Numeracy – the application of mathematics to solve problems in real-world contexts – plays a critical part in our everyday lives, and in the economic health of the nation. It is imperative, therefore, that mathematics and numeracy experiences are as engaging, exciting and accessible as possible for learners, and that these experiences are geared towards ensuring that learners develop mathematical resilience.
Pupils at Morriston Primary School will learn to develop their wonder of number and its role in the world and their lives. To develop a sense of size and estimation in context of everyday life and problems. They will use the what matters statements to help enable them to reach this level of numeracy understanding and the importance of being numerate.
Pupils at Morriston Primary School will learn to be numerate through their own exciting curriculum enabling them to develop towards the four purposes. We will endeavour to resource and plan opportunities for the learners to improve their numeracy skills and use them to improve all other AoLEs.