KS188.8.131.52 interpret mathematical information presented in a variety of forms; draw inferences from graphs, diagrams and statistics; recognise that some conclusions and graphical representations of data can be misleading; examine critically, improve and justify their choice of mathematical presentation
KS184.108.40.206 explain, follow and compare lines of mathematical argument; make conjectures and hypotheses, design methods to test them, and analyse results to see whether they are valid; appreciate the difference between mathematical explanation and experimental evidence; recognise inconsistencies and bias
KS220.127.116.11 evaluate results by relating them to the initial question or problem; develop an understanding of the reliability of results; recognise that inferences drawn from data analysis may suggest the need for further investigation.
KS3.2 Pupils develop their mathematical skills, knowledge and understanding through learning about and using Number, Measures and money, Algebra, Shape, position and movement, and Handling data. They should use a variety of ICT resources as tools whenever appropriate.
KS18.104.22.168 Understand number and number notation
KS22.214.171.124.a extend their knowledge of the number system, including decimals, ratios, fractions, percentages and the relationships between them