How will this be measured?
Pupil Voice will show:
- A developed understanding of the methods and skills of mathematicians at an age appropriate level.
- A secure understanding of the key techniques and methods for each key area of the curriculum.
- The confidence in children’s differing approaches to similar problems.
- A progression of understanding, with appropriate vocabulary which supports and extends understanding.
- Confidence in discussing mathematics, their own work and identifying their own strengths and areas for development.
- A clear understanding of different representations children are exposed to in Maths (bar model, part-whole model etc.).
Displays around school and books will show:
- An engaging Maths curriculum which develops a range of mathematical skills.
- Clear progression of Maths skills in line with expectations set out in the progression grids.
- That pupils, over time, develop a range of skills and techniques across all of the areas of the mathematics curriculum.
- A variety of representations for a range of questions.
- Fluency, reasoning and problem-solving style questions.
- Regular self assessment and independent practice.
- Children led daily learning recaps displayed to help children know and remember previous learning.
The subject leader will:
- Collate appropriate evidence over time which evidences that pupils know more and remember more.
- Monitor the standards in the subject to ensure the outcomes are at expected levels.
- Provide ongoing CPD support based on the outcomes of subject monitoring to ensure that the impact of the Maths curriculum is wide reaching and positive.
- Inform all staff of any new/ upcoming information that could influence their teaching.
- Regularly reflect on resources used to ensure they are of the highest quality.
- Monitor and evaluate on going summative assessment including NFER and termly arithmetic assessments.