Mathematics from the Ancient Greek máthēma means 'knowledge, study, learning'.  It is an area of knowledge which includes the study of arithmetic and number theory.  

Our vision

Every child leaves our school with a deep understanding and confidence in maths so that they can enjoy problem solving and grow their curiosity to find out more. Teaching is innovative, challenging and engaging to enable children to feel motivated to learn. Our skilled teachers differentiate for each pupil in their class to ensure all of our pupils make progress.  In our schools, children have the opportunity to take ownership of their learning, access a range of resources and work in partnership with each other. Our progress is measured by high quality teacher assessment using the Norfolk Assessment Pathway. This data is analysed to ensure teaching is planned to close gaps and stretch children.


Lower Phase

Here is an overview of the lower phase Maths curriculum.


Upper Phase

Here is an overview of the upper phase Maths curriculum.