Maths Mastery Parent Information Workshop

Thank you to the many parents/ carers who attended the Maths Mastery Parent Information Workshop on Tuesday.

To ensure that pupils continue to achieve the very highest standards in this subject, staff have introduced a new approach to the teaching and delivery of mathematics, which is focused on embedding knowledge and           understanding towards promoting mastery of the subject. Continuing to explore elements of fluency, reasoning and problem solving, while supporting and complementing our Mad4Maths scheme, this ‘Maths Mastery’ approach is already evidencing positive results within pupils’ use of mathematical vocabulary and reasoning skills.

Our school is now also a lead school involved in a national project, developed by NCETM (National Centre for   Excellent in Teaching Mathematics), aiming to develop Maths Mastery skills to all primary-aged pupils.

The workshop provided parents/ carers with an overview of both the Mad4Maths scheme and Maths Mastery   approach across school. Mrs Brabban is currently finalising Maths Mastery information booklets for each year group and these will be shared with parents/ carers soon to show how best to support child(ren) when completing mathematical tasks and homework activities at home.


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