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A YEAR BY YEAR GUIDE TO PLANNING A MATHS CURRICULUM

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A critical concept of the new mathematics curriculum is that it encourages the learning of fewer things in greater depth. It also demands that great attention be paid to the sequencing of key concepts. This resource leads on from “Teaching Steps in Mathematics”, but can also be viewed as a stand-alone item. It looks at the concept of “constructs” and provides teachers with a detailed plan for delivering the mathematics curriculum.

This resource offers a week by week guide by indicating the small steps learners need to make to enable them to meet the national standard and then to master it. There are 6 units every half term and each of the units (delivered in a week) gives clear guidance on the sequence learners require. In addition, it suggests which aspects of learning need to be revisited on a half-termly basis so that learners are mastering basic skills.

A comprehensive set of examples for each KS1 and KS2 year group is included, ensuring that pupils' reasoning skills are being developed appropriately.
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“A Year by Year Guide to Planning a Maths Curriculum” has been designed with a conscious effort to help teachers 'take control' of the mathematics curriculum. It can be used alongside commercially produced workbooks or by teachers to develop their own materials and resources.

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