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Year 5 Heading to the Imperial war museum. https://t.co/F3wZv2aPB4


Year 2 are busy sewing this afternoon and doing a great job!! https://t.co/PCWI4M9OGK


Mr Clark = 😭 https://t.co/GlSvTmrbSl


Oak Class . End of SATs treat. https://t.co/14prkxW6iR


Year 3 have had a great day today as part of their topic of Romans. https://t.co/E8Trhsgkws


Sycamore Class (Yr4) are working so hard during their music lessons learning the recorder! Well done boys and girls!! https://t.co/1kkI7dG2LF


Huge well done to Oak Class (Yr6) Juniper Class (Yr1) and Walnut Class (Yr3) for all having 100% attendance this week! Amazing effort!! https://t.co/HvyMpBi3Jx


Thank you to the lovely parent in Year 1 who brought us some cucumber plants and helped us plant them! https://t.co/4haNdawPjO


Thank you to all the parents and children who came in early this morning to complete the daily mile! A brilliant turn out! https://t.co/C61bxSPrCD


Well done to Year 1 for their amazing sharing assembly based on their Science topic! Their confidence grows by the day! Brilliant turn out from parents as well. https://t.co/MAxeHEzOlI


It was lovely to meet so many of our new families who will have children joining us in September. The slides are now on the website, under documents, and available at the school office https://t.co/VlkgxcLsZR


Elm Class have been busy this morning making pizza! They even got some top tips from the kitchen staff! https://t.co/ochAySDB5E


This afternoon's 'Share a story' assembly was delivered to the children by Mr Girvan https://t.co/IyVFRAeHoh


No better way to spend an afternoon in SATs week for Year 6 than playing rounders!! https://t.co/KCJwaXMTCV


Year 4 had a very special visitor this afternoon to talk to them all about Hinduism. The children asked some great questions and even received a gift each. https://t.co/4FXyHFaZxY


Year 2 were making the most of the sun today taking their art lesson with Ms Reid outside. Their work was based on the American artist Keith Haring. https://t.co/7c74Mw66AK


Year 1 are outside this morning getting in some practise for Sports Day 2019! https://t.co/DF815gMuJO


Outstanding Education

Supporting primary and secondary schools across Essex and North & East London, BMAT is a growing multi-academy trust with a singular vision: schools, teachers and pupils freed to succeed.

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The mathematics teaching at Roydon Primary Academy is geared towards enabling each pupil to develop within their capabilities; not only the mathematics skills and the understanding required for later life, but also an enthusiasm and fascination about maths itself.


In KS1, the principal focus of mathematics teaching is to ensure that pupils develop confidence and mental fluency with whole numbers, counting and place value. This involves working with numerals, words and the four operations.

We also aim to develop the children's skills in other mathematical areas such as fractions, geometry, measurement and statistics. 


In lower KS2 (years 3 and 4) we aim to ensure that pupils become increasingly fluent with whole numbers and the four operations, including number facts and concept of place value. This should develop the children to produce written and mental methods and perform calculations accurately with increasingly large whole numbers.

At this stage, we aim to develop their ability to solve a range of problems, increase their accuracy and develop mathematical reasoning across all areas of mathematics (fractions, measurements, geometry and statistics).

In upper KS2 (years 5 and 6) we aim to ensure that pupils extend their understanding of the number system and place value. This should enable them to develop the connections they need to make between multiplication and division with fractions, decimals, percentages and ratio. 

Throughout this stage we aim to develop pupils ability to solve a wider range of increasingly complex problems, introducing them to the language of algebra as a means for solving a variety of calculations. 

By the end of year 6 we aim to have all children fluent in written methods for all four operations, including long multiplication and division, and in working with fractions, decimals and percentages.

Throughout all of KS2, pupils will complete a weekly skills check to ensure that all mathematical skills and concepts are kept fresh in their heads. As a school, we use these to fill in any mathematical gaps for groups of children by providing them with targets to hit. We also use them as a guide for teaching  areas that need further consolidation. 

Times Tables

Fluency in number through knowledge of place value, the rapid recall of times tables up to 12 (by the end of year 4) and applying this to create related multiplication and division facts is at the heart of our vision.

We aim to increase pupil confidence in maths so they are able to express themselves and their ideas using the language of maths with assurance.

We are continually aiming to raise the standards of achievement of the pupils ast Roydon Primary Academy.

Developing Maths Skills

Below is a list of online games that children can use to help develop their mathematical skills.










Here are some for Early Years




Other useful Websites to Support Maths






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