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Mathematics Action Plan

Mathematics Action Plan

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To further develop the range and quality of practical mathematics across allclasses
Ongoing monitoring and evaluation of the range and quality ofpractical mathematics in 2009-10, identified this as an area for furtherdevelopment
(Aspects to be addressed)
(How we will know we’ve succeeded)
(Action to be taken)
(When/how long willit take?)
(Human/material/include supportrequired)
New topics will be introducedand reinforced through practicalmaths to embed mathematicalconcepts.
Staff expertise in the deliveryof practical maths will beenhanced through regular Inset.
Regular monitoring andassessment of maths will takeplace to measure pupilattainment. This will beconducted by the co-ordinatorand the principal.
All KS2 pupils will participate ina Maths Challenge Competition.
FS/KS1 pupils will participate ina Maths Challenge.
P3 pupils will participate in aPaired Maths programme with P7peer support buddies.
Targeted year groups/pupils willparticipate in a trial ofAccelerated Maths (P6 and P4classes).
Pupils will have enhancedexperience of practical maths.This will be evidenced via co-ordinator monitoring.
All staff will feel confident andcompetent in the delivery ofpractical maths. This will beevidenced via pre and post actionplan audit.
KS2 Pupil performance in the 95-105 banding will be increased by5% in the numeracy standardisedtests against the May 2010performance in equivalent test.
Pupils will develop a more positiveattitude to maths. Success will becelebrated at house assembly.Pupils will develop more positiveattitudes to maths. This will beevidenced by pre and post actionplan audit of pupils (KS2).
Raised profile within school/widercommunity of maths.
A “standards” display board will bemaintained in the school which willshowcase practical maths work.
Teachers will plan for,and deliver, a wide rangeof practical mathsexperiences. Evidencedin planning and practice.
Co-ordinator/SLT/cluster group to providetraining. Effectivepractical work.
Staff audit pre and postaction plan.
Teachers will use SIMSto identifyunderachievers afterpupils undertakestandardised tests. Inaddition, teachers willidentify and implementappropriate supportstrategies.
Pupil audit pre and postaction plan.
Co-ordinator/SLT/cluster group/P7 pupils todevise and run practicalmaths challenges etc inOngoing, all year1 per termOct and JuneTwice yearly (Oct& May)Spring termOct and JuneDec - Jan 1afternoon perweek for 6 weeksOngoingAll staffAll staffCo-ordinatorAll staff andnumeracy co-ordinatorAll staffCo-ordinatorP3 & P7 teachersand assistantsTargeted yeargroup teaching andassistant supportMaths equipmentIWBInset timePersonnelPeter Patilla videoPaper and e-teststandardised testsICT suite timeInset time toanalyse dataTime to deviseMaths Trail &materials to lay outcourseP3 level games pack,P7 mentors and timeto train P7sInset time to trainstaffICT suite allocationof time
Pupils’ practical maths work willbe celebrated and showcasedacross the school on a MathsDisplay Board (to includeChallenge of the Week)
All teachers will monitor anddigitally record ongoing practicalmaths (Living TV to share withthe whole school community)
An active learning target will beincluded as an option for PRSDfor teaching staff
Teachers will analysestandardised test results/datarelating to pupil performanceand plan for the next steps.This will be completed twice per year.
Each teacher will be able toshowcase a range of activitiescarried out in class.
Staff will complete a standardsPRSD target on the effective useof data.
Analysis of test data andidentification of key areas forimprovement will be completedtwice per year.
All P5 pupils will know all theirtables up to the 10 times tables.conjunction with classteachers.
P7 pupils will pair up withP3 pupils to play Mathsgames in afternoon mathssessions.
Training in use ofAccelerated maths forrelevant staff. Pupils willundertake a set no ofsessions of AcceleratedMaths.
Timetabled completion ofMaths Display Board(split into 2 halves KS2and FS/KS1)
Staff will collectphotographic/videoevidence of practicalmaths and upload to our‘Life Channel’. This willbe completed once per year per class.
Staff will partake inappropriate PRSDactivity during thetimetabled PRSD sessions
Teachers to analyse testdata and plan furtherteaching programme.
Practical tables. Insetwill be provided for allteachers. Mr Murray andstaff to ensure that allpupils know all theirtables by the end of P5.OngoingOngoing once perterm per classSept – MayOctober and Maytest analysisOctoberAll staffAll staffAll teaching staffAll teachersInset time forspecified staff tocomplete boardDisplay materialsInset time regularlyto uploadphotos/videosDigital cameras andpen drives/harddrivesInset time to usediagnostic statistics

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