(Responsibility of all shown in italics.)
collect objects and ask questions to gather
information, organising and displaying my
findings in different ways.
match objects, and sort using my own and
others’ criteria, sharing my ideas with
use the signs and charts around me for
information, helping me plan and make choices
and decisions in my daily life.
explored a variety of ways in which data is
presented and can ask and answer questions
about the information it contains.
used a range of ways to collect information and
can sort it in a logical, organised and
imaginative way using my own and others’
use appropriate vocabulary to describe the
likelihood of events occurring, using the
knowledge and experiences of myself and others
to guide me.
discussed the variety of ways and range of
media used to present data, I can interpret and
draw conclusions from the information
displayed, recognising that the presentation
may be misleading.
carried out investigations and surveys,
devising and using a variety of methods to
gather information and have worked with others
to collate, organise and communicate the
results in an appropriate way.
conduct simple experiments involving chance and
communicate my predictions and findings using
the vocabulary of probability.
work collaboratively, making appropriate use of
technology, to source information presented in
a range of ways, interpret what it conveys and
discuss whether I believe the information to be
robust, vague or misleading.
find the probability of a simple event
happening and explain why the consequences of
the event, as well as its probability, should
be considered when making choices.
evaluate and interpret raw and graphical data
using a variety of methods, comment on
relationships I observe within the data and
communicate my findings to others.
applying my understanding of probability, I can
determine how many times I expect an event to
occur, and use this information to make
predictions, risk assessment, informed choices