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Lyndhurst Infant School

Lyndhurst Infant School

Maths

Maths Curriculum

Maths calculation skills are taught progressively at Lyndhurst and concepts are presented to children in a variety of ways to enrich their understanding. A range of models and images are used across the curriculum to support conceptual understanding and these can be seen in the Models and Images document below. Click on the other links below to see our progression documents for the four operations.

Progression in Addition and Subtraction

Progression in Multiplication and Division

Progression of Models and Images

At the end of each academic year, the children are assessed against a set of criteria to see if they are at the expected standard for the year group that they are in. Annually we hold a Maths curriculum meeting for parents, where we talk through the end of year expectations for Early Years, Year 1 and Year 2 and gave practical advise for games and activities that you could do at home to support your child's progress in the Maths curriculum. This meeting usually occurs in the spring term and you are strongly advised to attend.

Mathematical Vocabulary

An online dictionary that is suitable for helping children to understand any mathematical vocabulary can be found at this website: www.amathsdictionaryforkids.com

Games to Play at Home! (click on the links below to access suggested games and activities that you can do at home to support your child's learning towards these objectives)

 

Please use the links below to find some activities to help your child achieve the skills by the end of their current Year Group.

Early Years

Year 1

Year 2

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