Mathematics

   

Maths Recovery Curriculum Document 

Maths Home Learning Information 

Here at Meadows we aim to develop and nurture our children, so that they become confident mathematicians for the future. We want them to know and understand the purpose,
relevance and importance of mathematics in everyday life. Our intention, is for every child to be number confident, so that they can make a valued contribution for themselves,
the wider community and the world around them.

Mathematics is a creative and highly inter-connected discipline that has been developed over centuries, providing the solution to some of history’s most intriguing problems.
It is essential to everyday life, critical to science, technology and engineering, and necessary in most forms of employment. A high-quality mathematics education, therefore
provides a foundation for understanding the world, the ability to reason mathematically, and a sense of enjoyment and curiosity about the subject.

Mathematics at Meadows is been based on the (2014) Mathematics Curriculum for year groups 1 to 6. The curriculum programmes of study are used to give a balanced and broad
curriculum to all of our pupils, this includes the statutory and non-statutory aspects of the curriculum. Through high expectations we want our pupils to become fluent in the fundamentals
of mathematics, so that they can use their skills to reason and problem solve and progress confidently through their education.

It is our aim that in teaching mathematics our pupils will:

  • Have positive, high expectations towards their mathematical ability.

  • Develop strategies that help them to reason and solve problems.

  • Have an ability to solve problems, to reason, to think logically and to work systematically and accurately.

  • To develop their initiative, to enable them to work independently and in co-operation with others.

  • To have a confidence to communicate their mathematical thinking with others.

  • To recognise that maths applies to all aspects of ‘Real Life’ and is not just a maths lesson.

  • To know that quick number fact and recall skills, will help them solve bigger and more challenging mathematical problems.



   


Mathematics Policy
Written Calculation Policy
National Curriculum Mathematics - Key Stages 1 & 2
Progression in Number Sense
Progression in Use of The Bar Model

Addition - Key Stage 1
Addition - Key Stage 2
Division - Key Stage 1
Division - Key Stage 2
Multiplication - Key Stage 1
Multiplication - Key Stage 2
Subtraction - Key Stage 1
Subtraction - Key Stage 2 

Knowledge Organisers

Year 1 
Addition & Subtraction to 10
Addition & Subtraction to 20
Length & Height
Number & Place Value to 10
Number & Place Value to 50
Multiplication & Division 
Position & Direction 
Properties of Shape
Weight & Value 

Year 2 
Addition & Subtraction 
Fractions
Length & Height
Mass, Capacity & Temperature
Time
Multiplication & Division
Number & Place Value
Position & Direction
Properties of Shape
Statistics
Money

Year 3
Addition & Subtraction 
Fractions
Length & Perimeter
Mass & Capacity
Money
Multiplication & Division 
Number & Place Value
Properties of Shape
Statistics
Time

Year 4
Addition & Subtraction
Area & Perimeter
Decimals
Fractions
Mass & Capacity
Statistics
Money
Multiplication & Division
Number & Place Value
Position & Direction
Properties of Shape
Time 

Year 5
Addition & Subtraction 
Converting Units
Decimals
Fractions
Measurement & Volume
Multiplication & Division 
Perimeter & Area
Position & Direction
Properties of Shape
Statistics
Time 

Year 6
Perimeter, Area & Volume
Algebra
Converting Units
Decimals
Four Operations
Fractions
Statistics
Number & Place Value
Percentages
Position & Direction
Properties of Shape
Ratio