Hamilton Trust Primary Mathematics Plans

The Hamilton Trust has produced a set of planning documents and resources which ensure continuity and progression of mathematics-based skills throughout the primary years one to six. This skills-based curriculum is presented in a series of weekly and termly plans of which this collection contains a sample.

The weekly plans ensure that there is a continuity of model, image and vocabulary. They are supported by appropriate resources to ensure that students are not confused by the change of terminology from year to year.

The examples of teaching sequences include prerequisites, an overview, clear objectives and highlight possible difficulties children may encounter. The plans are divided into activities for the whole class, small groups and individuals or pairs. Suggestions for differentiation are included as are resources and links to other published materials.

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These Hamilton Trust materials for Year One include the medium term teaching sequences, weekly plans and a set of accompanying resources. They are centred around a skills-based primary curriculum which ensures continuity and progression of mathematical skills.

The teaching sequences include prerequisites,...

For Year Two, the Hamilton Trust has produced some medium-term teaching sequences, weekly plans and a set of accompanying resources centred around a skills-based curriculum for mathematics.

The teaching sequences include prerequisites, have an overview, clear objectives and highlight possible difficulties...

These Year Three publications from the Hamilton Trust include the medium-term teaching sequences, weekly plans and a set of accompanying resources. They are centred around a skills-based mathematics curriculum.

The teaching sequences include prerequisites, have an overview, clear objectives and highlight...

These Year Four publications from the Hamilton Trust include medium-term teaching sequences, weekly plans and a set of accompanying resources. The teaching sequences include prerequisites, have an overview, clear objectives and highlight possible difficulties children may exhibit.

The plans are divided into...

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