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Key Stages 1-3

Our respite curriculum is tailored for pupils who are staying with us for 6, 12 or 18 weeks, therefore our maths curriculum is taught in three six-weekly blocks. As a foundation subject, it is vital that pupils are accessing a curriculum which aims to develop and consolidate number fluency and enhance confidence in using numbers. Building these foundations and practising key knowledge through a well-sequenced curriculum allows all pupils to expand their mathematical understanding and appreciation both inside and outside of the classroom. Providing positive experiences in each and every lesson helps our pupils to know more and remember more. As a result of this, we aim to help develop curiosity and resilience as pupils begin to master the fundamentals and basics, applying and adapting the mathematical knowledge they acquire to real-life situations.


Our curriculums are connected across each key stage to show progression and a deeper learning throughout every topic. In turn, this allows pupils to retrieve previous learning; continuing to build key knowledge as well as applying them to more complex situations. Furthermore, we aim to strengthen resilience when problem solving independently, supporting our pupils to overcome barriers to learning using adaptive strategies alongside our tailored curriculum. Young people revisit their learning frequently and consolidate the knowledge that they have developed. There is a focus throughout Key Stages 1-3 on Mathematics across the curriculum, looking at different mathematical topics through other subjects, demonstrating an understanding within a number of contexts and environments.


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Year 9

Our Year 9 pupils access a well-sequenced, balanced and broad curriculum which is delivered over the course of the full academic year. As a foundation subject, it is vital that pupils are accessing a curriculum which aims to develop confidence in a wide range of mathematical methodologies that can be transferred into real-life situations effectively.

Building on the foundations from Key Stages 1-3, lessons are developed in line with the national curriculum to revisit key learning as well as preparing pupils for a Key Stage 4 curriculum. With clear instruction and support, pupils are challenged to extend their knowledge and understanding of key mathematical concepts including number, algebra, geometry, statistics and ratio and proportion.


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Years 10 & 11

Our pupils in Key Stage 4 receive a curriculum which progressively requires greater breadth and depth. There is a focus on procedural fluency; an understanding of mathematical methodologies and the conditional knowledge of when and how to use them appropriately.


Working towards their GCSE Mathematics qualification at the end of Year 11, we ensure that a challenging and enriching curriculum has been developed to promote fluency and understanding throughout Mathematics. Creating a positive classroom environment is a key element in enabling our pupils’ learning effectively. Developing curiosity, a willingness to improve and resilience, pupils can apply and adapt key concepts to a range of problems, providing them with the tools for, not only their examinations but for further learning, cross-curricular progression and real-life scenarios which they can take into the workplace and the wider world.


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