Hurst Park Primary School
Hurst Road, Molesey, West Molesey KT8 1QS
The document below summarises our curriculum intent by highlighting what we expect a good learner to have achieved at Hurst Park by the time they leave Year 6. Additional details, including implementation and impact, can be found in subject leader reports below.
These progression maps outline the learning that takes place in each subject in each year group.
Further curriculum information specific to each year group can be found on the class pages.
Religious Education forms a key part of our broad and balanced curriculum. The school follows the Surrey Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education, which can be found here.
At Hurst Park Primary School we love maths and see it as an essential life skill. We are committed to ensuring that children have a positive and meaningful experience of mathematics throughout the school. We offer a curriculum that secures essential knowledge and skills whilst giving the children many opportunities to use and apply their mathematical skills across the curriculum, through real life problem solving and mathematical investigations.
Mathematics is presented as a lively and interactive subject. We strongly believe that every child is able to be successful and derive enjoyment from studying this core area of the curriculum. Our mathematics teaching embraces the requirements of the New National Curriculum. We aim for all children at Hurst Park to be able to:
The videos below demonstrate some of the maths strategies we use at Hurst Park
At Hurst Park Primary School we recognise that children need a range of calculation strategies which are efficient, accurate and reliable. Through our carefully developed calculation policy, children are given a ‘toolkit’ of strategies which enable them to calculate confidently.
At Hurst Park Primary School we monitor the children’s progress carefully and organise extension groups for children who are ready for an additional push whilst also giving regular small group support to those children finding the subject challenging. Some children have additional 1:1 support to develop their personal mathematical skills. More able children in KS2 have the chance to deepen their understanding even further by attending a maths extension group.
In order to support our daily maths lessons in school and the development of mental maths skills, we have a weekly FAST Maths Challenge (Fluency, Accuracy, Speed, Test), which involves Key Instant Recall Facts (KIRFs), such as number bonds and multiplication & division facts.
All subject leaders complete a subject report and an action plan for their subject area. These can be found below: