St George's

Church of England Primary School

Mathematics

The children play games and have fun with numbers, shapes and patterns. Mathematics is taught in small groups and the classroom is enhanced for independent learning.
  • 3d shapes

    3d shapes

    Building 3d shapes using construction

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    3d shapes
    Building 3d shapes using construction
  • Numbers

    Numbers

    Making a number line

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    Numbers
    Making a number line
  • Maths

    Maths

    Maths takes place inside the classroom and outside.

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    Maths
    Maths takes place inside the classroom and outside.
  • Independent maths

    Independent maths

    Making numberlines

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    Independent maths
    Making numberlines
  • Counting.

    Counting.

    Number recognition and counting is developed during the foundation stage.

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    Counting.
    Number recognition and counting is developed during the foundation stage.
  • Beads and patterns.

    Beads and patterns.

    Using beads to make patterns helps fine motor skills as well as a way to create and describe patterns.

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    Beads and patterns.
    Using beads to make patterns helps fine motor skills as well as a way to create and describe patterns.
  • Writing numbers

    Writing numbers

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    Writing numbers
  • Making gingerbread men.

    Making gingerbread men.

    We use scales and talk about quantities when we are cooking and baking.

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    Making gingerbread men.
    We use scales and talk about quantities when we are cooking and baking.
  • Fruity patterns.

    Fruity patterns.

    Patterns can be made using anything!

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    Fruity patterns.
    Patterns can be made using anything!