Maths

Maths Daily Lesson Plans - White Rose 

Here you will find each daily lesson plan for the current week. If your child has any troubles with these questions please let me know and I can provide options that are still linked to this activity.
There are many ways to ensure you are supporting your child's understanding of number and other mathematical concepts.
 
Here, you will find daily Maths lessons for your child for Mon-Thurs each week, as outlined in our 'example daily plan'. I have also attached answers for each lesson so that your child can have a go at marking their work themselves if they would like.
 
On Purple Mash, you will find weekly activities set for your child to support their learning at home. 
 
Please find a range of websites and fun games to continue to support their development.
Top  Marks Timestables
 
 
 
Times Tables Games
 
 
Top Marks Games - Key Stage 1 
 
 
 
Oxford Owl - games and activities 
 
 
 
Primary Maths Games 
 
 
Cbeebies - Maths Activities 
 
Year 2 Maths Key Instant Recall Facts (KIRFs)

KIRFs are designed to support the development of mental maths skills that underpin much of the maths work in schools. They are particularly useful when calculating: adding; subtracting; multiplying or dividing. They contain number facts such as number bonds and times tables that need constant practice and rehearsal, so children can recall them quickly and accurately.

Each half term, children will focus on a Key Instant Recall Fact (KIRF) to practise and learn at home for the half term. They will also be available on our school website under the maths section. The KIRFs include practical ideas to assist your child in grasping the key facts and contain helpful suggestions of ways in which you could make this learning interesting and relevant. They are not designed to be a time-consuming task and can be practiced anywhere – in the car, walking to school, etc. Regular practice - little and often – helps children to retain these facts and keep their skills sharp. Throughout the half term, the KIRFs will also be practiced in school and your child’s teacher will assess whether they have been retained.

Over their time at primary school, we believe that - if the KIRFs are developed fully - children will be more confident with number work, understand its relevance, and be able to access the curriculum much more easily. They will be able to apply what they have learned to a wide range of problems that confront us regularly.