KIRFs are a way of helping your child to learn by heart, key facts and information which they need to have instant recall of. Each half term, children will focus on a Key Instant Recall Fact (KIRF) to practice and learn at home for the half term. They are not designed to be a time-consuming task and can be practiced anywhere – in the car, walking to school etc. Regular practice – little and often – helps children to retain these facts and keep their skills sharp. Throughout the term, we will be practicing these in school and we will assess whether they have been retained. Below are some useful websites that you could use to help your child learn these facts.

### Summer Term 2

**Foundation 1**

I can use physical representations to add and subtract two single digit numbers and count on or back to find the answer.

**Year 1 **

I know number bonds for each number from 6 to 10

I know my number bonds to 6 – by Jack Hartmann

I know my number bonds to 7 – by Jack Hartmann

I know my number bonds to 8 – by Jack Hartmann

**Year 2**

I can tell the time quarter to and quarter past the hour.

### Summer Term 1

**Foundation 2**

I can count, read and write numbers to 20.

**Year 1**

I can tell the time using o’clock and half past.

**Year 2**

I can multiply and divide by 5.

### Spring Term 2

**Foundation 2**

I can partition numbers, to 5, into two groups.

**Year 1**

I can double and halve to 10.

**Year 2**

I can know the multiplication and division facts for the 10 times table.

### Spring Term 1

**Foundation 2**

I can partition numbers to 5, into two groups

**Year 1**

I know number bonds for each number up to 10

**Year 2**

I know multiplication and division facts for the 2 times table

### Autumn Term 2

**Foundation 2**

I can say the numbers from 0 to 10 and back from 10 to 0 in order

**Year 1 **

I know number bonds for each number to 6

**Year 2 **

I know my doubles and halves to 20

### Autumn Term 1

**Foundation 2**

I can say the numbers from 0 to 5 and back from 5 to 0 in order.

**Year 1**

I know one more and one less with numbers up to 20.

Top Marks – Robot More or Less

**Year 2**

I know number bonds to 20.