To help our children to achieve all they can in maths we are now following an approach called Visual Maths.
"Visual Maths™ is an extremely effective and successful approach to the teaching and learning of Mathematics.
It has consistently increased pupils’ understanding, achievement and attainment. Pupils have a greater confidence, are more self-motivated and see themselves as successful learners."
Visual Maths follows a set of pathways for place value, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and fractions with the children working their way along the pathways, gaining confidence and knowledge as they do.
These pathways form our calculation policy.
Below are some useful documents which you can download. They will give you more information about the maths we do in school and what you can do to help at home. There are also some links to useful websites which provide some extra information and ideas, as well as games you can play online.
As always, if you have any particular questions about how you can help your child with maths which aren't answered here you are always welcome to speak to your child's teacher.
For this academic year Mrs Mills has lots of exciting things lined up for Numeracy. These include:
- A maths club for parents and children
- An adult Numeracy course
- Outdoor learning for Numeracy
- Gifted and talented Numeracy days
- Times table challenge day
- £5 challenge
- Fun maths day
On Wednesday 7th November Mrs Mills ran a times table workshop for parents. If you were unable to attend the link for the power point used is on this page.