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The National Curriculum for mathematics aims to ensure that all pupils:

  • become fluent in the fundamentals of mathematics
  • reason mathematically by following a line of enquiry , conjecturing relationships and generalisations, and developing an argument...using mathematical language
  • can solve problems by applying their mathematics to a variety of routine and non-routine problems with increasing sophistication

NFJI's Maths Tutorial Videos

This year we will be uploading a series of tutorial videos where our children will explain key mathematical concepts.  We hope that you and your children will find these useful.

Here is the first of our tutorial videos.  In this video, our year 6 pupils are demonstrating how to multiply a whole number by a fraction.

In this tutorial, you will see a year 5 pupil demonstrating how to draw angles accurately using a protractor.  He applies his understanding of obtuse angles being anges that are greater than 90 degrees to identify whether he should use the inside or the outside scale on the protractor.

In this video, our year 5 pupil explains how to identify when fractions are equivalent.

NFJI's Time Themed Maths Week

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This week has been an exciting time adventure for our pupils as we delved into the fascinating world of time.  We've had a blast learning about key aspects like seconds, minutes, hours and days.  Through interactive games and engaging activities, we've mastered the art of reading analogue and digital clocks, understanding the concept of AM and PM, and even exploring time zones around the world.  From lively classroom discussions to hands-on experiments, our pupils have embraced the fun-filled journey of unravelling the mysteries of time.  We ended our week by having a dress up day where pupils and staff dressed up as anything related to time.  Stay tuned for more exciting learning experiences ahead.

Here is some of the fabulous work completed during our time themed week.

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In the Autumn term, the children took part in the England Rocks competition.  These are some of our amazing winners!

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As part of our CPA (Concrete>Pictorial>Abstract) approach to the teaching and learning of maths we encourage the use of manipulatives from Early Years up to Year 6.  Take a look at some of the ways in which we have used manipulatives to support us with our understanding of mathematics during the Autumn term.

Working Walls

At NFJI, we use our working walls to support our children with their learning.  Our working walls include key vocabulary, visuals to support understanding, worked examples and other scaffolds to aid children in their independent work.

This term we have enjoyed lots of practical maths activities to reinforce our learning and to place our learning in a real life context.

A year of maths: 2022/23

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In year 5, the children practised reading and plotting co-ordinates.

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The National Curriculum for mathematics aims to ensure that all pupils:

  • become fluent in the fundamentals of mathematics
  • reason mathematically by following a line of enquiry , conjecturing relationships and generalisations, and developing an argument...using mathematical language
  • can solve problems by applying their mathematics to a variety of routine and non-routine problems with increasing sophistication

NFJI's Maths Tutorial Videos

This year we will be uploading a series of tutorial videos where our children will explain key mathematical concepts.  We hope that you and your children will find these useful.

Here is the first of our tutorial videos.  In this video, our year 6 pupils are demonstrating how to multiply a whole number by a fraction.

In this tutorial, you will see a year 5 pupil demonstrating how to draw angles accurately using a protractor.  He applies his understanding of obtuse angles being anges that are greater than 90 degrees to identify whether he should use the inside or the outside scale on the protractor.

In this video, our year 5 pupil explains how to identify when fractions are equivalent.

NFJI's Time Themed Maths Week

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This week has been an exciting time adventure for our pupils as we delved into the fascinating world of time.  We've had a blast learning about key aspects like seconds, minutes, hours and days.  Through interactive games and engaging activities, we've mastered the art of reading analogue and digital clocks, understanding the concept of AM and PM, and even exploring time zones around the world.  From lively classroom discussions to hands-on experiments, our pupils have embraced the fun-filled journey of unravelling the mysteries of time.  We ended our week by having a dress up day where pupils and staff dressed up as anything related to time.  Stay tuned for more exciting learning experiences ahead.

Here is some of the fabulous work completed during our time themed week.

