At St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School we see mathematics as an interconnected subject which should encourage creativity, discussion and exploration. We want the children to see maths as being relevant and purposeful to their lives. Their maths experiences should be one that develops the children’s ability to think mathematically and one which allows them to apply the tools to which they have been exposed in a variety of ways.
At St Joseph's we follow the Power Maths planning for Maths, which provides a mastery approach to teaching and learning. Please take a look at the presentation below for further details.
Times Tables Rock Stars!
We have signed up to an online Maths learning area called Times Tables Rock Stars! This will allow children to play interactive times tables games pitched at their level both at school and at home. Teachers will be able to see how often children are logging on and may direct children to particular activities. Log in details have been sent home to each child from Year 2 up. Please follow the link below to access. Enjoy!
Parent Activity Sessions
Pre Covid we have run parent activity sessions to share how we teach Maths at St Joseph's. If you would like to know more about how we teach these skills in each year group, please check with your child's teacher for further information.
Please review our calculation policy to further understand the progression in calculation across the year groups.
Progression of skills
Please see the links below which document the progression in mathematics skills as taught at St Joseph's Primary School.
Try any of these links below to continue Maths learning at home!