● At Level 5, students construct two-dimensional and simple three-dimensional shapes according to specifications of length, angle and adjacency.

● They use the properties of parallel lines and transversals of these lines to calculate angles that are supplementary, corresponding, allied (co-interior) and alternate.

● They describe and apply the angle properties of regular and irregular polygons, in particular, triangles and quadrilaterals.

● They use two-dimensional nets to construct a simple three-dimensional object such as a prism or a platonic solid.

● They recognise congruence of shapes and solids.

● They relate similarity to enlargement from a common fixed point.

● They use single-point perspective to make a two-dimensional representation of a simple three-dimensional object.

● They make tessellations from simple shapes.

● Students use coordinates to identify position in the plane.

Take us on a tour of all the places on your map using

Grid references

Compass directions

Compass orientations

1:50,000 scale

Reference to contours

Network diagram

● They consider the connectedness of a network, such as the ability to travel through a set of roads between towns.