Mastery of mathematics is something that we want all pupils to acquire throughout their school lives, and beyond. To achieve this we include aspects of fluency, reasoning and problem solving in mathematics lessons and aim for all pupils to gain a deep understanding of mathematical concepts.
For a step by step guide to how we teach calculations in each year group, please see our calculation policy below.
Below you will find an overview of the objectives your children will have had the opportunity to learn by the end of each year.
To see a break down of each of the teaching sequences, please download the appropriate document at the bottom of this page.
Please look at the materials from our parent workshop in March below.
Mathletics is a fantastic resource which supports learning in the classroom. Homework will be set by your child's class teacher regularly which allows children to consolidate and apply their learning. Children can then independently work towards bronze, silver and gold certificates as they gain more points when solving different tasks and games.
Please find below Maths websites which also support extra Maths at home:
Times tables games for Key Stage 2 children
This site has some fun interactive games to help your child practise their times tables. ‘Hit the Button’ is a particular favourite.
Two maths dictionaries; the first a general school dictionary. The second, a fantastic detailed maths dictionary explaining the more complex language.
A few good free resources, including a maths dictionary.
Interactive resources and games to support all areas of Maths
|Calculation policy guidance.pdf||29th Mar 2018||Download|
|Calculation policy.pdf||29th Mar 2018||Download|
|Parent Workshop for Maths||29th Mar 2018||Download|
|Year 1 Yearly Overview.pdf||29th Mar 2018||Download|
|Year 2 Yearly Overview.pdf||29th Mar 2018||Download|
|Year 3 Yearly Overview.pdf||29th Mar 2018||Download|
|Year 4 Yearly Overview.pdf||29th Mar 2018||Download|
|Year 5 Yearly Overview.pdf||29th Mar 2018||Download|
|Year 6 Yearly Overview.pdf||29th Mar 2018||Download|