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Age: 10 - 11 Years - End of Year 6 Review
The Frogs Summer School includes Arithmetic that a child aged 10–11 would expect to have encountered by the end of School Year 6 . The material is grouped according to the new National Curriculum Attainment Targets for Year 6.

Click here for more detail on how we've updated our Summer Schools for the new National Curriculum.

All children learn and develop at different rates so we would advise you to look at the detail within each school to make sure you choose the package which will best support your child’s learning.

A range of Maths Skills is taught within each Maths Camp using Video Lessons and Learning Games, with plenty of opportunities for practising.

Within the Frogs Summer School , your child will explore 6 Maths Camps:

Camp 1: Understanding Numbers
Prime numbers
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Learn a systematic method for working out the prime numbers under 100 and learn how to test numbers to check if they are prime. Hide

Find prime factors
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Learn what prime factors are and use factor trees to work out the prime factor of 2 digit and 3 digit numbers. Hide

Add and subtract in the context of negative numbers
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Learn to add and subtract using negative numbers, first with the support of a number line, then without, so that children are confident with any single digit addition or subtraction. For example: 5 – 8 = -3 and -7 + 9 = 2. Hide

Camp 2: Knowing Number Facts
Square numbers
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Learn what square numbers are and know, for example, that 5^{2} = 5 x 5 = 25. Hide

Camp 3: Calculations
Long multiplication of 2 digit x 2 digit numbers
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Multiply 2 digit x 2 digit numbers in columns, without and then with carry digits. Hide

Long multiplication of 3 digit x 2 digit numbers
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Extend multiplication to multiply 3 digit x 2 digit numbers in columns, to become progressively more confident and organised with carry digits occurring in any part of the multiplication. Hide

Camp 4: Fractions
Divide to get fractions in their lowest form
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Learn what the lowest form of a fraction is and how to divide both the numerator and denominator to reach it. Work through finding the lowest form in stages, such as using fraction families, and learn to find the lowest form in as few stages as possible, by identifying common factors.Hide

Find the Lowest Common Denominator and adding fractions
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Understand the importance of converting fractions so that they have a common denominator, for example, for adding. Learn how to find the Lowest Common Denominator (LCD), using times table knowledge and by finding common factors. Hide

Improper fractions and mixed numbers
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Understand the difference between proper fractions, improper fractions and mixed numbers. Learn to convert whole numbers into improper fractions, improper fractions into mixed numbers and mixed numbers into improper fractions. Hide

Find a unitary fraction of 1 or 2 digit numbers
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Know that a unitary fraction always has 1 as its numerator. Start to use fractions as 'operators' using division, finding both whole number and mixed number answers and reducing to lowest forms if necessary. Hide

Find a proper fraction of 1 or 2 digit numbers
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Use fractions, with numerators bigger than 1, as 'operators' of both multiplication and division, first finding whole number answers, then moving on to mixed number answers, reducing to lowest forms if necessary.Hide

Camp 5: Decimals
Round decimals to 2 decimal places
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Learn to round decimals to 2 decimal places, firstly with 4 decimal places, then 3 decimal places, by learning to use a cut-off point. For example, knowing that when rounding 7.4446 to 2 decimal places, the answer is 7.44, not 7.45. Hide

Add decimals to 3 decimal places
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Learn to add decimals with up to 3 decimal places together in columns, even when numbers being added have different numbers of decimal places. Hide

Divide a 1 decimal place decimal by a whole number
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Learn to divide decimals using short division and also to identify where it is possible to use known division facts, rather than lengthy working out. For example, being able to recognise that 4.2 ÷ 7 = 0.6 because 42 ÷7 = 6. Hide

Camp 6: Percentages
Key fractions as percentages
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Learn the percentage equivalents of key fractions (1/2, 1/4, 3/4, 1/3, 2/3, 1/5, 2/5) so that recall is instant. Hide

Convert decimals into percentages
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Learn how to convert any decimal with 1 or 2 decimal places into a percentage. For example, 0.7 = 70% and 0.76 = 76%. Hide

Key fractions, decimals and percentages
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Learn the key fraction, decimal and percentage equivalents so that recall is instant. Hide

Find key percentages of 10, 100 and multiples of 10 and 100
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Learn how to find key percentages of simpler numbers, cancelling down answers where possible, to make working out simpler. For example, be able to work out 67% of 900 = 603.Hide

Find simple percentages of any 2 digit number
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Learn how to find percentages of 2 digit numbers, by first finding 1% and then multiplying, but also using relationships between different percentages when this is easier. For example, 15% of 40 can be worked out by finding 10% and 5% and adding together.Hide

Find simple percentages of money amounts
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Learn how to find percentages of money amounts, starting with general principles and moving on to finding key percentages, by using relationships between percentages. For example, work out 80% of £77.40 = £61.92 and use quicker methods to find 75% of £84 = £63.Hide

Summer Schools are only available to buy until 31st August 2014 so make sure you buy early to get the best value for you and your child.

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