What it's like to be a Mathematician
Year 2 - May 2023
Year 1 - May 2023
Year 3- May 2023
Have you ever tried Pirate Stew? It doesn’t look very appetising but it definitely helped us with our Maths work. We have been learning how to measure the mass, capacity and length of different objects by making a Pirate stew. We then sorted items into what we would use to measure them with.
Year 1 - March 2023
Year 2 - March 2023
Year 2 worked collaboratively to find unit and non-unit fractions of quantities.
As part of our unit of work on shape, we counted the number of vertices and edges on 3D shapes and then used this information to make models of them.
March 2023- Year 3
More outdoor learning! Year 3 went outside and ran around the perimeter of various places chanting, "The perimeter is the distance 'round' the outside edge!"
March 2023 - Year 2
February 2023- Year 3
In order to get an understanding of different measurements, Year 3 went outside to sort objects they found into the categories, 'less than 10cm', 'between 10 and 1m' and 'more than 1m',
January 2023 - Year 3
Using base 10 and plates to learn how to divide.
March 2022 - Year 2 -2D and 3D Shapes
Year 2 have been making 2D and 3D shapes. Using play dough and spaghetti, elastic bands on peg boards and lollipop sticks, they have become much more familiar with the shapes and their mathematical properties. They also had lots of fun along the way!
May 2021 - Year 4 - World Maths Day
Year 4 planned a party with a budget of £100 as part of their work to celebrate World Maths Day and to commemorate the achievements of Captain Sir Tom Moore.
May 2021 - Year 1 World Maths Day and Captain Tom 100
This week, to celebrate World Maths Day, and to honour Captain Sir Tom Moore, Year 1 practised counting in 10s and 5s up to 100.
May 2021 - World Maths Day with Captain Tom 100 - Year 6
As part of World Maths Day, and continuing their Captain Tom 100 Challenge from last week, Year 6 undertook a maths challenge where they had to make totals of 100 by using a special 2x2 grid.
Party Planning - Year 1 - February 2020
Year one had to count out items for a party. We imagined how it would feel to not have enough party bags or cupcakes. We talked about the arrangement of the items and how it could help when counting up to 50 items. Some groups remembered that tens and ones could help to count up quickly and helped them be more accurate when counting larger groups.