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Hugo Meynell

CofE (VC) Primary School

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Maths Curriculum Design



At Hugo Meynell, children come in to school reasonably secure in the basic concept of Maths. The National Curriculum is at the core of our Maths teaching and we build upon this to meet the needs of our children.

We believe that Maths equips children with a powerful set of tools, to enable them to calculate, reason and solve problems.

Maths skills and knowledge enable children to understand and appreciate relationships and patterns, in both number and space, and to apply this to their everyday lives.

We want our children to demonstrate resilience and have a positive attitude towards Maths; competence and confidence with numbers and other Maths concepts and skills; the ability to solve problems through logical thinking and a range of strategies with the ability to work cooperatively, collaboratively and independently.



The core of our Maths is the National Curriculum and we have chosen to use the White Rose scheme as our main framework. We selected White Rose Maths because it offers the steps that ensure progression and sequencing. This careful sequencing enables us to assess accurately as part of our on-going formative assessment.

White Rose develops teacher knowledge through its design working on the concept of working on the concrete to the pictorial to the abstract, where appropriate, enabling non-specialists to be highly competent at teaching Maths.

We have adapted White Rose to the needs of the school based on formative assessment and we re-focus on areas as required.

Alongside White Rose, we are flexible and use other resources to provide differentiation and enrichment, for example, NRich.

In EYFS, Maths is taught through play, stories, rhymes and everyday situations with a focus on subitising and counting principles

We see Maths as a core skill and our expectation at Hugo Meynell is that it is built in across the curriculum where real opportunities exist e.g. measuring area in Geography.



That our children are fluent, confident and resilient in all areas of Maths, able to apply their skills to real life situations, building on this as they move to secondary school.