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 The teaching of maths is strong.  Pupils learn basic skills well and have secure knowledge of mental arithmetic.  All pupils gain a good understanding of different mathematical concepts.  This includes pupils with SEND'. Ofsted 2019         




At Scholes Village Primary School we aim to create a mathematics curriculum which is accessible to all and will maximise the development of every child’s ability and academic achievement. With a 'mastery' approach to mathematics, our curriculum has been designed to support and challenge all pupils and is built on the belief that everyone can learn maths successfully. At Scholes, we want to encourage this generation of mathematicians to be excited about maths, and to apply their maths skills to their everyday lives. We want our pupils to have an appreciation of the power mathematics, have a sense of enjoyment and develop their curiosity about the subject. By delivering carefully planned, connected lessons using the 'Five Big Ideas', we work to meet the aims of the National Curriculum to ensure that all pupils:

- become fluent in the fundamentals of mathematics                                                                                                                                                         

- reason mathematically 

- can solve problems by applying their mathematics to a variety of routine and non-routine problems


For more information about our approach to teaching Mathematics at Scholes, please feel free to read our Maths Policy below:

            Scholes Maths Policy 22-23 

             Calculation Policy  



 - PROGRESSION IN MATHS - MEET: Helen Berry, our Maths Governor:


Useful website links


White Rose Maths Parent Workbooks Times Tables Rock Stars  Numbots    NRICH Activities and Games
BBC Bitesize Maths Games (KS1) BBC Bitesize Maths Games (KS2) Topmarks Maths Games Maths is Fun


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