St George's Chuch of England Primary School


                          Instruct the wise and they will be wiser still;                            teach the righteous and they will add to their learning.

Proverbs 9:9


We are confident mathematicians who use calculations, reasoning and problem solving to make sense of the world around us. We use mathematics to understand and appreciate relationships and patterns in our everyday lives.

Maths Curriculum Overview

 Year 1 overview

 Year 2 overview

Year 3 overview

Year 4 overview

Year 5 overview

Year 6 overview

 Maths Curriculum Intent, Implementation and Impact Statement 2023-2024

 Maths Intent, Implementation and Impact Statement


Progression in Representation - Number and Place Value

Number and Place Value - Place Value

Number and Place Value - Number Lines

Number and Place Value - Powers of 10

Progression in Representation - Multiplication and Division

Multiplication and Division - Short Division

Multiplication and Division - Multiplying by 10, 100 and 1000

Progression in Representation - Fractions

Fractions - Adding and Subtracting

Fractions - Number Lines


Practising at home is a vital part of your child’s maths learning.

Thank you for all your support in helping your young mathematician to be the best that they can be.

What should we practise at home?

Every child has a maths fluency bookmark which lists basic maths skills that they must master by the end of the spring term.

Please refer to this list at home so you can make sure that your child can do everything on the list before the Easter holidays.

Please click on your child’s year group to see their list of maths fluency targets.

Year 1 

Year 2 

Year 4 

Year 5 

Year 6



How should we practise at home?

Little and often is the best approach. We recommend 10 -15 minutes practice every day, using a variety of activities. Please speak to your child’s teacher if you would like any advice or support in using any of these activities or games at home.

Click on the links below to view different apps, websites and games which you can use with your child at home.

  • Apps
  • Websites
  • Verbal Games
  • Pencil and Paper Games
  • Real Life Maths
  • Board Games

These are some websites we recommend for supporting your child with their maths at home.

Remember to always supervise your child when they are online.  


Numeracy Development:


For a variety of games and activities:


Key Stage 1 & 2

Learn and Revise:

BBC Bitesize White Rose Maths


For interactive maths games and activities:



Primary Homework Help

Primary Games Arena

Crickweb KS1:

Crickweb KS2:


Free online video tutorials (use Chrome):


 British Values in Maths