**AoLE**

Science and Technology

**What Matters Statement**

Computation is the foundation for our digital world

**Descriptions of learning**

Progression Step 2

- I can create simple algorithms and am beginning to explain errors.
- I can follow algorithms to determine their purpose and predict outcomes.

AoLE
Mathematics and Numeracy

**What Matters Statement**

The number system is used to represent and compare relationships between numbers and quantities.

**Descriptions of learning**

Progression Step 2

- I can order and sequence numbers, including odd and even numbers, and I can count on and back in step sizes of any whole number and simple unit fractions.
- I am beginning to understand that unit fractions represent equal parts of a whole and are a way of describing quantities and relationships.
- I have experienced fractions in practical situations, using a variety of representations.
- I have explored equivalent fractions and understand equivalent fraction relationships.

DCF Strand: Data and computational thinking

**Element: **Problem-solving and modelling

- I can break down a problem to predict its outcome.
- I can detect and correct mistakes which cause instructions (a solution) to fail (debug).
- I can identify repetitions or loops in a sequence, e.g. identify where to shorten a set of instructions by repeating steps, for instance when learning a new song.