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APP mathematics standards file: Daniel (Year 1 secure level 2)

About Daniel

Daniel was born in December 2001 and joined the school's nursery in October 2005. Daniel is a pupil in a single-age class in the two-form entry school. He is now six years old. This standards file represents Daniel's attainment in the summer term of Year 1.

Daniel's attainment across mathematics

Subject level Ma1 Ma2 Ma3 Ma4
Secure level 2 Secure level 2 Secure level 2 Low level 2 Secure level 2
  • Ma1, Using and applying mathematics

    Exemplar Assessing Pupils' Progress (APP) mathematics standards file showing the assessment of Ma1 ‘Using and applying mathematics’ for a Year 1 child working at secure level 2. The illustrated examples of the child's work cover identifying and continuing repeating patterns.

  • Ma2 Number

    Exemplar Assessing Pupils' Progress (APP) mathematics standards file showing the assessment of Ma2 'Number' for a Year 1 child working at secure level 2. The illustrated examples of the child's work cover multiples, counting in fours, sorting and ordering numbers, and place value.

  • Ma3 Shape, space and measures

    Exemplar Assessing Pupils' Progress (APP) mathematics standards file showing the assessment of Ma3 'Shape, space and measures' for a Year 1 child working at secure level 2. The illustrated examples of the child's work cover sorting 3-D shapes, measuring length, comparing containers and using weighing scales.

  • Ma4 Handling data

    Exemplar Assessing Pupils' Progress (APP) mathematics standards file showing the assessment of Ma4 'Handling data' for a Year 1 child working at secure level 2. The illustrated examples of the child's work cover block charts, tally charts and using a database.