Maths Vision

We believe that every child can master an understanding and love of maths.

Maths Aims for Pupils

For children to:

· Be able to visualise

· Be able to generalise

· Be able to communicate

· Have number sense (when the numbers speak to you)

· Have an understanding of their mathematical thinking (metacognition).

Our Mathematics Teaching Approach

We are using the Singapore approach to mathematics. The use of this approach and the Maths No Problem text books has significantly changed our practice. For more information about our approach please see our mathematics curriculum document and maths policy in the links below. Below the links you will find a collection of useful videos that outline some of the key concepts in the Singapore approach presented by Dr Yeap Ban Har the author of Maths No Problem.

LINKS

Math Curriculum Document

Maths & Calculation Policy

National Curriculum Document

Parent Videos

  • February
  • Tues 6 — Internet Safety Afternoon
  • Mon 12 — Writing morning for children
  • Thurs 15 — NSPCC workshops
  • Fri 16 — Break up for half term
  • Mon 26 — Children back to school
  • March
  • Thurs 1 — World Book Day
  • Fri 9 — INSET day
  • Tues 13 — Parents’ Evening - book fair in school
  • Wed 14 — Parent’s Evening - book fair in school
  • Fri 23 — Break up for Easter
  • April
  • Mon 9 — Children back to school
  • Fri 13 — Maths Day
  • Wed 18 —Theatre Company
  • May
  • Mon 7 — Bank holiday—school closed
  • Mon 14 — SATs week for Year 6s
  • Wed 23 — Police and CSI training day for children
  • Fri 25 — Break up for half term
  • June
  • Thurs 14 — class photographs
  • Thurs 21 — Sports Day
  • Mon 25 — INSET Day
  • July
  • 3rd - Transition Day
  • 11th - Summer Fair
  • 24th - Leavers Disco
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