Maths – Times Tables

Times Tables

In line with the National Curriculum, it is expected that children will be able to rapidly recall multiplication and corresponding division facts for particular tables by the end of that year.

By the end of Year 2, most children are expected to be able to do this for the 2x, 5x and 10x tables.

By the end of Year 3, most children are expected to be able to do this for the 3x, 4x and 8x tables.

By the end of Year 4, most children are expected to be able to do this for the 6x, 7x, 9x, 11x and 12x tables.

In Year 5 and 6 it is expected that they will be fluent with all times tables facts up to 12×12.

As children achieve each set of times tables this is celebrated in school and rewards are given.  When children reach their end of year expectations, they will be encouraged to work on the next set of times tables.

Children will be taught their times tables in a variety of ways including during lessons investigating different rules and patterns, rhymes and songs and using different websites. 

Children in Year 2 will use TT Rockstars as they begin to develop their knowledge of times tables, beginning with securing x2, x5 and x10. 

Children in Year 3, 4 and 5 will use Reflex until they achieve 100%.

Reflex Math

Children in Year 6 and those that have achieved 100% will use TT Rockstars.

TT Rockstars