“Arithmetic is being able to count up to twenty without taking off your shoes.”Mickey Mouse
“Pure mathematics is, in its way, the poetry of logical ideas.”Albert Einstein
These are the assessment grids used to monitor and assess Maths at St. Andrew’s. To reach the expected standard for their stage, children to need to achieve every highlighted objective.
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“Mathematics is not about numbers, equations, computations, or algorithms: it is about understanding.”William Paul Thurston
Going for Gold!
To be Gold in Mathematics:
For pupils to develop mastery with greater depth they need to demonstrate the ability to:
– Solve problems of greater complexity (i.e. where the approach is not immediately obvious), demonstrating creativity and imagination.
– Independently explore and investigate mathematical contexts and structures, communicate results clearly and systematically explain and generalise the mathematics.
The Pelican class using their problem solving skills within PE.read more
The children used wooden blocks, shapes, natural materials and pastels to create representations of houses and homes.read more
Examples of Maths work from across our school.read more
Year 3 are making the most of our immediate environment, Bude Park. They are learning and developing their observational skills.read more
Year 2 children have been developing their directional language skills using the Be-Bot app on the iPads.read more
The children in Reception have been learning about their immediate environment. This homework has given them the opportunity to share with others their home environment and also human features that they all go to.read more
Working as a team to solve mathematical and thinking skills challenges with our class governor Mr Porter.read more