Progression Document


Maths Vocabulary Progression


Subject Intent Document


Progression of Manipulatives


Maths Curriculum Videos for Parents

In September 2023 we held a series of ‘Welcome to Yeargroup’ meetings for parents. To supplement this, Headteacher Mrs Howard has recorded some helpful videos for parents to understand how maths is taught in our school. Please click on the links below for your child’s relevant yeargroup. We will also be sending these out to parents half-termly via email. There are also links below to a tens frame and number track resource should any parent find it useful.


Maths Video Series

Using a Number Line for Subtraction
Using a Number Line for Addition
Part Whole Model – Part 1
Part Whole Model – Part 2
Using a Tens Frame

Introduction to White Rose and Spring 1 Alive in 5

Spring Mass and Capacity and Growing 6,7,8



Year 1

Year 1 Maths- Autumn 1

Resource- Number track to 10

Resource- Tens frame



Year 2

Year 2 Maths- Autumn 1

Resource- Part Whole Models



Year 3

Year 3 Maths- Autumn 1

Resource- Part Whole Model Th H T O

Resource- Number Line To 1000 And 10,000



Year 4

Year 4 Maths- Autumn 1

Resource- Part Whole Model Th H T O

Resource- Number Line To 1000 And 10,000

Resource- Place Value Chart Th H T O

Resource- Roman Numerals

How To Use The Above Resources



Year 5

Multiplication using the area model

Multiplication using the column method

Multiplication using the area model and the column method

Division using the part whole model

Division using the bus stop method

Multiplication as repeated addition 

Short multiplication using the column method


Year 5 Maths- Autumn 1

Year 5 Multiplication And Division



Year 6

Year 6 Maths- Autumn 1

What's new


July 18, 2024
July 19, 2024
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Curriculum Spotlight – Maths

For Spring 1 we have developed a Maths article to demonstrate what we’ve been up to. Please click below to view all the interesting work we’ve completed this term. Read full article


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