Angel Oak Academy

Key Stages


Key Stage 1 Art and Design

AOA Key Learning Indicators (KLIs)

Year 1

  • COLOUR Identify primary and secondary colors
    • DRAWING Name, match and draw lines/marks from observations
    • PAINTING Explore texture through paint

Year 2

  • COLOUR Make tints, tones and shades using primary and secondary colous
    • DRAWING Experiment with different media/pencils to create lines and marks
      • PAINTING Explore paint and paint application for different purposes

Key Stage 1 English

AOA Key Learning Indicators (KLIs)

Decoding

Year 1
  • Can decode any phonically decodable text.
  • Decode year 1 hf irregular words.
Year 2
  • Can decode all SATs reading papers within 20 minutes.

Oracy

Year 1
  • Read own sentences out loud in presentation voice to a group.
  • Use interactive punctuation to punctuate their oral sentences.
  • Learn and retell the story: ‘ANANSI AND THE POT OF BEANS’.
  • Learn and recite to a group –‘WHO HAS SEEN THE WIND?’ by Christina Rossetti.
  • Learn by heart and recite to a group – ‘CAVE BABY’ by Julia Donaldson.
Year 2
  • Read own sentences out loud in presentation voice to own class.
  • Use interactive punctuation to punctuate their oral sentences.
  • Learn and retell the story: ‘GEORGE AND THE DRAGON’.
  • Learn by heart and recite to own class –‘A GOOD PLAY’ Robert Louis Stevenson.
  • Learn by heart and recite to own class – ‘LOST AND FOUND’ by Oliver Jeffers.

Transcription

Year 1
  • Writing can be read without mediation.
  • Copy clearly and accurately 7 wpm.
Year 2
  • Join letters and words.
  • Copy clearly and accurately 10 wpm.

Word Structure

Year 1
  • Spell correctly all HFW and spelling lists from NC when writing.
  • Apply phonemes from Reception when attempting to spell new words.
Year 2
  • Spell correctly all HFW and spelling lists from NC when writing.
  • To make phonically plausible suggestions when attempting to spell new words.

Key Stage 1 Mathematics

AOA Key Learning Indicators (KLIs)

Algebra

Year 1
  • Know that an '=' sign signifies 'is the same as’.
  • Know that a '+' symbol signifies addition.
  • Know that a '–' symbol signifies subtraction.
Year 2
  • Articulate understanding of empty box problems.
  • Know that a '×' symbol signifies multiplication.
  • Know that a '÷' symbol signifies division.

Geometry - position and direction

Year 1
  • Use positional language to describe.
  • To tell left from right.
Year 2
  • Identify 1/2, 1/4, and 3/4 turns.

Geometry - properties of shapes

Year 1
  • Know common 2-D and 3-D shape names.
  • Describe the properties (sides and angles) of 2D shapes.
Year 2
  • Compare common 2-D and 3-D shapes.

Measurement

Year 1
  • Use comparative language to describe.
  • Use simple equipment to measure length, weight, and capacity.
  • Tell the time to o’clock and half past.
Year 2
  • Articulate understanding of money.
  • Tell the time to quarter past and quarter to the hour.
  • Choose appropriate standard units of measurement.

Number - addition and subtraction

Year 1
  • Articulate understanding of number bonds to twenty.
  • Relate part-part-whole model to addition and subtraction.
  • Use knowledge of inverse to solve missing number problems.
Year 2
  • Add and subtract two digit numbers.
  • Bridge through ones.
  • Count in steps of 2 and ten from any number.

Number - fractions including decimals and percentages

Year 1
  • Identify 1/2 and 1/4 in various contexts.
  • Recognise 2/4 as 1/2.
Year 2
  • Identify 1/3 and 2/4 in various contexts.

Number - multiplication and division

Year 1
  • Skip count forwards in 2s, 5s and 10s from 0.
Year 2
  • Know 2, 3, 5 and 10 multiplication and division facts.

