Click on the links below to access free activities during the school closures;

Sooperbooks     The Alphablocks     KidsTV123     BBC Teach     CBeebies     Oxford Owl     BBCbitesize     Pobble

Poetry

Researchify

Spelling

SpellingCity     Collins

Authors/ Illustrators

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    Steven Lenton     David O’Connell     Nick Sharratt     Robin Stevens     Piers Torday     David Walliams              

Mo Willems 

 Publishing Houses

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Others

Activity Village     Audible     Book Island     Book Trust Home Time     British Library     LoveReading4Kids     

     The Literacy Trust Family Reading Zone     Love My Books     Reading Realm     World Book Day

 

 

The Numberblocks channel     The Numberjacks     The Singing Walrus     Hopscotch     Mr DeMaio 

Times Tables songs     Happy Learning     Math & Learning Videos 4 Kids     BBC Teach    Kahn Academy   

    prodigygame     greatmathsteachingideas     BBCbitesize     mathszone     mathsbox    primarymathsresources

 

At St Mary's we believe that the development of language and literacy skills are of the highest priority.

The purpose of this is to:

  • ensure the effective delivery of the new National Curriculum for English;

  • enable progression and continuity throughout the school;

  • ensure progression and continuity throughout the school;

  • aid the monitoring of the teaching and learning of language.

We address language special needs throughout the school with the help and input of the SENCO, using school-based resources and those of the outside agencies.

We are aware of issues of gender and race equality and are prepared to bring about any necessary changes in the teaching of language to give equality of opportunity.

We plan termly with colleagues within Early Years, Key Stage 1, Y3 and Y4, and Y5 and Y6 to ensure continuity and progression.

Curriculum Coverage

Click on the links below to go to glossary terms and the overview for each year group;

     

Helpful websites- click on the links below to find helpful websites for your children;

 

As well as termly plans each teacher keeps weekly plans. Within this planning, provision is made for different teaching and learning styles and children are encouraged to work both independently and collaboratively, at their own level in order to achieve their full potential.  Our planning aims to provide opportunities which will enable our children to become competent and confident listeners, speakers, readers and writers. 

At St Mary's we use the Oxford Reading Tree scheme to support the teaching of reading. When teaching phonics, class teachers use the Letters and Sounds scheme. 

 

NURSERY PLAN AUTUMN 2018

RECEPTION PLAN AUTUMN 2018

YEAR ONE AUTUMN PLAN 2018

YEAR TWO PLAN AUTUMN 2018

YEAR THREE PLAN AUTUMN 2019

YEAR FOUR PLAN AUTUMN 2019

YEAR FIVE PLAN AUTUMN 2018

YEAR 6 PLAN AUTUMN 2019

RECEPTION PLAN SPRING 2020

YEAR ONE PLAN SPRING 2019

YEAR TWO PLAN SPRING 2019

YEAR 3 PLAN SPRING 2020

YEAR 4 PLAN SPRING 2020

YEAR FIVE PLAN SPRING 2019

YEAR SIX PLAN SPRING 2020

 

NURSERY PLAN SUMMER 2019

RECEPTION PLAN SUMMER 2019

YEAR 1 PLAN SUMMER 2019

YEAR 2 PLAN SUMMER 2019

YEAR 3 PLAN SUMMER 2019

YEAR 4 PLAN SUMMER 2019

YEAR 5 PLAN SUMMER 2019

YEAR 6 PLAN SUMMER 2019

Have a look at our recent corridor displays from nursery up to year 6. Each class had a book which we were exploring and produced work from our particular stories.

 

THE WRITING'S ON THE WALL

This display in our school shows the progression in writing from Nursery to Year 6. Every term, all children complete the same writing assessment which has been adapted to suit each year group. Once the assessments have been marked teachers select 2 pieces of work for display. It is a lovely opportunity for the children to see the expectations for the future and the progression which they have made from previous years. Within their own year group children are able to identify what they need to do to move forward and improve their own writing. 

Please have a look at how we teach the following aspects of Literacy in our School and how you can help your child at home to develop their Literacy skills:

Speaking and Listening

Writing

Click on the pictures below to find helpful hints and tips when reading with your child;

 

 


This year we have been extremely lucky to have many enriching opportunities when it comes to maths! Our year 2 children had the chance to take part in a Maths Masterclass where they could go and develop their reasoning skills with children from across the borough. All the children thoroughly enjoyed this experience and took full advantage of it.

Our year 5 and 6 children have been fortunate to work with Sara Tilley in her Curious Mathematicians Club. This after-school club takes place weekly and the children have the opportunity to consolidate learning and challenge themselves through a variety of interesting and engaging activities! It has been really lovely to listen to the children talk animatedly about the learning which they have been doing while simultaneously grow in mathematical confidence! 

We had a maths week in school, look at all the maths learning we have done! We have been using Numicon to help solve and use maths investigations.

YEAR ONE

YEAR TWO

YEAR FOUR

YEAR FIVE

In St Mary's we endeavour to teach our children a rich and progressive curriculum. We believe that Mathematics teaches us how to make sense of the world around through developing a child's ability to calculate, to reason and to solve problems.

In our school we want to help children to understand and appreciate the pattern in both number and space in their everyday lives in and out of school.

We encourage the children to develop these key and fundamental skills through their growing knowledge and understanding of the world. We want children to learn to appreciate the contribution made my many people to the development Mathematics in our ever growing society.

