Planning, programming and assessing mathematics K-6

Resources to help you plan, program and assess mathematics from Kindergarten to Year 6

The K–2 component of the new Mathematics K–10 syllabus is mandatory in 2023. The 3–6 component must be taught in all NSW primary schools from Term 1, 2024.

Schools will continue to teach existing Mathematics 3–6 syllabus until 2024.

Kindergarten to Year 6 support package

Our K–6 support package for the latest NESA Mathematics syllabus includes sample scope and sequences, sample units and other resources.

Scope and sequences

  • Early Stage 1, Stage 1, Stage 2, Stage 3, K–2 and 3–6 multi-age support the implementation of the Mathematics K–10 syllabus.
  • Compliant with NESA registration requirements and include additional, value-added elements.
  • Sample Mathematics scope and sequences


Syllabus mapping tools

Year 3–6 microlearning

The Mathematics K–10 (Years 3–6) syllabus is required to be taught in NSW primary schools from 2024. Engaging with the Mathematics 3–6 microlearning course will help you develop the required knowledge, understanding and skills for effective syllabus implementation.

Seven modules of 20 minutes duration.

Years 3–6 (2012 syllabus)

Note – These resources were created for the Mathematics K–10 Syllabus 2012.

Other K-6 resources

All K–6 mathematics resources are available in our Mathematics K–6 resources catalogue including a large collection of K–6 tasks, lessons and investigations (search thinking mathematically).

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