We aim to encourage our children to have a positive attitude towards mathematics, enjoying the fun and mental challenge it brings. Our aims are:
Practical work is a central part to pupils’ mathematical understanding.
The Maths Curriculum covers the following areas:
Please see below for the specific requirements for each year group. These are the Age Related Expectations (A.R.Es) children will be working to achieve as they move through the school.
Thank you to everyone that attended our Big Maths workshop evenings in July 2017. Both of the powerpoints used can be viewed here along with the ‘Learn Its’ schedule.
Here is some of the feedback that we received from these sessions:
We make a lot of use of online maths games and activities in school. Some of the links below are our most popular. Why not try some of them out and let us know what you think…?
Why should I play maths games with my child?
Children make progress best as mathematicians when they regularly repeat skills and practise them until they become embedded. This can be quite a long process sometimes, and so the use of the context of an exciting game or interesting activity can be highly motivating. In our experience, our children learn best when they are having fun and that’s what games are for!
Internet-based Activities relating to Number and Place Value
Internet-based games relating to Times Tables Practice
Please be aware that these websites are external to the school and we are not responsible for their content or advertising.