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Spring National Maths Targets

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Jan 152014


In Langar C of E Primary school we strive to ensure that Mathematics work is meaningful and purposeful. We wish pupils to feel confident and competent when using mathematics as a tool to help make sense of the world and to solve problems.

The children are given opportunities to engage in practical work utilising relevant materials and equipment, this being considered essential as the basis for the acquistion of the key concepts in Mathematics. Once an understanding has been gained, we work towards ensuring the children have fluent recall of fundamental number facts and relationships which are the foundation of future work in Mathematics.

The booklets below show the targets and main objectives for the each Year group for the spring term, plus other activities that it would be useful for children to practice at home. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open PDF files. If you don’t already have Acrobat Reader, you can download it free from Adobe’s web site. http://get.adobe.com/uk/reader/

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Welcome to Langar C of E Primary School Maths room first post

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Jan 082014

Welcome to the new Langar C of E Primary School Maths page.  The purpose for this page is to inform parents of the ways in which they can help their children with their mathematics, for I have frequently been asked by parents what they can do in order to support their children’s maths work.  Parents play an important role in improving their children’s maths, as most maths we do is based on problems that they encounter in the world outside of the classroom, and as such there are lots of opportunities for parents to question their children and improve their understanding. This page will therefore hopefully act as a guide and support for parents enabling them to take a more active role in improving their children’s numeracy.

Over the next couple of weeks I will at first be starting with the basic skills which the children need, but over time, as I add more to the page, it will hopefully become a more comprehensive guide. Also I will be adding the information and resources that were on offer during the last maths evening in the summer term 2013. If you have any questions or queries please do not hesitate to get in contact with myself or your child’s class teacher.

Many Thanks

Mr Marshall

(Maths Co-ordinator)