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Our Maths Subject Leader is Mrs C. Whalley and she is supported by Mrs C. Martin, our Maths Governor. 

At Holy Trinity we teach maths using Maths — No Problem! New Edition Primary Maths Series.  

The elements of a Maths — No Problem! lesson:

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Inclusive activities

Tasks and activities are designed to be accessible for all pupils while still containing challenging components for advanced learners.

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Problem solving

Maths lessons and activities, based on Richard Skemp’s work, teach problem-solving approaches to encourage higher-level thinking.

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The CPA approach

Pupils learn new concepts initially using concrete items such as counters, then progress to pictorial representations before finally using abstract symbols, such as the equals sign.

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Questions and examples are carefully varied by expert authors to encourage pupils to see there is more than one way to solve a problem and avoid mechanical repetition.