Children are given opportunities to experiment, discuss their thinking and ask questions to deepen their understanding. They participate in a range of practical activities, games and investigations, alongside the traditional practice of methods.
There is no such thing as boring mathematics
Children develop their fluency, reasoning and problem solving skills through careful sequencing of lessons. Those who are able mathematicians are given challenging problems which encourage them to apply skills to new situations. All children leave Highfield feeling confident in their own ability in maths, and most with a positive attitude to the subject too!
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“My daughter is excited to go to school every day”
Highfield Parent – Summer ’22