We believe that maths is essential for everyday life and understanding the world. We teach a well organised, mathematically rich engaging curriculum. We believe that every adult should have a good basic knowledge of arithmetic and understand and work with numbers. We subscribe every child to ‘Mathletics’ to encourage families to engage in practising mental maths skills at home alongside their child.
For more information about Maths explore the links below:
When and what do we teach in Maths?
We use the White Rose Scheme of work to deliver our Maths curriculum. Click on our Maths curriculum pathways which outlines our long term learning journeys:
How do we enrich the curriculum experience?
We enjoy bringing Maths to life and providing opportunites for children to link Maths to the world we live in:
- Reading recipes
- Measuring ingredients
- Year R can use money in their ‘shop’
- Cook stars after school club following recipes
- Map work
- Planning a budget for an end of year party (using excel)
- Exploring the dates on the outside history timeline
- NSPCC Number day quiz
- Telling the time
- Click on the link to read about how you and your child can explore Maths around you https://early-education.org.uk/maths-is-everywhere/
What does the progression of skills and knowledge look like ?
Click on the link to explore the skills and knowledge from Year R – Year 6
NSPCC Number day
Every year we participate in the NSPCC number day, taking part in fun maths activities. The house team quiz is always exciting and we raise money which supports children who need to speak out. https://www.nspcc.org.uk/support-us/charity-fundraising/schools-fundraising-ideas/number-day/