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Numeracy Initiatives and Resources

In 2012 a new marking scheme for numeracy was introduced across the whole school. This was to ensure consistency across the school and to ensure that each child is progressing in their learning, aware of the next steps they need to make.  

As part of our drive to improve numeracy standards we are offering homework packs to enable your child to continue their learning journey at home. The pack contains a numeracy workbook to reinforce and extend your child’s skills in mental maths, various resources to support their learning and a guide to help you as parents. The numeracy workbook has been carefully selected to support your child’s learning.

In addition each child has a username and password for and has been supplied with a user guide to assist them in using this resource.

If your child has misplaced their username and password, please ask their class teacher for a reminder.

Below is a useful guide from the government of how to help your children progress in numeracy.

For help in supporting your child with their numeracy, these are the different calculation methods which we use, along with our calculation policy.


What I can do to support my child in maths

To help you to understand the expectations within each level of maths, here are some useful guides. They have the statements and example questions to provide guidance as to what your child should be able to do within that level.


If you child is struggling to move on to the next level, you may find these documents useful:

Overcoming Barriers


Links to useful websites and interactive games