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In the Autumn term, the children took part in the England Rocks competition.  These are some of our amazing winners!

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As part of our CPA (Concrete>Pictorial>Abstract) approach to the teaching and learning of maths we encourage the use of manipulatives from Early Years up to Year 6.  Take a look at some of the ways in which we have used manipulatives to support us with our understanding of mathematics during the Autumn term.

Working Walls

At NFJI, we use our working walls to support our children with their learning.  Our working walls include key vocabulary, visuals to support understanding, worked examples and other scaffolds to aid children in their independent work.

This term we have enjoyed lots of practical maths activities to reinforce our learning and to place our learning in a real life context.

A year of maths: 2022/23

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In year 5, the children practised reading and plotting co-ordinates.

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The National Curriculum for mathematics aims to ensure that all pupils:

  • become fluent in the fundamentals of mathematics
  • reason mathematically by following a line of enquiry , conjecturing relationships and generalisations, and developing an argument...using mathematical language
  • can solve problems by applying their mathematics to a variety of routine and non-routine problems with increasing sophistication

NFJI's Maths Tutorial Videos

This year we will be uploading a series of tutorial videos where our children will explain key mathematical concepts.  We hope that you and your children will find these useful.

Here is the first of our tutorial videos.  In this video, our year 6 pupils are demonstrating how to multiply a whole number by a fraction.

In this tutorial, you will see a year 5 pupil demonstrating how to draw angles accurately using a protractor.  He applies his understanding of obtuse angles being anges that are greater than 90 degrees to identify whether he should use the inside or the outside scale on the protractor.

In this video, our year 5 pupil explains how to identify when fractions are equivalent.

NFJI's Time Themed Maths Week

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This week has been an exciting time adventure for our pupils as we delved into the fascinating world of time.  We've had a blast learning about key aspects like seconds, minutes, hours and days.  Through interactive games and engaging activities, we've mastered the art of reading analogue and digital clocks, understanding the concept of AM and PM, and even exploring time zones around the world.  From lively classroom discussions to hands-on experiments, our pupils have embraced the fun-filled journey of unravelling the mysteries of time.  We ended our week by having a dress up day where pupils and staff dressed up as anything related to time.  Stay tuned for more exciting learning experiences ahead.

Here is some of the fabulous work completed during our time themed week.

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In the Autumn term, the children took part in the England Rocks competition.  These are some of our amazing winners!

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As part of our CPA (Concrete>Pictorial>Abstract) approach to the teaching and learning of maths we encourage the use of manipulatives from Early Years up to Year 6.  Take a look at some of the ways in which we have used manipulatives to support us with our understanding of mathematics during the Autumn term.

Working Walls

At NFJI, we use our working walls to support our children with their learning.  Our working walls include key vocabulary, visuals to support understanding, worked examples and other scaffolds to aid children in their independent work.

This term we have enjoyed lots of practical maths activities to reinforce our learning and to place our learning in a real life context.

A year of maths: 2022/23

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In year 5, the children practised reading and plotting co-ordinates.

image

The National Curriculum for mathematics aims to ensure that all pupils:

  • become fluent in the fundamentals of mathematics
  • reason mathematically by following a line of enquiry , conjecturing relationships and generalisations, and developing an argument...using mathematical language
  • can solve problems by applying their mathematics to a variety of routine and non-routine problems with increasing sophistication

NFJI's Maths Tutorial Videos

This year we will be uploading a series of tutorial videos where our children will explain key mathematical concepts.  We hope that you and your children will find these useful.

Here is the first of our tutorial videos.  In this video, our year 6 pupils are demonstrating how to multiply a whole number by a fraction.

In this tutorial, you will see a year 5 pupil demonstrating how to draw angles accurately using a protractor.  He applies his understanding of obtuse angles being anges that are greater than 90 degrees to identify whether he should use the inside or the outside scale on the protractor.

In this video, our year 5 pupil explains how to identify when fractions are equivalent.