The 'Securing levels' resources provide teachers with standards, attainment levels, goals and approaches to use when securing levels 1 to 5 in mathematics.
The resources address key learning areas and contain links to downloadable worksheets and other resources that can be used in your classroom.
You can integrate the ideas from these resources into your ongoing planning, and use them to plan targeted support for particular groups of children.
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Securing level 1 in mathematics
Review standards, goals and approaches to focus your teaching of level 1 in mathematics. These resources are intended to support you in ensuring that as many children as possible reach level 1 well before the end of Key Stage 1.

Securing level 2 in mathematics
Review the key standards, goals and approaches to focus teaching of level 2 in mathematics. These resources are intended to support teachers in ensuring that as many children as possible reach level 2 by the end of Key Stage 1.
 Points to remember
 Counting, comparing and ordering numbers
 Understanding addition and subtraction and their relationship
 Using mental calculation strategies to solve addition and subtraction problems
 Recognising and describing shapes
 Understanding and using standard units and equipment to measure
 Organising and interpreting data to answer questions

Securing level 3 in mathematics
Review the key standards, goals and approaches to focus your teaching of level 3 in mathematics. These resources are intended to support teachers in ensuring that as many children as possible reach level 3 by the end of Year 4.

Securing level 4 in mathematics
Review standards, goals and approaches to focus your teaching of level 4 in mathematics. These resources are intended to support you in ensuring that as many children as possible reach level 4 well by the end of Key Stage 2.

Securing level 5 in mathematics
Review standards, goals and approaches to focus your teaching of level 5 in mathematics. These resources are intended to support you in ensuring that as many children as possible reach level 5 by the end of Year 6.