# KS2 Booster: Statistics

KS2 Booster: Statistics The statistics (or data handling) questions on the new SAT papers tend to be more about calculating from tables and charts than interpreting graphs. Our latest sets of pages reflect this with plenty of examples very similar to those found on last year’s Reasoning SAT paper. Well worth a look if you […]

# Statistics in KS2 SATs

Statistics in KS2 SATs In the KS2 SATs some of the statistics (data handling) questions are easy, but some are very hard! We have just published 3 sets of practice pages based on the statistics questions that have cropped up over the last couple of years. Accessing information from tables and charts tend to be […]

# Year 5 Statistics

Year  5 Statistics The new Programme of Study for Year 5 Statistics (once known as Data Handling)  is very brief as shown below: Statistics Pupils should be taught to: solve comparison, sum and difference problems using information presented in a line graph complete, read and interpret information in tables, including timetables. We have just updated […]

# Year 6 Statistics Programme of Study (statutory requirements)

Here are the statutory requirements for Statistics in Year 6. Year 6 Statistics Programme of Study Pupils should be taught to: •    interpret and construct pie charts and line graphs and use these to solve problems •    calculate and interpret the mean as an average. What’s new and comments Just three main targets for year […]

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# Year 5 Statistics Programme of Study (statutory requirements)

Handling data has a brand new title in the Maths Programme of Study for September 2014: it is now called Statistics. Here are the new statutory requirements for Statistics. Year 5 Statistics Programme of Study Pupils should be taught to: solve comparison, sum and difference problems using information presented in a line graph complete, read […]

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# Year 4 Statistics Programme of Study (statutory requirements)

Short and sweet; just two targets in the Year 4 Statistics Programme of Study. Statistics Pupils should be taught to: •    interpret and present discrete and continuous data using appropriate graphical methods, including bar charts and time graphs •    solve comparison, sum and difference problems using information presented in bar charts, pictograms, tables and other […]

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# Year 3 Statistics Programme of Study (statutory requirements)

Year 3 Statistics Programme of Study Here are the latest statutory requirements for Statistics in Year 3. In the old maths Programme of Study this used to be called Handling Data and it still concentrates on aspects of graphs and presenting data. Statistics Pupils should be taught to: •    interpret and present data using bar […]

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# Year 2 Statistics Programme of Study (statutory requirments)

Year 2 Statistics Programme of Study Statistics is the latest term for what was called Handling Data. This no longer appears at all in the Year 1 statutory requirements, but is introduced in Year 2. Statistics Pupils should be taught to: •    interpret and construct simple pictograms, tally charts, block diagrams and simple tables •   […]

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# Year 2: Statistics programme of Study (statutory requirements)

Statistics is the latest term for what was called Handling Data. This no longer appears at all in the Year 1 statutory requirements, but is introduced in Year 2. Statistics Pupils should be taught to: •    interpret and construct simple pictograms, tally charts, block diagrams and simple tables •    ask and answer simple questions by […]

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