All children have a daily mathematics lesson, following the National Curriculum. The sessions include regular oral and mental work, focusing on strategies as well as recall. Through an investigative approach to maths, children develop appropriate concepts and skills. All children are taught to be independent learners and to organise their own work from an early age.

The Curriculum
We follow the 2014 Primary National Curriculum for England.
This curriculum contains the programmes of study and attainment targets for all subjects at all key stages.
As a school we are teaching these programmes of study using a thematic curriculum where it is relevant and appropriate.

Please remember every half term we send out a newsletter so that you know what your child will be learning and how you can support them at home.

If you would like further information on the 2014 National Curriculum please follow the link below:-



To find out more about the methods, images and models we use please see our Mathematics Policy-


Maths workshops

Each year Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 have maths workshops when we invite parents to learn different methods the children are using within school. They then are given the opportunity to practice these strategies with their children, with teachers available to discuss any problems or misconceptions. It is also an opportunity for parents to see the different images and models we use within our school.

Have a look at the photos below of our Key Stage 2 workshop which took place in January, 2019.

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The links below are either free websites or websites the school currently subscribes to. If a log in is needed, you will be able to find all the relevant information needed in the front of your child's home school link book.  Please speak to a member of staff if you are having any trouble logging in.  

Times Table Rock Stars

Hit the Button

Education City


Multiplication Challenge









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