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21/06/21

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19/06/21

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16/06/21

A fantastic day learning new skills and taking part in a mini football tournament. We didn’t win but had a great day none the less! https://t.co/RSF5MsnkB1

16/06/21

Team HPAS ready for a day of football skills! https://t.co/nKpgWKPkUp

02/04/21

We are pleased to inform you that the PCR result has confirmed that the previous result was a false positive. All pupils in Rowling and Hargreaves can now stop isolating. Have a lovely Easter.

01/04/21

We will update you on Twitter and on the website as soon as we hear anything. We ask that parents check these sites regularly and circulate it on your WhatsApp groups. Kind Regards, Team HPAS

01/04/21

Dear Families, Unfortunately, we still have not received the results of the PCR test to confirm the LFD positive result that was reported on Tuesday. Therefore, children in Rowling and Hargreaves should continue to self-isolate.

28/02/21

Here is just small selection of some of the activities that the children at HPAS took part in on our no screen day last Wednesday. https://t.co/nVerorQfHE

09/02/21

Our very own Sid in Year 2 has received a certificate from Millwall FC for the artwork he submitted to the Millwall Supporters’ Club. Fantastic effort Sid! https://t.co/8Hra2AdmOC

09/02/21

Reuben in Reception made a printed t-shirt with dragons for last week’s ‘Express Yourself’ wellbeing challenge. It’s brilliant Reuben! https://t.co/GXkKAXu6aI

09/02/21

A wonderful piece of artwork by Harshitha in Year 3 entitled ‘Express Yourself’. It’s so bright and colourful- Well done Hashitha! https://t.co/VU1Ke98RMX

07/02/21

Here is Bethel sharing her ideas on what she is doing to build her self confidence. She believes in herself! Bethel hopes her ideas will help others. It’s fantastic Bethel! https://t.co/rpuSuOTFzb

26/01/21

Click on the link below to watch our principal explaining our curriculum intent https://t.co/rHP7azdmm6 via

03/09/20

This is fantastic Ryan! Thank you for spreading kindness 😍

06/07/20

Sid was really chuffed to receive Star of the Week for all his hard work last week! Well done Sid! https://t.co/yUm0Y1EVnh

22/06/20

And the winner of the cupcake challenge is Maisie in Year 1 - star baker!! Well done 👏👏👏 https://t.co/Bv8Cc5pKym

22/06/20

Well done Beth!!

22/06/20

Yummy courgette and lemon cupcakes made by Asha in Year 2 😋 https://t.co/5DqgMnaEvg

22/06/20

It’s not too late to donate to our just giving page for the Alzheimer’s Society. https://t.co/TnEE3Iy604

22/06/20

Daniel in reception had a great time making cupcakes for Cupcake day! The winner will be announced later today. https://t.co/LYuoXX3Uy6

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Maths

The focus of the maths curriculum in Reception is on ensuring children have an excellent understanding of the basic concepts of number along with a real-world understanding of maths through shape, space and measurement. Children are taught how to write numbers but the focus is on the understanding of the concepts.

We use an innovative, focused program of work which teaches children mathematical concepts practically first, before moving on to pictorial representations and finally the abstract recording.

In Key Stage 1 and 2 we follow a mastery maths curriculum.

Children are taught using the following structure

 

Introduction of learning: Includes a question related to the day’s learning objective as an introductory activity for pupils. This relates to the playful exploration before formalisation theory.

Let’s Learn: Introduces new concepts and strategies through a C-P-A approach with the use of engaging pictures and manipulatives. Guided examples are provided for reinforcement.

Activity time: Provides pupils with opportunities to work as individuals or in small groups to explore mathematical concepts or to play games.

Guided practice: Comprises questions for further consolidation and for the immediate evaluation of pupil’s learning.

Independent practice: Children have workbooks which cross reference exactly with each lesson from the textbook.