Curriculum – Maths

At Green Lane, we see the ultimate purpose of education as the promotion of life in all its fullness” (St John’s Gospel, Chapter 10, Verse 10). Our maths curriculum is geared towards our goal of ensuring that our pupils are ready ‘for life in all its fullness’ because the school firstly teaches and embeds the required knowledge and skills at each year group level, and then provides each child with the opportunity to apply what they have been taught. Studying mathematics at Green Lane, stimulates curiosity, fosters creativity and equips children with the skills they need in life beyond school. Staff carefully plan maths activities which nurture individuals in order that they may reach their true potential.

Our Vision for Maths

Maths Subject Learning Plans

Year 1

Maths Subject Learning Plan – Year 1(download)

Year 2

Maths Subject Learning Plan – Year 2 (download)

Year 3

Maths Subject Learning Plan – Year 3 (download)

Year 4

Maths Subject Learning Plan – Year 4 (download)

Year 5

Maths Subject Learning Plan – Year 5 (download)

Year 6

Maths Subject Learning Plan – Year 6 (download)

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