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Mathematics makes a significant contribution to the solution of a wide range of problems. It is important for children to be introduced to and acquire a wide range of mathematical skills in order to successfully approach problem solving in relevant and varied contexts.  The aim of the mathematics curriculum is to ensure a secure understanding of all the mathematic concepts experienced and to provide opportunities for children to apply skills in a variety of different forms and situations. Mathematics education must take account of the learning strategies associated with young people. These strategies are characterised by active participation which enables pupils to construct meaning from their own experiences. They need opportunities to develop concepts of mathematics through collaborative speaking and listening in order to rationalise ideas and processes.


The teaching of mathematics will be in line with the whole school Teaching and Learning Policy. It will also be wholly compatible with the school’s aims and mission. Mathematics will be taught in line with the National Curriculum under the areas of number, ratio and proportion, algebra, measurement, geometry and statistics.  Arithmetic will also be taught, using the calculation policy for guidance.


Mathematics is taught by using White Rose Maths, a programme of study which focuses on fluency, application and mastery of the key skills. This is through whole class teaching and ensures that each child has a solid foundation of the number system before building on that knowledge systematically and purposefully. The work is in line with the requirements set out in the National Curriculum.