Pytchley Primary School Mathematics Curriculum.

Here at Pytchley CE Primary School we believe that children learn best in maths when concepts are broken down into manageable steps.

We use appropriate concrete resources alongside other models and representations throughout the school to ensure children are exposed to multiple representations of a concept.  This is part of our CPA (Concrete, Pictorial and Abstract) approach and resources are chosen which draw attention to underlying structures. The school use the White Rose Maths Hub Scheme of Work in order to achieve this. 

Whilst we teach Mathematics in progressive, distinct domains (units of work) we recognise that Mathematics is an interconnected subject.  Therefore, we encourage children to make connections across mathematical ideas to develop fluency, mathematical reasoning and competence in solving increasingly sophisticated problems.  Children also apply their mathematical knowledge across the curriculum, and particularly in Science, where relevant. 

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