The 2014 National Curriculum for Mathematics is implemented throughout the school in daily maths lessons. Teaching is differentiated in every class to meet the range of abilities present.
The curriculum aims to ensure that children can have quick recall of facts (fluency), can reason mathematically and solve problems. The curriculum is organised in a progressive sequence – areas include: number and place value, calculation, geometry (shape), measures, fractions and decimals, and statistics (graphs).
Methods to be used are demonstrated in the Progression of Calculations link below:
Helping Your Child to Learn Mathematics at Home
Progression in Calculation in Mathematics – Support for Parents