– Understand how to reflect and translate shapes. This means that you must be able to identify what each of these processes is, and how the shape moves, as well as understanding that the shape itself has not changed – only its orientation in space.

– You must be able to convert between different units of metric measurement e.g. cm to metres, grams to kg, ml to litre. You should understand approximate equivalences between the metric and common imperial units, like inches, pints and pounds.

– You should be able to measure the perimeter of composite shapes based on rectangles

– You should be able to calculate and compare the areas of rectangles and use either standard units, cm2 or m2 to estimate the area of irregular shapes

– You should be able to estimate volume, e.g. through using 1cm3 blocks to build up cuboids

– You should understand the concept of capacity, e.g. the capacity of a tank to hold an amount of liquid

– You should be able to convert between different units of time

– You should be able to solve problems that involve measuring common quantities, like length, amounts of money, or weight, using decimals and scaling

– You should be able to use information presented in a graph to solve problems

– You should be able to complete tables based on interpreting the information within them, including timetables