Experience, Excel and Enjoy


Through our provision we want to enable children to apply their mathematical knowledge to solve problems, including those with real-life contexts.

Children should leave primary school with an efficient, reliable, compact written method of calculation for each operation; and have developed a range of mental calculations strategies, aided by informal jottings where necessary.

We aim to ensure that our pupils are confident in the fundamentals of mathematics and are able to reason mathematically.

Most importantly, we want our pupils to understand the importance of mathematical skills in everyday life.

In EYFS, children follow the Early Years Outcomes to develop their mathematical skills and understanding. all years are taught with the new mathematics curriculum following the Singapore method of teaching.


We use the Singapore maths scheme within our school, all our staff have undergone training, mentoring and coaching in using this method. This  allows a greater emphasis on reasoning and allows your child to  develop into independent thinkers. Why did we choose Singapore maths? We feel that as this was developed in Singapore in English and this offers our school the opportunity to enhance the children s learning and take your child onto a higher maths level while encouraging your child to be independent and focused on applying their learning. 

More information can be found at - http://www.mathsnoproblem.co.uk/about-maths-no-problem 

Want to know more? click on https://www.youtube.com/user/MathsNoProblem to view the maths no problem Youtube channel - this allows you to explore how we 'do' maths.

The link below shows the various ways we at school teach maths, please find find the skills on the website provided useful for teaching also within your own time and to help with homework provided.


This link explains maths at Pinehurst in more detail. Click here.


How to use the bar model

What is Singapore maths?

How not knowing your maths can lose you money!

Please all so take a look at the guide to bar modelling linked below...

Here is some Singapore Maths areas! take a look...