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Maths Curriculum information

Key Information

Here is an overview of our maths scheme for this year, our Curriculum Statement of Intent and our KIRF documents (Key Instant Recall Facts) for 'Autumn 1', for each year group, that might support your own maths work with your children at home.

Templates for maths games on Gledhow's YouTube channel

Calculation Policy

Here is our calculation policy, where you can see the different methods used in each year group for the children to secure the basic 4 operations. 

Our calculation policy uses the Concrete, Pictorial, Abstract approach. Last November, we held an information evening to explain the approach and show you how we use concrete maths equipment through school. 

Our children have helped to bring the Calculation Policy to life and we hope to create more videos like these to explain the methods that we use in school.  These videos can be used by teachers, parents and children to help consolidate the methods, using concrete, pictorial and abstract strategies.

Adding two 2-digit numbers (with an exchange)

Adding two 2-digit numbers (with an exchange).MOV

Adding two 2-digit numbers (without an exchange)

Adding two 2-digit numbers (without an exchange).MOV

Column addition

Column addition.MOV

Column subtraction

Column subtraction.MOV

Multiplication using grid method with long multiplication modelled alongside

Multiplication using grid method with long multiplication modelled alongside.MOV

Short division using the bus stop method

Short division using the bus stop method.MOV

Subtracting two 2-digit numbers (with an exchange)

Subtracting two 2-digit numbers (with an exchange).MOV

Subtracting two 2-digit numbers (without an exchange)

Subtracting two 2-digit numbers (without an exchange).MOV

Times Tables

By Year 4, children should be able to recall their multiplication facts up to 12 x 12. To help them develop these skills, children can log on to www.ttrockstars.com using their username and password. On Times Table Rockstars, pupils can practice their tables. They are then able to improve their Rock Speed and climb the Rockstar ranks! The online games reward children with virtual coins for each correct answer, which they enjoy spending on upgrading their personal rock avatar.

Barvember logo

What is Barvember? 

Bar Modelling is a useful tool for helping children visualise and then solve maths problems. Even some of the most complex problems can be seen much easier when represented visually.

Throughout November,  teachers will be setting daily challenges for the children to try.  Dojos will be awarded to children for excellent effort, perseverance and simply having a go, as well as those showcasing fabulous maths skills!

There will be a 'King and Queen of Bar-Modelling' certificate for excellent effort in each class!

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