Each Child from Years 1-6 has their own maths passport issued at the beginning of each academic year.
These passports contain the main maths objectives from the National Curriculum for each year group.
Each week or term a teacher will set objectives for the children to practise at home. Support may be given in the form of explanations and worksheets to support the objective. However parents are free to source other resources at home or older children can create their own questions to answer.
Children work through their passport at each teachers specified pace throughout the year, aiming to achieve all their passport targets by the end of that academic year. Each time an objective is achieved, an adult in school will sign this off.