Number - number and place value

Year 1
  • Count forwards, backwards and across 100.
  • Find one more and one less than a number.
  • Find 10 more and 10 less than a number.
  • Use the language ‘more than’ and ‘less than’ when comparing numbers.
Year 2
  • Compare and order numbers from 0 up to 100.

Number - ratio and proportion

Year 1
  • Describe and create a simple repeating pattern involving number or shape.
Year 2
  • Articulate understanding of a simple ratio.

Statistics

Year 1
  • Record simple frequency in a table.
Year 2
  • Identify highest and lowest frequencies.

Key Stage 2 Art and Design

AOA Key Learning Indicators (KLIs)

Year 3

  • COLOUR Explain the difference between primary, secondary and tertiary colours
    • DRAWING Explore how lines and marks can create a drawing
      • PAINTING Explore and identify painting techniques

Year 4

  • COLOUR Create a specific colour
    • DRAWING Use lines and marks to create an observational drawing
    • PAINTING Explore and identify the visual effect of painting techniques

Year 5

  • COLOUR Explore and identify the visual effect of colour
  • DRAWING Explore how lines and marks can create a three dimensional drawing
  • PAINTING Explore and identify the multi-sensory effects of painting techniques

Year 6

  • COLOUR Create different visual effects using colour
    • DRAWING Use lines and marks to create a realistic three dimensional drawing
    • PAINTING Use a variety of painting technioques to create a multi-sensory effect

Key Stage 2 English

AOA Key Learning Indicators (KLIs)

Decoding

Year 3
  • Can decode any optional SATs reading paper within 15 minutes.
Year 4
  • Can decode any optional SATs reading paper within 15 minutes.
Year 5
  • Can decode any optional SATs reading paper within 15 minutes.
Year 6
  • Can decode any SATs reading paper within 15 minutes.

Oracy

Year 3
  • Read their completed work out loud in presentation voice to own class.
  • Use interactive punctuation to show they know how to punctuate their oral sentences.
  • Retell the story: ROBIN HOOD AND THE GOLDEN ARROW.
  • Learn and recite to own and another class – ‘SOMETHING TOLD THE WILD GEESE’ BY Rachel Field.
  • Retell the story - – ‘THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN’
  • Plan, prepare and deliver PRESENTATION to whole class for at least one minute.
Year 4
  • Read their completed work out loud in presentation voice to own class
  • Use interactive punctuation to show they know how to punctuate their oral sentences.
  • Learn and recite to own year group – ‘DUCK’S DITTY’ BY Kenneth Grahame.
  • Retell the story ROBIN HOOD AND THE GOLDEN ARROW.
  • Plan, prepare and deliver PRESENTATION to whole class for at least two minutes.
Year 5
  • Read their completed work out loud in presentation voice to own class.
  • Learn and recite 4 verses– ‘THE HIGHWAYMAN’ by Alfred Noyes to KS2.
  • Learn and recite to a Key Stage 1 – ‘A TRAGIC STORY’ by William Makepeace Thackeray
  • Learn and declaim ‘Is this a dagger?’ speech from Macbeth to year group.
  • Retell a story to reception class.
Year 6
  • Read their completed work out loud in presentation voice to own class
  • Learn and recite to Key Stage 2 – ‘THE LISTENERS’ by Walter de la Mare
  • Learn and recite to KS2 – ‘IF’ by Rudyard Kipling
  • Learn and declaim ‘’To be or not to be’ soliloquy from Hamlet to whole school.

Transcription

Year 3
  • Join letters and words fluently.
  • Copy clearly and accurately 13 wpm.
Year 4
  • Copy clearly and accurately 15 wpm.
Year 5
  • Copy clearly and accurately 17 wpm.
Year 6
  • Copy clearly and accurately 20 wpm.

Word Structure

Year 3
  • Spell correctly all HFW and spelling lists from NC when writing.
Year 4
  • Spell correctly all HFW and spelling lists from NC when writing.
Year 5
  • Spell correctly all HFW and spelling lists from NC when writing.
Year 6
  • Spell correctly all HFW and spelling lists from NC when writing.

