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East Peckham Primary School

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How do we teach Maths at East Peckham Primary School?

At East Peckham Primary School we follow the Maths No Problem approach in Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.  These resources are one of those recommended by the DfE. We aim for our children to master mathematical concepts so they are ready for Maths in the next phase of their education and in the real world.


You will see in the documents below the lesson break down and when different topics are due to be taught. There will be times when a teacher needs to spend longer or short on a topic than stated below due to the needs or strengths of the children.


EYFS Maths learning is based on the EYFS Handbook and Development Matters documents and supported by the White Rose maths resources. All of which are available online.


Please speak to your child's class teacher if you have any questions.



EYFS Scheme of work

Even though we use White Rose maths scheme of work for maths in our reception class, we do use it flexibly depending on the class' needs and their interests. If you have any questions about maths in EYFS, please speak to the class teacher. 

We use these teaching blocks as a guide to inform our planning. We adapt any lessons and planning depending on the children's needs and strengths that emerge through the year. 

Tens Frames for EYFS and KS1

Calculation policy in line with Maths No Problem

Maths progression

Follow the link to see the maths progression document for the school based on the Maths No Problem approach.

Maths Homework

At East Peckham Primary School we want our children to become confident mathematicians and develop a real love for the subject that can have a substantial impact on life beyond the classroom. Our maths homework in years 1-6 is based around this vision and we ask that children practice the vital skills that develop mathematical fluency.

Children will focus on a times table or number bond in class and that times table or number bond pattern will also be sent home for children to learn and practise. Each Friday the children will complete a challenge to show how well they have grasped the skill rehearsed. When the children get 100% on these challenges, they will move on to the next challenge. Children cannot move on until they get all questions correct so that children do not have any gaps in their number bond or times table knowledge. When children complete a stage or series of stages, they will receive a certificate.

Take a look at the document below for more information and how you can help at home.

Please speak to your child's class teacher if you have any questions.



You only need to learn 66 times tables!

What will the times table and number bond quizzes cover at school?

Apps and website to help Maths at home


Please find below a list of maths apps and websites to help children with their learning.


The ‘Math Learning Center’

This American website has plenty of apps and online interactive software that can be used to help children complete calculations.

Children in KS1 and KS2 can use the ‘Number Pieces’ app to complete written calculations.

Children in KS1 and year 3 can use the ‘Number Line’ app to add and subtract

Children in KS1 and EYFS can use the ‘Number Frames’ apps to investigate number bonds to 10 and 20.


Maths Zones

This website has some games to help children with their recall of quick mental maths


Top Marks

There are more maths games for many different areas of maths on the Top Marks website. The activities range from 3 to 14 years.


Primary games

There are a range of games on this website that cover a multitude of maths topics. There are also links to app downloads if you want easier access to the games.