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Maths at Garland

The maths curriculum at Garland Junior school is based upon the WRM scheme this builds children natural curiosity for numbers, puzzles and problem solving.   When teaching mathematics our intent is to:  

Encourage children to persevere, learn through their mistakes and build resilience. 

Ensure the good use of resources, modelling and pictorial representations to support children’s learning.  

Provide activities that are clearly differentiated to allow each individual to make good progress.  

To facilitate this learning the maths curriculum should be delivered through a variety of practical activities, written investigations and oral discussion.  

Mathematical vocabulary should be used whenever possible and displayed clearly around the classroom. Children should be encouraged to see the practical applications of maths in the real world to develop a natural curiosity for number and shape.  


Thank you to everyone who came along to our recent Doodlemaths information session, we hope you found them both informative and enjoyable.  For those who were unable to attend please use the power point presentation to find out more.  If you have any queries please feel free to discuss with your childs class teacher who will be more than happy to answer any questions.  We look forward to catching your children Doodling!  

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