We aim for children to see Mathematics as an enjoyable and exciting subject, one that can solve many problems and be relevant to the real world in which we live. We aim for the children to leave the school as competent, independent and enthusiastic mathematicians. The children are introduced to Mathematics in a practical way, using a variety of apparatus. The handling of mathematical apparatus and the structured use of the immediate school environment helps the children gain understanding of essential concepts. Practising, developing and applying the key skills lead to a mastery of mathematical thinking and computation.
Our Mathematics teaching is delivered through a daily Maths lesson to implement the requirements of the National Curriculum, which aims for the children to become fluent in the fundamentals of mathematics, be able to reason mathematically and solve problems by applying their learning. The curriculum covers different aspects of number, measurement, geometry and statistics.
Key Instant Recall Facts
KIRFs are Key Instant Recall Facts. These may be helpful to you as parents and carers to help you support your children at home with a key skill or piece of knowledge that can support their learning in school that half term.
Below are the ones for Spring 1.
There is also a useful video below which may help you to support your child with their times tables at home:
How to help your child learn times table facts.mp4