Tel: 01642 483697 School Contact: Christine Upton Head Teacher: Mr Martin J. Kitchen

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Mathematics is often used in everyday life to explain, predict and represent events. In the Numeracy lesson children are provided with the opportunity to develop practical skills, understanding of concepts, facts and operations outlined in the National Curriculum.

A three-part Mathematics lesson, involving a mental warm up activity is taught every day. In addition the children undertake daily independent mental mathematics activities to build their quick recall of number facts and mental agility.  This leads to them being more able to undertake their own investigations and solve problems.

Our aims are to help all children to experience pleasure, success and enjoyment in mathematical experiences in order to develop a confident and positive attitude towards their learning.

Please click on the links below to see our Mathematics Curriculum.

Year GroupsClick on links below to download
Y1Download Curriculum Document
Y2Download Curriculum Document
Y3Download Curriculum Document
Y4Download Curriculum Document
Y5Download Curriculum Document
Y6Download Curriculum Document
Y1 to Y6Download Curriculum Document

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