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Maths at Maytree

Maytree Nursery and Infant School



Our Maths Vision Statement


Our maths curriculum incorporates Maytree’s commitment to oracy, providing children with opportunities to develop their mathematical vocabulary and reasoning skills. Our aim is for children to become mathematically fluent, with transferable knowledge and skills which enable them to become confident risk takers who reason and solve problems in a range of contexts

We believe that language should not be a barrier to success and achievement in Maths. The language of mathematics is international and the core skills of mathematics are essential for the life opportunities of our children

At Maytree, our Maths Mastery curriculum ensures every child can achieve. We provide pupils with deep learning and understanding of concepts and number through use of varied representations in concrete, pictorial and abstract approaches. This ensures pupils fully develop conceptual understanding, allowing them to make connections and becoming fluent mathematicians who are confident and accurate in their ability to transfer knowledge to new learning and apply their understanding to new concepts both in and outside of the classroom.

Our Aims:

*To implement the current legal requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and the National Curriculum (NC) using the White Rose Maths documents for guidance.

*For our children to develop a ‘can do’ attitude and perceive themselves as mathematicians who can take risks.

*To ensure children become fluent in the fundamentals of maths, developing conceptual knowledge and an ability to recall and apply knowledge rapidly and accurately

*To ensure that children can reason mathematically and solve problems

*For our children to use and understand mathematical language and recognise its importance as a language for communication and thinking.