Euxtonce Primary | Maths
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Maths

Our

Maths

Curriculum


We aim to provide children with opportunities to become fluent in the fundamentals of mathematics, through varied and frequent practice with increasingly complex problems over time, so that pupils develop conceptual understanding and the ability to recall and apply knowledge rapidly and accurately.

Progression in Maths

At Euxton C.E. Primary School we follow the progression of learning for individual strands of the 2014 National Curriculum for mathematics. In EYFS we have updated our mathematics curriculum and teaching to meet the requirements of the Statutory Framework for the Eary Years Foundation Stage 2021, and the guidance within Development Matters in order to support the children’s preparation for the National Curriculum in Year 1.
At Euxton C.E. Primary School we teach a mastery approach to Mathematics, meaning that we provide our pupils with a range of opportunities to develop a deep and lasting understanding of mathematical procedures and concepts. Pupils are taught through whole-class interactive teaching, where the focus is on all pupils working together on the same lesson content at the same time, ensuring that all can master concepts before moving to the next part of the curriculum sequence. We use Lancashire KLIPs (Key Learning Indicators of Performance) to support our teaching of the National Curriculum so that any gaps in learning can be easily identified and addressed. Children will then be able to move on through the stages and naturally support their progression. We ensure that no pupil is left behind and all pupils develop a ‘can-do’ attitude and self-belief in their math’s capability. We want all pupils to shine and fulfil their potential in this subject.

Please click on the links below to see our progression documents for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

Maths Subject Leader Report