RE: Maths Passports
The Maths Passports are a strategy used to develop and improve children’s mental maths skills. As result of changes in the National Curriculum, we have now updated our Maths Passport targets.
Each child (from Year 1 to Year 6) has been allocated a passport with a series of targets set out in continents. As children progress through each passport, the targets get progressively more challenging, with an aim to develop basic number skills and instant recall in all objectives. All passports are matched to meet the individual needs of children, which will allow them to progress through the passports at their own pace.
Your involvement as a parent:
Please take the time to find out what Maths Passport Target your child is on and by using the information on the school website about Maths Passports, please support them in practising their skills. This could be in the car, at teatime, in the bath, before bed... anytime! It does not need to be a formal, sit down session.
Should you have any queries regarding the Passports, please do not hesitate to contact your child's class teacher.
Below you will find copies of all the passports, which include details of the requirements for each one.
Passports are completed in the following order: