White Rose Hub
We use White Rose Hub to suppport the planning of our maths mastery curriculum. Click the link to find the maths yearly overviews for each class.White Rose Hub
At Eppleton, our maths curriculum is designed to secure, for all children, a fluency in number and an ability to manipulate number to support problem solving and reasoning. Through the Mastery approach, all children are able to make progress, particularly through the CPA approach (Concrete, Pictorial, Abstract) Our curriculum aims to provide cross-curricula opportunities to allow children to apply their maths learning in context, particularly in science. We believe it is important for our children to develop resilience and problem solving skills through their maths learning in order to prepare them for life-long learning.
"We want our children to understand and be able to explain their maths learning with passion and excitement".
At Eppleton, we follow a mastery approach. All lessons are pitched at end of year expectations. Content will be progressive and challenging for all. Lessons might be slow paced or fast paced; depending on how the children grasp the concept. All lessons will include fluency, reasoning and problem solving.
"At Eppleton we aim to teach the National Curriculum through a variety of fun and engaging maths lessons".
Mental maths is taught 3 times a week. These session are designed to target the needs of the class alongside teaching the national curriculum expectations. The include, counting and calculating. There is no expectation that the children record these sessions in books and they should be fun, engaging and interactive.
In EYFS, maths is fully embedded into the daily routine. Through the environment children are encouraged to apply their mathematical learning and problem solve. Maths is taught during whole class input and then in focus groups which are teacher or TA led. The role of the adult in facilitating maths learning aims to prompt, initiate, question and encourage maths learning throughout the day. Maths lesson will typically include counting and practical, hands-on maths learning and developing number sense.
A platform full of maths games for all year groups. Just sign in with your account details to access this resource.Purple Mash
Key Stage 1 and 2 Maths resources and games.Topmarks
NumBots is great way for Key Stage 1 children to develop their mathematical understanding, speed and accuracy of number. Just click the link and sign in to get started.NumBots
Practise times tables online. This resource is for Key Stage 2 children.Timetable Rockstars
"Pupils get the chance to return to areas of mathematics on a regular basis. They can explain how they gain more knowledge each time they revisit. This is because new learning builds upon what pupils already know or can do. In 2019, pupils’ progress in mathematics across key stage 2 was significantly above average. Many pupils say that mathematics is their favourite subject".