Impact

By the end of the mathematics curriculum at The Avenue, our children will be equipped with the mathematical skills and knowledge that will enable them to be ready for the secondary curriculum in the next stage of their educational journey.

The impact of our mathematics curriculum is measured in a variety of ways. Children are constantly monitored in class and planning and teaching is adapted where necessary. More formal assessments are completed three times a year, in order to track children’s progress as they move through the school. The subject leader over sees the subject in a variety of ways in order to inform future training and development needs for the school. This includes: looking at planning of teachers, children’s work in books, learning walks, pupil conferences and discussions with staff.

The impact of our maths curriculum will be measured by assessment procedures, which allow us to measure outcomes against all schools nationally:

  •        EYFS % of pupils achieving a ‘Good level of development’ (GLD)
  •        Multiplication Tables Check at the end of Year 4
  •        End of KS1 % of children working towards the Expected Standard, at the Expected Standard           or at Greater Depth in maths
  •        End of KS2 % of children working towards the Expected Standard, at the Expected Standard           or at Greater Depth in maths

At the Avenue we want every child to:

  •          love maths
  •          be confident
  •          be able to explain their reasoning
  •          know that it is ok to make mistakes
  •          be resilient in their lesson
  •          be curious and ask mathematical questions
  •          have a strong foundation in maths where success is built upon each year.

In this way, when our children leave us, they will have a strong foundation ready to build upon as they enter the secondary phase of their education.