Progression of Skills

We have fidelity to the NCETM Progression Maps and PD Spines. All programmes of study statements are included and some appear twice. This occurs where:

  • The statement has central relevance to more than one sub category within a topic;

  • The statement has central relevance to more than one mathematics topic. This is done to reflect the aims of the curriculum that pupils should make rich connections across mathematical ideas to develop fluency, mathematical reasoning and competence in solving increasingly sophisticated problems (Mathematics programmes of study: key stages 1 and 2). However the connections made are not intended to be exhaustive and teachers seek to support pupils in making other connections.

  • The NCETM 'ready to progress' assessment activities are used to ensure that children are secure in key concepts before moving on.

White Rose resources are also used to craft maths lessons to meet the needs of all learners, ensuring a clear sequence of knowledge and skills. Knowledge and skills are applied to problem solving activities which are crafted using resources from NRICH, Third Space Learning and 'I see Maths'.

Click on the buttons to view our progression maps and documents: