At Stockton Wood Primary School we believe successful learning in Maths can prepare our children for success in life. To help us achieve this, we have adopted and implemented the Mastery approach to teaching Mathematics throughout the school, providing the children with a deeper understanding of, and ability to apply their learning in Maths.
Working in partnership with NCETM Maths hub, and in collaboration with other schools, we approach the teaching and learning of maths in a dynamic way. Using the concrete, pictorial and abstract approach gives all children the opportunity to take small steps to success in maths. We also are a ‘Numbers Count’ school with a specialist ‘Numbers Count’ teacher helping those children that need additional support.
In Stockton Wood we understand the importance of raising the children’s financial awareness. In collaboration with a local credit union, we are proud our students can engage with our ‘Lifesavers’ saving scheme and associated educational activities. Many are saving regularly with the school bank, and some of our pupils in year 5 and 6 act as cashiers, learning real life application of mathematics and the importance of managing money.
See Stockton Wood’s Maths Curriculum Overview by clicking here
Early Years Progression: Cardinality & Counting
Early Years Progression: Comparison
Early Years Progression: Pattern
Early Years Progression: Shape & Space
Early Years Progression: Composition
Early Years Progression: Measures
Progression Map: Place Value
Progression Map: Addition & Subtraction
Progression Map: Multiplication & Division
Progression Map: Fractions
Progression Map: Ratio & Proportion
Progression Map: Algebra
Progression Map: Measurement
Progression Map: Geometry
Progression Map: Geometry 2
Progression Map: Statistics