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Broughton-in-Amounderness

CE Primary School

Love learning, life, one another and God

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Broughton-in-Amounderness

CE Primary School

Love learning, life, one another and God

Mathematics

Our aim is to ensure that every child can achieve excellence in mathematics.

Maths Curriculum Overview

We aim to provide children with a deep understanding of mathematics through a concrete, pictoral and abstract approach, ensuring that all children fully understand what they are learning.

Oak - Lines of symmetry

Oak Class have enjoyed creating their own symmetrical patterns today and drawing their lines of symmetry.

3D - Money

3D have been learning to add and subtract different amounts of money. They have enjoyed using plastic money and this has given them a better understanding of how to handle money in real life. 

Elm- Representing numbers to 50

Elm Class enjoyed representing numbers to 50 in lots of different ways today. We used counters & 10 frames, bead strings, base 10 and multi-link to show numbers as 10’s and 1’s. We then moved on to writing our numbers on a part-whole model as 10’s and 1’s.

EYFS - 3D Shapes

In Reception we have been exploring real life 3D shapes. We have looked at whether their faces are flat or curved and used this information to predict whether they would roll down the ramp or not.

EYFS - Positional Language

To help understand positional language, the children in Reception helped Miss Watson make an obstacle course. They then gave each other instructions on how to complete the course. 
Everyone had to:

Go under the table

Jump in the hoops

Jump over the fences

Balance on the beams 

 

Elm- Addition and subtraction within 20

Elm Class have been learning about addition and subtraction to and from 20. We have enjoyed using counters and ten frames, along with number lines and bead strings, to support our learning.

Investigative maths from Ash Class

Ash Class have also been very busy practising their maths skills.

Investigative maths in Beech Class

In Beech Class, the children have practising their maths skills by interacting with their environment.

Applying our measuring skills to make a wind turbine.

Applying Maths in Outdoor and Adventure Week

Comparing fractions, decimals and percentages

Using arrays to find factors

Creating sequences in algebra

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