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Maths

At Millbrook Primary School, Maths is taught daily to support students to develop their fluency in the fundamentals of mathematics and to apply these skills to reason and problem solve. In KS1 and KS2, our school follows the National Curriculum Programme of Study, which is implemented using the Herts For Learning Essential Maths planning. In Reception, planning is tailored to adhere to The EYFS framework with teaching and learning also facilitated by Herts for Learning. 

 

In addition to Maths' lessons, all students from Year 2 upwards have weekly times tables practice to support them in learning the multiplication facts up to 12 x 12 in preparation for the national test at the end of Year 4. Pupils engage in short, regular sessions using Times Tables Rock Stars to improve motivation and embed knowledge. 

 

Intent

Our intent is to ensure that the teaching and learning of Maths at Millbrook is accessible for all children regardless of background or ability, and that all students make progress in this area.To support our vision, the teaching and learning of Maths at Millbrook follows a concrete, pictorial and abstract approach. This involves students exploring concrete resources such as counters to develop their understanding of concepts before progressing to creating pictorial representations and abstract methods involving numbers.

 

 

Our aim is for all students to increase their Maths fluency and independence as they move through the Key Stages, equipping them with key life skills. We believe that developing fluency in maths is essential so that children can make links between key concepts such as multiplication facts and short division, which in turn will develop their reasoning and problem solving skills. 

 

Assessment 

Teachers assess students' understanding on a daily basis, ensuring that the planning and delivery of lessons is tailored to the needs within the class. In addition to this, there are termly summative assessments in

Years 1 - 6 , which are used to support teacher assessment and inform planning.

 

Children in Years 2 and 6 will complete the national SATS papers, and Year 4 students will undertake the national multiplication tables check. 

 

For further information please contact Mrs York. 

 

 

 

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