Acle Primary maths calculation policy
The full document is available below, in addition we have split the policy into the relevant year groups, just click on your child’s year group to open the document.
- Maths calculation policy – whole document
- Maths calculation policy – Reception class
- Maths calculation policy – Year 1 class
- Maths calculation policy – Year 2 class
- Maths calculation policy – Year 3 class
- Maths calculation policy – Year 4 class
- Maths calculation policy – Year 5 and Year 6 classes
Each year group have produced a selection of video’s about how we use calculation methods in our maths. Click on the buttons below for your child’s year group to find out more about how these methods work. Please do let Ms Margerum (our maths subject leader) know if you find these video’s helpful, or see Ms Margerum or your child’s class teacher if would like to learn more about a particular method.
Year 1 class
Year 2 class
Year 3 class
Year 4 class
Year 5 class
Year 6 class
Maths websites for children in Reception to Year 6
Just click on the logos to be taken to their website.
Supports maths learning in Good website for grouping games, An online maths practice website.
Reception / Foundation Stage for all areas of maths (allows a certain amount of free practice per day).
This site covers all areas of maths This site has a good variety of This features users’ most popular games games for all stages of primary school from across a range of different sites
An activity is featured for every day Covers all areas of maths This site covers all areas of maths
of the year and contains logic puzzles
BBC Bitesize KS1 BBC Bitesize KS2
BBC Bitesize for KS1 or KS2 children, using interactive videos and Fun games for KS2 children
interactive games, click on the fish with the orange background for KS1 and it also features an area for
and the fish with the blue background for KS2 parents
Websites for parents
These websites offer advice and activities you can do with you child to help their maths
This is a Stanford University website with lots of advice and articles but also suggestions for Maths games and apps that teach maths visually and conceptually rather than focusing on calculations and speed. The link to the apps and games for children to use is available HERE.
This is a site developed by The Oxford University Press to support parents in helping their children with mathematics. There is advice and support, games and activity ideas for how best to help children develop as a mathematician. They even have suggestions for e-books to help your child with their maths at home.