Mathematics Instructional Model
Numeracy is involved in all aspects of our lives, in our homes and the workplace. A fundamental purpose of primary education is to ensure students acquire competency in Mathematics. Students learn Mathematics to interpret and communicate their findings and ideas accurately and to recognise the importance of Mathematics in our changing society.
We focus on developing automaticity, in the basics, such as mental maths and multiplication tables to enable more complex problem solving as the students become more proficient.
Mathematics is made up of 3 content areas:
Our structured mathematics approach includes the proficiency strands of:
At Chelsea, Primary School Students are engaged in a minimum of 5 hours of Mathematics per week.