The children at Summerlea thoroughly enjoy mathematics lessons and thrive from a new and complex challenge. They have a resilient attitude towards mathematics and are able to use prior learning to make decisions on appropriate methods and resources to solve challenging problems. Children at Summelea are able to confidently talk about their maths learning and how they have overcome barriers. Children are able to use appropriate technical vocabulary to explain their thinking and concepts with increased confidence and accuracy.
Children at Summerlea are able to move flexibly and fluidly between different contexts and representations, developing their ability to recognise relationships and make connections in mathematics lessons.
Children in Early Years and Key Stage 1 are able to drawn on secure knowledge of basic number facts and knowledge to support learning in other areas with increasing accuracy and fluency. The impact of this has been shown though internal data (Spring 2022) in which 86% of children in Key Stage 1 are at or exceeding national expectations in maths. In Lower Key Stage 2, based on internal data, 83% of children are reaching national expectations in maths.