 

MATHEMATICS IN ST. MARY'S

Aims

The national curriculum for mathematics aims to ensure that all pupils:

  • become fluent in the fundamentals of mathematics, including through varied and frequent practice with increasingly complex problems over time, so that pupils develop conceptual understanding and the ability to recall and apply knowledge rapidly and accurately

  • reason mathematically by following a line of enquiry, conjecturing relationships and generalisations, and developing an argument, justification or proof using mathematical language

  • can solve problems by applying their mathematics to a variety of routine and non-routine problems with increasing sophistication, including breaking down problems into a series of simpler steps and persevering in seeking solutions

Teachers complete termly plans and weekly plans. Teachers plan activities to support all children in achieving their full potential. Children are encouraged to work independently and collaboratively. All children are given the opportunity to meet the objectives for their year group.

However teachers think about how to support children who find it more challenging and how to extend children who meet the objective. Children are taught to master a skill through problem solving and reasoning.  

 

Please have a look at how you can help your child with their 'Big Maths' and how we teach our calculation skills throughout the curriculum:

Big Maths

Addition

Division

Multiplication

Subtraction

Foundation Stage Numeracy Evening

KS1 numeracy evening

KS2 NUMERACY INFORMATION EVENING

Numeracy Policy 2018

Maths Vocabularly

 

Our yearly overview

Year 1 yearly overview

Year 2 yearly overview

Year 3 yearly overview

Year 4 yearly overview

Year 5 yearly overview

Year 6 yearly overview

 

Our Yearly Curriculum Coverage

Reception Maths Curriculum Coverage

Year 1 Maths Curriculum Coverage

Year 2 Maths Curriculum Coverage

Year 3 Maths Curriculum Coverage

Year 4 Maths Curriculum Coverage

Year 5 Maths Curriculum Coverage

Year 6 Maths Curriculum Coverage

 

Here are our Progression Maps for all the areas of learning within Mathematics:

Progression Map: Place Value

Progression Map: Addition and Subtraction

Progression Map: Multiplication and Division

Progression Map: Fractions

Progression Map: Ratio and Proportion

Progression Map: Alegbra

Progression Map: Measurement

Progression Map: Geometry and Properties of Shapes

Progression Map: Geometry; Position and Direction

Progression Map: Statistics

 

Here are our Progression Maps with Reasoning for all the areas of learning within Mathematics:

Progression Map: Place Value with Reasoning

Progression Map: Addition and Subtraction with Reasoning

Progression Map: Multiplication and Division with Reasoning

Progression Map: Ratio and Proportion with Reasoning

Progression Map: Algebra with Reasoning

Progression Map: Measurement with Reasoning

Progression Map: Geometry; Properties of Shape with Reasoning

Progression Map: Geometry; Position and Direction with Reasoning

Progression Map: Statistics with Reasoning

 

TERMLY PLANS:

 

NURSERY PLAN AUTUMN 2018

RECEPTION PLAN AUTUMN 2018

YEAR ONE PLAN AUTUMN 1 2018

YEAR ONE PLAN AUTUMN 2 2018

YEAR TWO PLAN AUTUMN 1 2018

YEAR TWO PLAN AUTUMN 2 2018

YEAR THREE PLAN 1 AUTUMN 2019

YEAR THREE PLAN 2 AUTUMN 2019

YEAR FOUR PLAN AUTUMN 1 2019

YEAR FOUR PLAN AUTUMN 2 2019

YEAR FIVE PLAN AUTUMN 1 2018

YEAR FIVE PLAN AUTUMN 2 2018

YEAR SIX PLAN AUTUMN 2019

RECEPTION PLAN SPRING 2020

YEAR ONE PLAN SPRING 2019

YEAR ONE PLAN SPRING 2 2019

YEAR TWO PLAN SPRING 2019

YEAR 3 PLAN 1 SPRING 2020

YEAR 3 PLAN 2 SPRING 2020

YEAR FOUR PLAN 1 SPRING 2020

YEAR FOUR PLAN 2 SPRING 2020

YEAR FIVE PLAN SPRING 2019

YEAR FIVE PLAN SPRING 2 2019

YEAR 6 PLAN SPRING 2020

NURSERY PLAN 1 SUMMER 2019

NURSERY PLAN 2 SUMMER 2019

RECEPTION PLAN SUMMER 2019

YEAR 1 PLAN 1 SUMMER 2019

YEAR 1 PLAN 2 SUMMER 2019

YEAR 2 PLAN SUMMER 2019

YEAR 3 PLAN 1 SUMMER 2019

YEAR 3 PLAN 2 SUMMER 2019

YEAR 4 PLAN 1 SUMMER 2019

YEAR 4 PLAN 2 SUMMER 2019

YEAR 5 PLAN 1 SUMMER 2019

YEAR 5 PLAN 2 SUMMER 2019

YEAR 6 PLAN SUMMER 2019

 

 

 

We had a Mathematics Information Evening, have a look at what our parents said:

It was great! It was good how the teachers took turns to explain different aspects.

Reception Parent

The tips and advice to engage my child in further learning at home and the key words that I should be using to aid his learning.

Year 1 Parent

I enjoyed the whole session. An eye opening of how I can help my daughter at home. The session was very helpful!

Year 1 Parent

It’s helped me to understand the easy way to help my child with their homework.

Year 2 Parent

It was informative and educating.

Year 3 Parent

All the information I received was useful. The information will help me at home a great deal.

Year 3 Parent

Concise and brilliant!

Year 4 Parent

I found it very helpful. It has made me understand what is expected of the children and what I need to do as a parent to support my child.

Year 4 Parent

Good explanation about how we teach different methods.

Year 5 Parent

Useful methods to reinforce learning Numeracy were demonstrated.

Year 5 Parent

The help tips to help children.

Year 6 Parent

MATHS INFORMATION EVENING