Angel Oak Academy
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 2D and 3D shape names.

Describe the properties (sides and angles) of 2D shapes.
Year 2

Compare common 2D and 3D 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 partpartwhole 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 multisensory 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 multisensory 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 onestep 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.