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Maths at Stockton Heath Primary School

Helen Davies

Subject Leader: MRS DAVIES

When teaching mathematics at Stockton Heath, we intend to provide a curriculum which caters for the needs of all individuals and sets them up with the necessary skills for later life. We aim to develop:

  • A positive attitude towards maths and an awareness of the relevance of maths in real world
  • An ability to solve problems and think logically in order to work systematically and accurately
  • An ability to use initiative and work both independently and in cooperation with others 
  • An ability to communicate and discuss mathematical concepts
  • Competence and confidence in pupils’ maths knowledge, concepts and skills
  • An ability to use and apply mathematics across the curriculum and in real life

Maths Mastery

Pupils are required to explore maths in depth, using mathematical vocabulary to reason and explain their workings. A wide range of mathematical resources are used and pupils are taught to show their workings in a concrete, pictorial and abstract form wherever suitable. They are taught to explain their choice of methods and develop their mathematical reasoning skills.

Underpinned by:

  • All children are expected to succeed and make progress from their stating points.
  • Teachers have high expectations and provide examples of good practice.
  • A vocabulary rich environment
  • Opportunities to identify patterns and connections


The overall intent being that all children secure long-term, deep and adaptable understanding of maths which they can apply in different contexts.


Please find below the Subject on a Page document and our Intent, Implementation and Impact Statement.

Click below to access Times Tables Rock Stars, our online maths platform for multiplication and division:


Progression in Maths

In Y1-Y6, children follow the White Rose Maths scheme of learning.

The progression against the National Curriculum document is attached below. This outlines the Small Steps that are covered in our teaching and learning from Y1-Y6.

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