At Sidbury CE Primary School we have adopted the principles and practices of teaching for mastery in mathematics in order to deliver the three aims of our maths curriculum: fluency, reasoning and problem solving. These principles and practices permeate everything we do and underpinning this pedagogy, is a belief that all children can achieve in Mathematics. We aim for our pupils to display positive approaches to mathematics and develop attitudes that embrace challenge. All of our maths teaching is linked to our threshold concepts and is taught through the White Rose Scheme of work which is also supplemented by other resources.
Teaching is sequenced effectively and builds upon prior learning. This is mapped and tracked across the school.
Mathematics - What is taught when?Please click on the Mathematics Long Term Plan (below) to see our mapped curriculum content in Mathematics for each year group.
To find out more about objectives within each threshold concept, please see the Sidbury Mathematics Curriculum overview.
Assessment of learning is carried out during each lesson to ensure that children do not fall behind, and to inform future planning. As well as this, children are assessed at the end of each block of work and at the end of each term.