'God never gives someone a gift they are not capable of receiving.' Pope Francis


In September 2014, a new National Curriculum was implemented for the Primary phase.

Maths is taught through a daily lesson focusing on nine core themes: Number, Place Value & Algebra, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication & Division, Fractions, Decimals & Percentages, Ratio & Proportion, Measurement, Geometry, Statistics, Mental Strategies and Problem Solving and Reasoning.

Click on the attachments below to find out what your child will be expected to achieve in the curriculum. Just follow their year group link...

2014 NC Maths Y1.doc

2014 NC Maths Y2.doc

2014 NC Maths Y3.doc

2014 NC Maths Y4.doc

2014 NC Maths Y5.doc

2014 NC Maths Y6.doc 

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     We also follow a programme called Big Maths, which supports the teaching of number skills through counting, learning key number        facts, applying what we know to different contexts and calculations. The daily sessions last 20 - 30 minutes each and the children              attempt to beat their best score in a weekly 'Big Maths Beat That' test.



Maths Visual Calculation Policy

Holy Family follows its own calculation policy, which breaks down into steps the different mathematical processes which all children need to understand and use.  All classes follow the approach, which should ensure continuity of provision and a common approach to arithmetic and number.

In addition, a Bar Modelling Policy has been created to outline for staff, children and parents how we teach the various arithmetic processes that children will use when reasoning or problem solving.  This can be found by clicking on the link below .

 In order to use the maths visual calculation policy to support your child with their maths work, click on the link below which will take you through the steps taught in school.


Holy Family Maths Visual Calculation Policy

Holy Family Bar Modelling Policy