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Please find below the progression of Maths Passports from the British Isles to Atlantis.

 

The guidance sheets contain the targets for each Maths Passport as well as helpful guidance questions to support you and your child when practising at home. 

 

Please note that as a school we have split the Europe Maths Passport into two sections. From the British Isles, children travel to Europe via the Channel Tunnel where they learn by heart number bonds to 10 and how to count up and down to and from 50. Within the Europe Maths Passport, children learn to count to and from 100, as well as how to count across 100 forwards and backwards.

 

Click to Download 1-5. British Isles Guidelines [pdf 223KB] Click to Download
Click to Download 6. Channel Tunnel and Europe Guidelines [pdf 152KB] Click to Download
Click to Download 7. Asia Guidelines [pdf 247KB] Click to Download
Click to Download 8. Africa Guidelines [pdf 169KB] Click to Download
Click to Download 9. Antarctica Guidelines [pdf 176KB] Click to Download
Click to Download 10. Australasia Guidelines [pdf 172KB] Click to Download
Click to Download 11. North America Guidelines [pdf 166KB] Click to Download
Click to Download 12. South America Guidelines [pdf 169KB] Click to Download
Click to Download 13. GlobeTrotter Guidelines [pdf 167KB] Click to Download
Click to Download 14. Pangea Guidelines [pdf 335KB] Click to Download
Click to Download 15. Lost Island Guidelines [pdf 308KB] Click to Download
Click to Download 16. Atlantis Guidelines [pdf 325KB] Click to Download

We understand that practising Maths Passport targets with your child can become increasingly more challenging as they move through the passports beyond number bonds and times tables targets (beyond Globetrotter). Further support can be found in the 'online games' tab.