“The good progress that the large majority of pupils now make provides clear evidence that teaching is good overall.” (OFSTED 2014)

Mathematics is taught in daily lessons using a calculation framework developed under national guidance. However, we also place great emphasis on independent and investigational work.

Furthermore, our approach to mental maths is given high priority throughout all key stages. This accompanies a wide range of equipment and activities that help us deliver the Mathematics curriculum.

To see a detailed breakdown of how Maths is taught across the school, please click on one of the following links:

Maths Activities

The school has created videos of some fun maths games that we hope you’ll enjoy playing at home. For more, come along to one of our biannual Maths Workshops on how to support your child with different calculations.

‘The Greater or Less than Game’ is great is for Years 2-6. It’s a good way to practice ordering your numbers and place value as well!

You can play this game with; tens and units; hundreds, tens, and units; hundreds, tens, units, and thousands.

‘The Ladders Game’ can be played in any year group; it can also include numbers up to 10, 100, or 1000. You can even play with decimals!

Click here to see how to play the Ladders Game

‘The Addition Game’ is for Years 4, 5, and 6 to help practice their column addition.

’10 Nice Things’ is an excellent game for developing mathematical language in Foundation/Key stage 1.