The Mathematics curriculum is designed to equip our children with fundamental skills so that they have a developed understanding of Maths in our world and are prepared for their future. We aim to inspire children so that they develop a sense of mathematical enquiry, enabling them to become confident to reason, problem solve and explore things such as number patterns or relationships between numbers. Our curriculum enables children to become resilient learners who are curious about Maths and confident mathematicians at an appropriate level, through sustained challenge at all levels. It enables all children to flourish, in an environment of high expectations, tailored support and varied, high quality activities. Mathematics is a core subject and we use the National Curriculum (September 2014) as the basis for implementing the statutory requirements of the programme of study for mathematics.
Our Mathematics curriculum is designed to meet the content requirements of the National Curriculum.
Within our school, Reception and Key Stage One children are taught in single age classes, whereas Key Stage Two children are taught across three mixed year group classes and our curriculum is designed to reflect this.
Please click on the links below to access our current Mathematics Subject Map and the Mathematics Progression of Skills and Knowledge document. You will also find our calculation policies for the four operations.