Little Kingshill Combined School

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Mathematics

Mathematics is also a core subject in the National Curriculum as well as a key life skill. Our mathematics teaching is based on providing practical experiences to enable the child to develop logical thinking and a sound understanding of all aspects of mathematics.

All classes have a designated mathematics lesson each day which follows the New Numeracy Framework in Key Stages 1 and 2. This provides detailed guidance for the organisation and management of mathematics throughout the whole school to ensure continuity and progression in the teaching of the subject. The Nursery and Reception classes follow the Foundation Stage Guidance for PSRN (Problem Solving, Reasoning and Numeracy).

In order to specifically target their needs, children in Key Stage 2 are grouped according to ability for mathematics lessons. These groups are formed by combining children from Years 3 and 4, and Years 5 and 6, based on a combination of both formal and teacher assessments. However, all children are constantly monitored in order to ensure they are working within the group that best matches their mathematical needs and learning styles. The school’s decision to set by ability for mathematics is recognised by Ofsted: β€˜The setting of pupils across Key Stage 2 for mathematics has enabled work to be much more closely matched to the needs of individuals.’ (Ofsted, Nov. 2011)

Children are encouraged to develop a range of mental skills for dealing with number and solving problems. Written approaches to mathematics are developed from practical work and mental strategies. Regular lessons also encourage the children to apply their knowledge and skills to investigations and problem solving situations.

Y4 Curriculum Planner- Maths

Inspire Maths Evening

Inspire Maths presentation for parents

IM Curriculum Evening Parent Pack

Dienes blocks outline

Oxford Press Parent Support Timestables

Oxford Press Parent Support Subtraction

Oxford Press Parent Support Multiplication

Oxford Press Parent Support Fractions

Oxford Press Parent Support Division

Oxford Press Parent Support Counting Objects

Oxford Press Parent Support Calculating Fractions

Oxford Press Parent Support Addition Lines

Progression of Skills YR1

Progression of Skills YR2

Progression of Skills YR3

Progression of Skills YR4

Progression of Skills YR5

Progression of Skills YR6