Intent, Implementation and Impact
This page gives you an overview of our Maths taught across school. Mathematics is essential for everyday life and provides a foundation for understanding our world. It is our aim at Cambois Primary to ensure children develop a passion for Mathematics, to nurture them and help them become confident and competent mathematicians who are able to recall and apply their knowledge rapidly and accurately.
We follow the White Rose Maths hub small steps in progression and use a mastery approach to ensure we equip of pupils with the skills to achieve in mathematics. We firmly believe that ALL children can achieve in maths .
We use regular Flashback activities to ensure retrieval skills are strengthened and allow the children to build upon their prior knowledge to progress further in mathematics. 
Below are plans and assessments in relation to our Maths Curriculum. As we follow the 5 big ideas of mastery curriculum it is not always possible to stick to the set amount of weeks for each unit. We ensure that our children have a thorough understanding of each small step use the 5 big ides, before moving on. The long term plans give guidance as to the order of our teaching units,however they will be adapted over the year to suit the needs of our children.
Long Term Plan Unit Overviews
Small Steps and progression

As a school we are progressing through our journey to develop in staff the capacity to embrace and fully engage in mastery methods of teaching mathematics.  We are part of a Sustaining MAstery Programme with The Great North Maths Hub.

What does it mean to master mathematics?

A mathematical concept or skill has been mastered when a pupil can represent it in multiple ways, has the mathematical language to communicate related ideas, and can independently apply the concept to new problems in unfamiliar situations.

Mastery is a journey and long-term goal, achieved through exploration, clarification, practice and application over time. At each stage of learning, pupils should be able to demonstrate a deep, conceptual understanding of the topic and be able to build on this over time.

This is not about just being able to memorise key facts and procedures, which tends to lead to superficial understanding that can easily be forgotten. Pupils should be able to select which mathematical approach is most effective in different scenarios. 

At Cambois Primary School we use The White Rose Maths Hub to support our teaching and learning and follow their long term plan. Each topic is taught in blocks over the course of the year.

Parental Involvement 
Evidence shows that parental engagement has a positive impact of an additional 4 months of learning. 

Exploring maths through different contexts such as puzzles, songs, stories and games provides fun and inclusivity where all children can join in and achieve. 

In November we invited parents to join in a maths lesson with their children to see how maths may have changed since they were at school. We shared ideas of how to engage with their children at home in fun maths activities and games.

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White Rose unit assessments are used prior to and  following units of work to check children's understanding.
 We use TARGET TRACKER and those who may have gaps are then identified and targeted with interventions to help close the gaps. 
We believe it is really important to identify children for interventions quickly.We use Numberstacks as an intervention tool. We assess using a diagnostic assessment, which identifies gaps in understanding. We then focus on the gaps in 1-1 intervention time. It is important that  we use CPA in our interventions to remain consistent with our mathematics lessons. 
Number Week 2023
For Number week this year we invited parents to come into school to take part in a maths lesson. It was great to see so many parents attend and see how maths has changed over time. We also shared ideas of how to to use games to improve mathematical understanding 
Red Start

This year we have been working with the charity Red Start for primary-school children which delivers financial education through progressive learning. We have taken part in school based workshops in school and each week complete quizzes where we earn money which we can decide whether to keep in our bank current account or move into an interest building savings account.