factors, square numbers, prime number

I can read, write, count and order numbers to 1 million and know the value of the digits

I can round six digit numbers to the nearest 10/100/1000

Fractions, decimals, % and ratio

I can recognise equivalent fractions in diagrams (eg 3/4 = 6 /8 )

I can understand mixed numbers and position them on a number line

I know pairs of fractions that total 1

I can use and order decimals to 1dp and continue a decimal number sequence inc. negative numbers

I understand and know simple percentages (eg 10%, 25%, 50%, 75%, 100%) and know their fraction equivalents

I can find fractions of shapes & numbers (eg 3/8 of a 6×4 rectangle, 1/5 of 30)

I can recognise simple equivalence between fractions, decimals and percentages (eg 1/2, 1/4, 1/10, 3/4)

I can convert mixed numbers to improper fractions and vice versa.

I can use and order decimals to 2dp and continue a decimal number sequence inc. negative numbers

I can find simple percentages (eg 10%, 25%, 50%, 75%) of quantities.

I can use and order decimals to 3dp and continue a decimal number sequence inc. negative numbers

I can solve problems involving proportions of quantities (eg increase the quantities in a recipe for 2 people to feed 6 people)

I can find percentages (eg 30%, 60%,) of quantities (multiples of ten)

Calculating Operations

I can use inverses in number problems

I can complete balancing equations with all four operations (eg 7×10 = 82 – P )

I can use a calculator and inverse operations to find missing numbers, including decimals

I can use brackets in simple calculations

Topic level 5c level 5b level 5a
Mental

I know the multiplication tables : 2× to 12×

I can halve whole numbers (eg 126,23)

I can use a calculator when appropriate and know that for example 4.50 is £4.50 in the context of money

I can use addition and subtraction facts for pairs of multiples to 1000(eg 300 + 700 = 1000)

I can add/subtract four/five digit numbers

I can multiply/divide a four/five digit number by a single digit (with no remainders)

I know the division facts for the multiplication tables: 2× to 12×

I can use my multiplication tables knowledge to calculate with multiples of 10 (eg 30×7, 180 6)

I know complements of 1000 (eg 1000 – 350 = 650)

I can add/subtract four/five digit numbers including decimals

I can divide a four/five digit number by a single digit where there is a remainder

I can halve decimals

I can use a range of efficient mental methods of computations with the four operations

I can multiply a decimal to 1 dp by a single digit (eg 36.2×8 =)

I can multiply a two digit number by a two digit number (TU×TU)

I can add and subtract decimals to two places

I can use efficient methods of addition and subtraction and of short multiplication and division

Solving

I can do simple calculations using negative numbers

I can solve two step word problems with or without a calculator

I can check the reasonableness of my answer

Algebra

I am beginning to use simple formulae expressed in words

Shape Properties

I can name and draw polygons from 3 to 12 sides and can describe their properties

I can draw the nets of the 3D shapes listed in Level 3b

I can understand properties of 2D and 3D shapes

I can visualise shapes and recognise them in different orientations

I can recognise quadrilaterals - square, rectangle, trapezium, parallelogram, rhombus, kite and describe their properties

I can recognise right angled, isosceles, equilateral and scalene triangles and describe their properties

I know vertical, horizontal and congruent

I can draw an oblique line of symmetry in a shape

Position and movement

I can draw polygons in different orientations on a grid

I can reflect a shape in a diagonal mirror line where the line does not touch the shape

I can complete a shape (eg rectangle) which has two sides drawn at an oblique angle on a grid

I can translate a shape horizontally and vertically

I am beginning to rotate a shape about its centre or vertex

Measures

I know and can use the units of measure in length, mass, capacity. I can use decimal notation (eg 3.06m =3m 6cm)

I can use timetables and calendars

I can find the perimeter of simple shapes (eg squares/rectangles)

I can use the 24 hour clock

I can draw and measure acute angles

I can calculate angles along a straight line

I can use number of squares in a row×number of rows to find the area of a rectangle

I can calculate time durations that go over the half hour

I can measure accurately in mm

I can draw and measure acute/obtuse angles

I can begin to find the area of compound shapes

I can find the area of a shape that can be divided into small squares (eg centimetre squares) by counting the squares/ part squares.

Data:Specifying the problem. Planning and collecting

I can gather data to answer a question using a tally chart and frequency (totals) table

I can use a Venn /Carroll diagram using more than one criterion (eg right angles and equal sides)

I can construct a bar chart (eg scale of 2) and pictogram (eg one symbol represents 10)

I can decide the best way to present my data (bar chart, Venn diagram, pictogram)

Data Processing/ representing

I can calculate the median of a set of data

I can represent collected data in frequency diagrams

I can use Venn/Carroll diagrams using two criteria such as 'multiples of 8' and 'multiples of 6'

I can suggest an appropriate frequency diagram to represent data (bar chart, Venn diagram or pict.)

I can draw a line graph

Interpretation

I understand 'certain', 'impossible', 'more likely', 'equally likely', fair', 'unfair' in probability.

I can understand and use the mode and range to describe data

I can interpret data in frequency tables

I can interpret simple pie charts

I can interpret data in line graphs with various scales