Maths

The National Curriculum for mathematics aims to ensure that all pupils become fluent, reason mathematically and can solve problems. We agree that a high quality Mathematics education provides a foundation for understanding the world, the ability to reason mathematically, an appreciation of the beauty and power of mathematics and a sense of enjoyment and curiosity about the subject.

No Pens – Lots of talk!

No Pens – Lots of talk!

The tables were cleared of all pens and pencils and we had a full day of lessons without any books. Our no pen day saw us working collaboratively and developing our communication skills. We held debates, discussed resilience and learned how to say the date in French....

The One With The Spreadsheets

The One With The Spreadsheets

Today we continued our work on spreadsheets in Computing. We were taught how to create a table in Google Sheets and write in spelling results for 15 children over a six week period. With all the data put into the table, we were then shown how to use the SUM function...

The One Where We Use No Pens

The One Where We Use No Pens

Today, we had our second 'No Pen Day' of the academic year! Along with that, we had some of our parents come in to school and see their children learning. The parents enjoyed coming to learn some maths and watch the children tackle some challenging work - loop card...

Number Bonds to 20!

Number Bonds to 20!

This week we have been learning number bonds to 20. We used our existing knowledge of number bonds to 10 and our number bonds song to help us learn the number bonds to 20. “We will need to add 10 onto each number bond because 20 is 10 more than 10”. “20 has two tens...

Christmas Parents Stay and Play!

Christmas Parents Stay and Play!

Once again, the Reception parents and carers were invited in to school to look at all the fabulous learning the children had been doing over the last half term. The children were very excited to show their parents how they learn in class and had lots of fun teaching...

Exploring Shape, Space & Measure!

Exploring Shape, Space & Measure!

We started off the week by exploring the question, 'how big is my foot?' We drew around each child's foot and then used cubes to measure each one. We looked at how we could find out who had the biggest foot, and counted the cubes to find out! We have also investigated...

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