Maths at Edwards Hall

We believe that all children have the capacity to become confident mathematicians.

The National Curriculum highlights the importance of not only being 'fluent' in maths but also being able to reason and to solve problems.

We have been developing the way we teach Mathematics in light of this and in response to new approaches from across the world.

The use of physical resources and visual aids is at the heart of our teaching because they help children to fully understand 'why', when approaching a problem, and they help transfer that understanding onto new problems.

We have produced this document to show how different physical resources and visual aids are used progressively through the school.

Concrete and visual progression map complete.pdf