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Maths Curriculum

At Stamford Park Infant School we teach calculation in a visual and practical way. Please refer to our calculation policy when assisting your child or children with any homework.
Abacus Mathematical Games
Each child in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 has their own personal login to Abacus Learning.  Here, the children can play Mathematics games which will enhance a wide range of skills.  Your class teacher may recommend focusing on a particular area. The games are fun, brightly coloured and offer reward for completing each task, offering incentive to play again.
 
 
You will then be presented with a log in screen.  Enter the following details.
 
Username:
 
This is a combination of the first 4 letters of your child's first and second names. For example, Stephen Anderson would generate a user name of stepande (all lower case letters, no spaces).
 
If your child's first or second name is shorter than 4 letters, all the name is used. For example, Eva Smith would become evasmit, Robert Can would become robecan and Ava Xu would become avaxu.
 
Password:      stamford (all lower case)
 
School code:      ggtr (all lower case)
 
The games are mostly mobile phone and tablet friendly.  This will be activated once in Reception.  We hope you enjoy using them.
Espresso

How to log in to Espresso Primary 

 

Go to www.discoveryeducation.co.uk
Select the log in icon at the top of the screen. 
Choose “Espresso” from the drop down menu. 
Enter the following details:
Espresso Username:    student7260 (all lower case)
Password:                     stamford (all lower case)
Select the “Key Stage 1” icon. 
Finally, select the “Mathematics” icon from the side bar, on the left hand side. 

 

Useful Links

 

The links below lead to websites with questions and information regarding the topics covered in our Mathematics curriculum.  The NRICH website is good for stretching you child or children with problem solving questions.

The following websites can help children in Key Stage 1 (Particularly in Year 2) with learning their times tables:
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