Maths Intent Statement

  The 2014 National Curriculum for Maths aims to ensure that all children:


    • Become fluent in the fundamentals of Mathematics
    • Are able to reason mathematically
    • Can solve problems by applying their Mathematics

      At Oughtrington, these skills are embedded within Maths lessons and developed consistently over time. We are committed to ensuring that children are able to recognise the importance of Maths in the wider world and that they are also able to use their mathematical skills and knowledge confidently in their lives in a range of different contexts. We want all children to enjoy Mathematics and to experience success in the subject, with the ability to reason mathematically. We are committed to developing children’s curiosity about the subject, as well as an appreciation of the beauty and power of Mathematics.

      Mathematics helps us to make sense of our world. It is a powerful, universal language used to explain, predict and represent events and tackle everyday problems. Mathematics is of central importance to our modern society. It is an essential part of everyone’s daily life and critical to science, technology, finance, and engineering. Mathematics is necessary for any employment or independent life.