Intent, Implementation and Impact
- To develop confidence, enjoyment ad resilience in maths.
- To develop fluency and understanding of number, shape, quantity and relationships.
- To develop an understanding of maths as a tool for everyday tasks.
- To develop skills in applying mathematical concepts and processes to solve problems.
- To develop understanding of computational concepts and processes.
- To develop reasoning skills to enable children to explain their mathematical understanding.
- To ensure full coverage of the maths curriculum we use the White Rose Maths scheme of work throughout the school.
- The school has well-planned sequences of learning which support and develop children's mathematical skills.
- Maths lessons incorporate opportunities for fluency, reasoning and problem solving.
- All lessons are planed to include challenge and support appropriate for the needs of the children.
- Concrete and pictorial representations are used to support understanding of mathematical concepts.
- Formative assessment takes place during lessons in order to tackle misconceptions and to inform weekly planning.
- Summative assessment takes place twice per year.
- The vast majority of children meet end of year and end of key stage expectations.
- Children are independently able to apply their mathematical skills to increasingly complex and real problems.
- Children are able to tackle reasoning and problem solving with increased confidence, fluency and enjoyment.
- Children apply their mathematical knowledge and understanding to other areas of the curriculum.