Clayton-le-Woods

Clayton-le-Woods

Church Of England Primary School

White Rose Maths

Maths is taught through a mastery approach, using the ‘White Rose’ scheme of work. This child-centred approach is then enhanced through challenges from a range of high-quality sources.  Within Maths lessons, we use White Rose teaching tools and workbooks for year 1 to 6. Learning is embedded through a spiral curriculum by incorporating the use of resources, problem solving and group work. Our White Rose Maths curriculum systematically builds mathematical knowledge and skills. This means that our children can understand and draw on the knowledge, concepts and procedures they have already learned, and apply these to where they are now in their learning, as well as in the next stage. 

Alongside White Rose Maths, we incorporate mathematical reasoning and problem solving  to solve practical problems in everyday life in a variety of ways including; daily Flash Back 4 mini Maths sessions, the use of Test Base and other high quality sources to promote problem solving, not just in the maths lesson, but across the curriculum. For more information about the Maths curriculum, please see the Maths Subject Statement of Intent.

 

Enjoy maths together at home all year round with some free downloadable booklets

If you would like another great way for your child to enjoy maths at home. White Rose Maths have some FREE workbooks for Years 1 - 6 for all areas! Simply select the block you would like to work on and download a free workbook, giving children and parents an extra tool for enjoying maths together. Click the link for access: Parent resources | Maths workbooks | White Rose Maths 

 

Below you can find the schemes of work for each year group from Y1-Y6 covered each term.  From time to time, classes may move away from covering the units in the order they are presented to best meet the needs of the children, this will be particularly the case in Year 2 and Year 6 as the children prepare for their SATs. However full coverage is ensured. Should you require any further information, please speak to the class teacher.

Autumn Term

Spring Term

Summer Term