CATHOLIC PRIMARY AND NURSERY SCHOOL
'LEARNING TO LOVE, LOVING TO LEARN'
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At St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School we encourage children to develop their knowledge and understanding of mathematics using the principles of a growth mind set, empowering every child to be curious about the patterns that make up our world and to have a go at exploring and making connections between the different areas of Mathematics. Based on our motto ‘Learning to love and loving to learn’ we aim for all pupils to enjoy learning new mathematical skills and to become confident mathematicians.
We are currently adopting a mastery approach to the teaching and learning of Mathematics in our school. Underlying this principle is the belief that all children should work cooperatively to become fluent mathematicians who are able to reason and solve a variety of problems by applying what they have learned in a range of contexts. It also provides learners with powerful ways to describe, analyse and change the world and it equips them to become architects of the future.
Mathematics teaching at St. Josephs is in line with the National Curriculum providing a lively, engaging and carefully planned blend of approaches that direct children’s learning. The pitch and pace of the work is sensitive to the rate at which children learn while ensuring that expectations are kept high and progress is made by all children.
Maths Curriculum Information
End of Year Expectations
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