St Edmund's RC Primary School

Queen Street, Little Hulton, Salford M38 0WH



0161 921 1940


Vision Statement

At St Edmund’s we want our children and their families to develop a positive and resilient attitude towards Mathematics as an interesting and valuable subject which will enable them to achieve success in life.

Pupils will build their understanding of Mathematics through developing arithmetic fluency alongside the skills of problem-solving and reasoning. Opportunities are given for pupils to access the Mathematics curriculum through a range of strategies: working cooperatively, collaboratively and independently. Through targeted teaching of vocabulary and structured conversations, our pupils develop the ability to express their ideas fluently and verbalise their reasoning clearly.

By providing clearly-structured opportunities for cross-curricular application of mathematics skills, we ensure that pupils see Mathematics as an integral and essential part of daily life.

If you would like to know more about the mathematics curriculum at St Edmund's, please arrange an appointment with your child's teacher or Mrs Dumbleton.

Alternatively, statutory information is available on line by clicking here.

School Policies

Learning at Home

All children have been given a login to the My Maths website.

To access your child's online homework, click on the link to visit the website and enter the following information:

Username - stedmunds2

Password - circle254

Type in your child's 3 digit login and 3 letter password.

If you have any problems, please contact your child's class teacher or Mrs Dumbleton.



Pupils in Key Stage Two have also been given individual logins to TTRockstars.

This is a fantastic interactive way for children to learn their times tables.

Children are rewarded weekly for progress they have made and success is celebrated in the Friday awards assembly.

Follow the link below to access the site.

If you have any problems, please contact your child's class teacher or Mrs Dumbleton.



Maths around School

Maths No Problem

Year 3 and 4 are using the Maths No Problem resources this year. The children are loving the wide range of resources and activities, especially the textbooks which are bright, colourful and engaging.These pictures show the children using concrete, pictorial and abstract methods to record their learning.

If you want to find out more, visit the MNP website by clicking here.

Finding out about Numbers

Pupils in Reception Class have been learning about numbers in great depth. They have been exploring the 'two-ness of two', discovering many different ways of seeing and recording the number two.

Fun with Fractions

Year 6 have been exploring fractions using concrete and pictorial resources before moving on to the abstract. This helped them to develop their understanding of fractions as part of a whole and to visually identify fractions.

Fun with Shapes

Pupils in Year One and Two have been enjoying learning about 2D and 3D shapes.

They recently went on a 'Shape Hunt' around the school where they looked for 2D shapes in the environment.

They also created fantastic 3D shapes using modelling materials.


Interactive Maths

Year 5 pupils have been learning maths  using a range of interactive games and activities.

They have been classifying regular and irregular shapes, and using their knowledge of times tables to solve reasoning tasks and problems.

Keep practising on TTRockstars - you are so close to having more Rock Heroes!!!


Maths in Nursery

Our Nursery pupils have been taking part in a range of different Maths activities: counting, sorting and learning new vocabulary - 'straight' and 'round'. The children have also been singing number songs in their provision areas.

How many green and speckled frogs can you see?