Our objective led maths curriculum allows us to track pupil's understanding against our objectives to review their achievement; using this information to inform further planning and provision.
Our curriculum objectives are set for each topic and are based on the National Curriculum objectives.
As stated in our curriculum Intent, we also ensure that we are focused on our federation's vision is for all of our children to have the skills and knowledge that they need to be successful in their next stage of their learning and beyond - to be the best that they can be.
Our maths curriculum provides purposeful curriculum experiences that nurture independent learners with a lifelong passion for learning.
Intent of our Maths curriculum:
Maths is crucial to all aspects of modern day life. Many of us use it everyday without even realising it. Here at Furze Platt Primary Federation we are working to ensure that children gain a depth of understanding about mathematical concepts that will enable them to apply their learning in real life scenarios and be confident and resilient in their understanding of maths. We ensure children are fluent in number bonds, times tables and can manipulate numbers. They are able to then reason mathematically using pictorial, concrete and abstract methods such as part/whole model, bar model and written formal methods. Children can then use this knowledge to solve problems, be confident in their explanations and thinkings and see how all areas of maths are interconnected with each other and the real world.
Characteristics of our Maths curriculum:
Implementation of our Maths curriculum in KS2:
A typical maths lesson:
This is how it works:
compartmentalised’ sessions but ‘fluid’.
This is how we know how well our pupils are doing:
This is how we use Interventions:
Attached is our Calculation Policy. This document identifies within which year group we use certain mathematical written methods and also examples of how to use them. Also the Key Instant Recall Facts are included for you to use in the relevant year group. These are facts that children are expected to be able to recall fluently and with confidence.
MyMaths is the online website that we use for Maths homework but it also provides clear examples on how we teach Mathematical concepts and calculations.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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