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Our Maths Policy can be found here:

Maths at Wymondley is taught through the following content...

At Wymondley, we follow the HfL ESSENTIAL Maths plans which covers objectives in a cyclic way meaning they are revisited a number of times throughout the school year, ensuring a deeper level of fluency and understanding. Throughout all year groups, part-whole or cherry diagrams and bar models are regularly used as a way to help gain a deeper understanding of how numbers work.

The concepts taught throughout each term are shown below. 

 

Year 1/2Year 3/4Year 5/6
Autumn

Positional language

Subitising

Number magnitude

Place value

Time

Addition

Part-whole

Equality and comparison

Measures

Number and place value

Mental addition

Mental subtraction

Multiplication

Scaling and fractions

Angles and lines

 

Number and place value

Powers of 10

Addition

Number properties

Multiplication

Fractions

Division

Algebra

Spring

Shape

Addition and subtraction

Doubling and halving

Multiplication and division

Fractions

Shape

Written addition and subtraction

Perimeter

Scaling

Written multiplication and division

Shape

Percentages

Division

Area and perimeter

Fractions

Volume

Ratio and scaling

Angles

Summer

Money

Fractions

Problem solving

Time

Measures

Statistics

Shape

Place value with larger numbers

Decimals

Measures

Reasoning

Fractions

Roman numerals

Negative numbers

 

Statistics

Roman numerals

Time

Measures

Problem solving

 

 

Enrichment OpportunitiesLinks Across the Curriculum
Whole school Maths days

Science / History / Geography

Using statistics, graphs and charts.

Measuring in length or time

DT

Measuring / calculating resources for design projects

Weighing out ingredients for cooking

PE

Measuring in length or time

Computing

Coding

 

 

Through this content, the children learn and develop the following skills...

We believe in the concrete - pictorial - abstract approach to learning Maths, where children use manipulatives to physically carry out the mathematical procedure, before moving on to using images and then being able to work independently with just the digits. This happens throughout all year groups to help support the children in fully understanding a concept. 

Our Progression in Written Calculations policy can be found here:

Our progression documents for each strand of Maths can be found here:

Expectations in Maths for each year group can be found here:

Maths in action at Wymondley...

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