Mathematics is a creative and highly interconnected discipline that has been developed over centuries, providing the solution to some of history's most intriguing problems. We know it is essential to everyday life and it is used across a range of subjects such as science, technology and engineering as well as all areas of finance. At Norwood, we want to encourage and teach our children to be problem solvers and creative thinkers using mathematics at its core. We want this subject to excite children and boost a sense of curiosity and enjoyment in all they try.
The aim of our mathematics curriculum at Norwood is in line with the National Curriculum where we aim to ensure that all pupils:
To facilitate this, we follow a range of planning documents which make clear links between different domains in maths as well as giving the opportunity to experiment and investigate with maths. Our core statement for maths is:
"It is better to have five ways to solve one problem, than one way to solve five."
On this page, please find our curriculum maps to show how we link different areas of maths, our medium term plans which have been written for clear understanding and other useful pieces of information. If you have any questions, then please get in touch with the school.