Numeracy should be fun, enjoyable and part of everyday life, but it should also be challenging and provide a sense of achievement for all children. The practical aspect of Numeracy has a high priority throughout the school as a means of developing a sound understanding of mathematical concepts, which in turn are practised and consolidated.
Numeracy is taught daily. The school currently follows the National Primary Strategy in Year 6 and the new 2014 National Curriculum in Years 3 to 5, ensuring that Numeracy teaching is given a very high profile in line with government guidelines. From September 2015, Year 6 will also transfer to the new curriculum, ready for the new format of the national SATs.
Numeracy involves confidence and competence with number and measure. It requires an understanding of the number system, sound computational skills and an ability to solve number problems in a variety of contexts.
Year 3 programme of study (statutory requirements) 
NUMBER Pupils should be taught to:

Addition and subtraction Pupils should be taught to:

Multiplication and division Pupils should be taught to:

Fractions Pupils should be taught to:

MEASUREMENT Pupils should be taught to:

GEOMETRY Pupils should be taught to:

STATISTICS Pupils should be taught to:

Year 4 programme of study (statutory requirements) 
NUMBER Pupils should be taught to

Addition and subtraction Pupils should be taught to:

Multiplication and division Pupils should be taught to:

Fractions (including decimals) Pupils should be taught to:

MEASUREMENT Pupils should be taught to:

GEOMETRY Properties of shapes

Position and direction Pupils should be taught to:

STATISTICS Pupils should be taught to:

Year 5 programme of study (statutory requirements) 
NUMBER Pupils should be taught to:

Addition and subtraction Pupils should be taught to:

Multiplication and division Pupils should be taught to:

Fractions (including decimals and percentages) Pupils should be taught to:

MEASUREMENT Pupils should be taught to:

GEOMETRY Pupils should be taught to:

Position and direction Pupils should be taught to:

STATISTICS Pupils should be taught to:

Year 6 programme of study (statutory requirements) 
NUMBER Pupils should be taught to:

Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division Pupils should be taught to:

Fractions (including decimals and percentages) Pupils should be taught to:

RATIO AND PROPORTION Pupils should be taught to:

ALGEBRA Pupils should be taught to:

MEASUREMENT Pupils should be taught to:

GEOMETRY Pupils should be taught to:

Position and direction Pupils should be taught to:

STATISTICS Pupils should be taught to:
