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Mathematics teaches children how to make sense of the world around them through developing their ability to calculate, reason and solve problems.

It enables children to understand relationships and patterns in both number and space in their everyday lives. At Carlton Colville Primary School our aim is to develop confidence and competence with all areas of Maths, and an understanding of the importance of Maths in everyday life.


We try to achieve this through fun and engaging activities, with plenty of opportunities to use and apply the growing skills, knowledge and understanding that the children have. We help them to develop their understanding and use of Maths language, and hopefully develop a real enjoyment and lifelong love of Maths.

Carlton Colville Primary School
Gisleham Road
Carlton Colville
Lowestoft
Suffolk
NR33 8DG
Tel: 01502 572682
Email: office@carltoncolvilleprimary.co.uk



















On Wednesday 1st March 4 Year 6 pupils took part in the Eastern Maths Confederation Mathematics Tournament at Lowestoft 6th Form College. They were put into teams composed of 2x our pupils, 2x Key Stage 3 from Pakefield High, 2x Key Stage 4 from Pakefield High and 2 x KS5 A-Level students from L6FC. There were group rounds and Key Stage rounds. They competed against teams from other High and Primary Schools (8 teams in total).

The team with Lewis and Kathryn in won the whole tournament, with Lewis winning the KS2 individual round.

The team with Sophie and Elise in came 3rd, (with only 1 point separating 2nd and 3rd- 238/239 points in total).

It was a fantastic day, the children really enjoyed it and were an absolute credit to the school.

Mathematics Bookmarks

Download the bookmark for your year group below:

                                                                    Reception                                          Year 4

                                                                    Year 1                                                 Year 5

                                                                    Year 2                                                 Year 6

                                                                    Year 3

Other Useful Links:

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