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Mathematics at Cononley Primary School

To see the Mathematics Curriculum Statement, please click here.

To see how we develop British Values through Mathematics, please click here.  

 

What our pupils will learn:

At Cononley Primary School, we use the White Rose Maths schemes of work to deliver the National Curriculum for Mathematics. 

Please click here to access the EYFS White Rose Maths Schemes of Learning. 

Please click here to access the Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 White Rose Maths Schemes of Learning.

Please click here to access the Progression in White Rose Maths. 

 

How the Mathematics Curriculum will be taught to our pupils:

Pupils are taught in mixed age classes in Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1. In Key Stage 2, pupils are taught in year groups. 

 

Key Instant Recall Facts (KIRFS): Years 1, 2 & 3.

KIRFS are the key mathematics facts which children need to learn by heart. They provide a solid foundation for all other learning in mathematics.  Examples of key mathematics facts include times tables and number bonds. The ability to recall these facts quickly and accurately will significantly improve  your child's understanding in mathematics. KIRFS are practised weekly in school from Years 1 to 3 and are also sent home to reinforce learning. 

Please click here to find out more about KIRFS. 

Year 1 KIRFS           Year 2 KIRFS       Year 3 KIRFS

 

Years 4 & 5

In Years 4 & 5, pupils regularly practise the times tables they have learned to ensure  that they are able to recall instantly  all the multiplication and division facts for every times table up to 12 x 12.  

 

 

 

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