Key Stage 2 Mathematics

AOA Key Learning Indicators (KLIs)

Algebra

Year 3
  • Articulate understanding that an unknown quantity can be represented by a letter.
Year 4
  • Solve an addition equation with one unknown.
Year 5
  • Apply algebraic knowledge to solve problems.
Year 6
  • Use and apply simple formulae.

Geometry - position and direction

Year 3
  • Understand the relationships between right angles and 1/2, 1/4 and 3/4 turns.
Year 4
  • Plot points using Cartesian coordinates in the first quadrant.
Year 5
  • Reflect shapes across a mirror line.
  • Identify order of rotational symmetry.
Year 6
  • Transform shapes in all four quadrants.

Geometry - properties of shapes

Year 3
  • Identify right angles.
Year 4
  • Know geometric shapes, including types of quadrilateral and triangle.
  • Identify lines of symmetry.
Year 5
  • Articulate understanding of angles to 360°.
  • Distinguish regular and irregular polygons.
Year 6
  • Find unknown angles in triangles, quadrilaterals and regular polygons.
  • Use π to calculate the circumference, radius and diameter of a circle.

Measurement

Year 3
  • Calculate with units of measurement for capacity, length and weight.
  • Measure metric length, capacity and weight accurately.
  • Calculate with money.
  • Tell the time.
Year 4
  • Convert between different units of metric measurement without decimal notation.
Year 5
  • Articulate understanding and apply knowledge of perimeter.
  • Articulate understanding and apply knowledge of area of rectangles.
  • Convert between metric and imperial units.
Year 6
  • Convert between different units of measurement with decimal notation.

Number - addition and subtraction

Year 3
  • Add and subtract three digit numbers.
  • Bridge through hundreds.
  • Count in steps of 25 and 50 from 0.
  • Count in steps of 25 and 50 from 0.
Year 4
  • Add and subtract numbers up to 5 digits including decimals.
  • Bridge through tens and hundreds.
Year 5
  • Add and subtract numbers up to 6 digits including decimals.
Year 6
  • Add and subtract with negative numbers.

Number - fractions including decimals and percentages

Year 3
  • Articulate understanding of tenths.
  • Articulate understanding of the following fractions of amounts 1/5, 1/6, 1/8, 1/10.
  • Find 3/4 of amounts.
Year 4
  • Find equivalent unit fractions.
  • Articulate understanding of hundredths.
  • Find unit fractions of quantities.
Year 5
  • Compare and order fractions.
  • Articulate understanding of decimals as fractions.
Year 6
  • Convert between fractions, decimals and percentages.

Number - multiplication and division

Year 3
  • Know 4, 6 and 8 multiplication and division facts.
Year 4
  • Know 7, 9, 11 and 12 multiplication and division facts.
  • Multiply and divide numbers up to 5 digits.
Year 5
  • Articulate understanding of multiples and factors.
  • Articulate understanding of squares and cubes.
Year 6
  • Represent remainders as numbers, decimals and fractions.

Number - number and place value

Year 3
  • Find 100 more or less than a number.
  • Articulate understanding of place value to 3 digits.
Year 4
  • Count in steps of 6, 7, 9, 25 and 1000 from 0.
  • Articulate understanding of place value to 5 digits.
  • Round any number.
Year 5
  • Articulate understanding of place value to 6 digits.
Year 6
  • Articulate understanding of place value beyond six digits.
  • Articulate understanding of negative numbers.

Number - ratio and proportion

Year 3
  • Solve one-step ratio and proportion problems.
Year 4
  • Articulate understanding of the relationship between ratio and proportion.
Year 5
  • Relate ratio and proportion to fractions.
Year 6
  • Articulate understanding of ratio and proportion.

Statistics

Year 3
  • Use bar charts, pictograms and tables.
Year 4
  • Solve problems using collected data.
Year 5
  • Understand timetables.
  • Identify the mean of a range of numbers.
Year 6
  • Interpret and construct pie charts and line graphs.
  • Identify median, mode and range of numbers.