Mathematics is a tool for life. It provides a way of viewing and making sense of the world. It is used to analyse and communicate information and ideas and to tackle a range of tasks and real life problems. Mathematics has the capacity not just to describe and explain, but also to predict and test ideas and approach mathematical investigations with creativity and flexibility.
The mathematics curriculum follows the structure of the 2014 National Curriculum:
- Ratio and proportion
As much as possible we aim to enhance their mathematical understanding with the use of IT, including interactive teaching programmes and the use of IPads and our IT suite.
The progress of the children is assessed on a termly basis, with interventions and opportunities available for pupils to increase their knowledge of Mathematics in a variety of areas.