At St. Luke's, we aim for all children to be able to:
At St Luke's, we use a Maths Mastery Approach and Maths — No Problem! Children are encouraged to develop fluency, reasoning and problem solving skills through a concrete-pictorial-abstract approach. In lessons, children use Maths — No Problem! textbooks and workbooks. They also use concrete resources to ensure a depth of understanding.
We also make use of the NCETM (https://www.ncetm.org.uk/teaching-for-mastery/) and NRICH Mathematics (http://nrich.maths.org/frontpage) websites to support children to develop problem solving skills.
In school, we also use a range of web based software. We use:
Once you have received a username and password (in yellow reading diary), you can access these at home to help your child improve their Maths skills.
Helping your child at home is always important. Please visit https://www.st-lukes.hants.sch.uk/class-blogs/ to find out what your child is currently learning in Maths. Please also refer to the documents below to help you understand how we teach aspects of Maths so that you can support your child using the same methods they learn at school.