Maths

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Maths at Heathbrook

Additional lockdown maths opportunities

  • White Rose Maths have produced a range of maths work booklets for primary pupils to use at home.  Click here to download these free resources.
  • NCETM (National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics) have many maths lesson videos and PowerPoints which you could use in addition to the Maths learning that is being set by class teachers.  Click here to access the free resources.
  • NRICH is an organisation supported by the University of Cambridge.  They have produced many interactive mathematical games, puzzles and problems.  Click here to access these free resources.
  • Outdoor Maths learning – maths learning does not just take place in the classroom or at home; it can also take place outside too. Click here and here for ideas on how to develop your child’s maths learning outside.
  • Mathsframe has hundreds of interactive maths games linked to the curriculum. Click here to play some of the games.
  • Classroom Secrets have a wide range of interactive games and free learning packs.  Click here to explore the available resources.
  • BBC Learning at Home has lots of videos and activities covering each topic in the maths curriculum for Years 1 to 6. Click here to find out more.

At Heathbrook, we are committed to ensuring that all of our pupils become fluent in the fundamentals of mathematics, are able to reason mathematically and can solve problems by applying their knowledge in a range of contexts.

We are dedicated to enabling children to recognise the importance of mathematics in the wider world so that they are able to use their mathematical skills and knowledge confidently in a variety of situations in their lives. We want all children to enjoy mathematics and to develop a deep and sustained conceptual understanding so that they can experience success in the subject.  We aim for pupils to achieve mastery of mathematics by acquiring a deep, long-term, secure and adaptable understanding of the subject.  We seek to develop children’s curiosity about the subject, as well as an appreciation of the beauty and power of mathematics.

Please read our Intent, Implementation and Impact statement.


Maths Mastery

At Heathbrook, we use a Maths Mastery teaching approach as we believe that the vast majority of children can succeed in learning mathematics in line with national expectations at the end of each key stage. Please read more about Maths Mastery.

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Mathletics

Why do we use Mathletics at Heathbrook?

  • It significantly improves levels of attainment and progress (independently validated by the University of Oxford)
  • It supports personalised learning as tasks are set for the pupil by their teacher
  • It enables parents to engage with their child’s learning
  • It contains comprehensive curriculum content, supports a mastery approach and develops the core skills of mathematical fluency, problem solving and reasoning
  • It improves pupils’ confidence and motivation in their maths.

Pupils can access Mathletics via computers, tablets and smartphones. 

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Maths Curriculum Information Session for Parents and Carers

It was lovely to see so many parents and carers at our Maths Curriculum last year. If you would like to have a look at the slides for detailed information or the handout , please click on the hyperlinks.

Maths News

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