Otley Road, Shipley, West Yorkshire, BD18 2PT

01274 583 900


Shipley C.E. Primary School

Nurturing Creative Thinking for Life Long Learning

Please note that we have nursery places available. Please call the office on 01274 583900. Have a look at our remote learning leaflet for parents within policies.

Shipley CE Mathematics Curriculum

At Shipley C of E, we aim to ensure that our children have access to a high quality mathematics curriculum that is both challenging and enjoyable. We want to develop our children into confident mathematicians who are not afraid to take risks. Children need opportunities to make rich connections across mathematical ideas to develop fluency, mathematical reasoning and competence in solving increasingly sophisticated problems. It is vital for our children to be able to see how mathematics is relevant to their world, and applicable to everyday life.  We also aim to instill ‘lifelong learning’ and an understanding of how mathematics is something that the children will need as they move through their school life and into the world of employment.

Mathematics - Intent, Implementation and Impact

Click on the links below to view each year group's long term planning documents...

Nursery     Reception      Year One      Year Two     Year Three     Year Four      Year Five      Year Six   

Click here to view our MATHS VOCABULARY progression document

Our Calculation Policy can be found here




How can you help at home?

Ways you might help your child to get a head start in Mathematics;

  • Play games that involve maths skills - dice games, card games etc.
  • Bring maths into every day activities - counting the cutlery when setting the table; looking at the clock to tell the time; handling money - adding small amounts of money when shopping and calculating the change. 
  • There are lots of online activities and apps that help children to learn number facts; these support your child's fluency. 
  • Make sure your child knows all their multiplication tables to 12 by the end of Y4. 
  • https://www.familymathstoolkit.org.uk useful sites to support families with mathematics