Our Mathematics Pupil Progress Co-ordinator is Miss Connolly.



Whole School Curriculum Map

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Whole School Approach

Door Challenges

Always apply skills – Compete against your peers.

Have you tried our door challenges?

How do teachers use maths in their everyday lives?

Challenge your independent maths skills and complete as many challenges as you can.

Will you be Kingsley’s next Maths Challenge Champion?

Lunchtime Clubs

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School Workshops

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Maths Ambassadors

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Times Tables Rockstars

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Pi Day 2019

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Pi Day 2018

Tuesday 14th March kingsley pupils will be celbrating all thing Pi  π

Pi Day is celebrated on March 14. March is the 3rd month, so it looks like 3/14

What is Pi? 

The distance half way around the circle is 3.14159265…
a number known as Pi

Pi (the symbol is the Greek letter π) is:

Finding Pi

Draw a circle, or use something circular like a plate.

Measure around the edge (the circumference):

plate circumference 82

82 cm

Measure across the circle (the diameter):

plate diameter

26 cm


82 cm / 26 cm = 3.1538…

That is pretty close to π. Maybe if I measured more accurately?

In fact π is approximately equal to:


Celebration of Work

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Liverpool Counts Quality Mark

Our aim is to develop a philosophy for ‘Numeracy for Life’, promoting a positive attitude to Maths as an essential life skill, not just as something for the classroom. We will be looking for different ways to show the pupils that maths skills are used across the whole curriculum and consistently in everyday life.


Thanks to all staff and pupils for promoting maths across our school – We love Maths!