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* * White Rose Maths

At Woodhouse, we use White Rose Maths resources regularly in our maths teaching. They have created short videos/lessons with related worksheets and answer sheets.

Appropriate for: **All**

At Woodhouse Primary School we encourage our pupils to be confident, resilient mathematicians with a love of learning and no fear of ‘grappling’ with difficult concepts and those expressed in an unfamiliar way. In our school, children are scaffolded, extended and supported through rapid teacher intervention, use of equipment and choice of strategies e.g. jottings/mental/resources. As such, teaching is both enabling and extending.

**We aim that all pupils:**

- Become
**fluent in the fundamentals**of mathematics so that they develop the**conceptual**as well as**procedural**understanding that underpins a concept and the ability to recall and apply knowledge rapidly and accurately. - Can
**reason mathematically**by following a line of enquiry and develop and present a justification, argument or proof using mathematical language. - Can
**solve problems**by applying their mathematics to a variety of problems with increasing sophistication,**including unfamiliar contexts**and real-life scenarios. - Can use the
**language of mathematics**accurately discussing their learning with confidence and precision.

**In mathematics lessons you will see:**

- Teachers and children having fun and demonstrating positive ‘can do’ attitudes.
- High expectations of learning where ALL children are challenged and ‘grappling’ with concepts; they will demonstrate resilience and independence.
- Insistence on mathematical terminology being used accurately and confidently to explain learning and understanding.
- Children confidently using resources from around the classroom to support their learning.
- Well-designed lessons to build upon previous learning to help learners to remember in the long term.
**g.**repetition of stem sentences for ‘sticky knowledge’; small steps; layered learning to enable and extend. - Timely and rapid interventions to address misconceptions.
- Effective questioning where teachers adapt learning within the lesson to support the progress of all learners.
- Application of skills to non-standard situations including the use of non-examples to challenge thinking.

**Our definition of mastery:**

**Mastery** is not just being able to memorise key facts and procedures. Mastery of the curriculum requires that all pupils:

- use mathematical concepts, facts and procedures appropriately, flexibly and fluently;
- recall key number facts with speed and accuracy and use them to calculate and work outunknown facts;
- have sufficient depth of knowledge and understanding to reason and explain mathematical concepts and procedures and use them to solve a variety of problems.

Developing **mastery with greater depth** is characterised by pupils’ ability to:

- solve problems of greater complexity (i.e. where the approach is not immediately obvious), demonstrating creativity and imagination;
- independently explore and investigate mathematical contexts and structures;
- communicate results clearly and systematically explain and generalise the mathematics.

In order to ensure progression we use the maps which have been produced by the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics (NCETM). The maps are structured and divided into sub categories to illustrate progression in key areas. Some statements appear twice and this is because the objectives have central relevance to more than one maths topic. This embraces our aim that pupils should make rich connections across mathematical ideas to develop fluency, mathematical reasoning and competence in solving increasingly sophisticated problems.

Bespoke progression documents for specific key areas also ensure that teachers are able to plan learning opportunities which enable pupils to transfer, build upon and deepen their knowledge and understanding.

Cohort overviews are the working documents that teachers use to plan. These are working documents and are adapted in response to pupils’ outcomes.

The following are bespoke progression maps created by the school based on those above from NCETM.

At Woodhouse, we use White Rose Maths resources regularly in our maths teaching. They have created short videos/lessons with related worksheets and answer sheets.

Appropriate for: **All**

Times Table Rock Stars is an online platform that allows children to practise the instant recall of their multiplication and division facts.

Appropriate for: **KS2**

*This site requires pupils to login.

This website has free teaching videos, worksheets and answers with differing levels of difficulty! It also has handy ‘5 a day’ mental maths resources that would be good to keep the children ticking over with their key skills.

Appropriate for: KS2