At Croft Community School, Mathematics is taught through a variety of approaches including whole class teaching, small group or individual work. Pupils have an opportunity to use practical objects to help them understand their maths skills and to extend this to help develop their mathematical reasoning and problem solving skills. Pupils also have access to a variety of ICT resources including – RM Easimaths, Numeracy Warm Up & Workout, Maths Workout and Conquer Maths.
Mathematics includes learning about Number: place value, addition and subtraction, multiplication and division, Measurement, Geometry and Statistics. Pupils follow the Mathematics National Curriculum from P levels up to GCSE level.
At Croft Community School we aim to develop a love for mathematics through practical, cross curricular learning. Our maths lessons in primary are based on the White Rose schemes which encourage the teaching for mastery. Our maths lessons are engaging and a wide range of resources are used to enhance learning, such as Mathletics, age appropriate apps and computer games and programmes.