Maths Home Learning
We undertsand that these are unusual times but it is important to keep children mathemtically active where possible. Below are some suggested ways in which to keep the children engaged in maths during the school closure.
At St. Ambrose, we use Maths No Problem to deliver the maths curriculum in Years 1 - 4. Maths No Problem have set up a parent hub so that parents can access the learning that their child would do. The class teacher will put on their class page suggested learning for the week and parents will need to acces the parent's hub on the Maths No Problem website.
To receive help in accessing the parent's hub at Maths No Problem, please contact email@example.com.
For Years 1 - 6, visit https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/. There are daily lessons and activites for children to attempt.
Maths at St. Ambrose
At St. Ambrose Catholic Primary School, the aims of our maths curriculum are:
To develop fluency in the fundamentals of mathematics.
To reason mathematically by following a line of enquiry, conjecturing relationships and generalisations, and developing an argument, justification or proof using mathematical language.
To solve problems by applying their mathematics to a variety of routine and non-routine problems.
Maths in EYFS
In early years the children experience maths everyday through whole class teaching, focused activities with an adult and through play opportunities in and outside the classroom. Maths is discovered, explored, discussed and made sense of from the child's own perspective, guided and facilitated by the adults
Key Stage 1
St. Ambrose currently use the Maths No Problem approach, to deliver the mathematics curriculum in KS1. There is an emphasis on exploring, explaingin and reasoning different methods to develop childrens knowledge and undersatanding of maths.
To see more information about Maths No Problem, please visit www.mathsnoproblem.co.uk
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|Maths Scheme of Work|
Lower Key Stage 2
Maths No Problem is the scheme of learning that is used to deliver maths in Year 3 and 4 and continues on from KS1.
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|Maths Scheme of Work|
Year 5 and Year 6
In years 5 and 6, the maths curriculum is delivered using the White Rose maths scheme which supports the concrete, pictorial and abstract approach towards understanding maths.
End of Year Expectations/Year Overviews
Click on the links at the bottom of the page to view the documents that show what is taught in each year group and what the children are expected to learn by the end of the academic year.
Times Tables Rockstars
Times Tables Rockstars is a fun and competitive way for children to learn their times tables. Each child from Year 1 to Year 6 has been given a username and password so that they can develop their knowledge and recall of the times tables and compete against school friends to be the ultimate Times Tables Rockstar at St. Ambrose. Each week, children from year 2 - Year 6 must complete at least 4 activities as part of their home learning. Children can play at https://ttrockstars.com/
Please click on links below to view the policies.