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Mathematics

 

 

Attached are the ‘Target Tracker’ assessment statements relating to Age Related Expectations for each year. These are used to inform the skills based curriculum, these skills are taught in a variety of ways through the vehicle of fun, inspiring and relevant topics. (Please see curriculum offers).

 
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Our rationale for Mathematics:

Mathematics is a key life skill which children must acquire to age related expectations by the time they leave Primary education, wherever this potential is possible. 

Through the National Curriculum age related outcomes, Mathematics should develop children’s ability and confidence to problem solve, investigate and explore number, patterns, shapes and data, so that they can apply the skills of arithmetic to other mathematical. 

It should involve real life, practical and experiential learning opportunities that support children’s independence to use mathematics in a variety of ways. 

Children should be taught to solve problems and understand mathematical concepts in a variety of ways, using resources, visual aids and with scope to discuss and explore their approaches and understanding with other children and adults.  

It should develop children’s ability to use mathematics in other curriculum areas, selecting the correct methods, resources and approaches, in order the analyse, solve problems, communicate information and complete real life, practical tasks – all of which should be designed to support the children’s use of mathematics for the rest of their life.

(Please also refer to the Mathematics Procedure for full details of how this is delivered across the school).