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08/07/20

We are so proud and excited to be doing this ✨ https://t.co/Vfz3toCPHU

08/07/20

Happy HPAKH🌈 For this week's well-being challenge, we would like to you to write a poem about chocolate! Miss Simmons has written one as an example for you. It can be any type of poem! Good luck and we can't wait to read them 🤗 https://t.co/uX32af0EAn

08/07/20

Good Morning we are a 2-form entry primary school based in South East London. Always on the look out for sharing ideas and making connections!

07/07/20

Today is 🍫 Chocolate has inspired many great books over the years. It has also inspired a fantastic poem by the great Michael Rosen! Have a watch here https://t.co/MCLmvvqSuS https://t.co/MKD5lkFOlR

07/07/20

Retweetd From BBC Scotland Learning

❤️️🍫 Happy World Chocolate Day! 🍫❤️️ 🎂 Watch and enjoy performing 'Chocolate Cake' 👉 https://t.co/QdnJBZJWag 🔎 Discover where chocolate comes from with 👉 https://t.co/peXBSRscCs https://t.co/LY7ZkyhcZ4

07/07/20

Woodpecker bubble have been on a 2D shape hunt around the school. They spotted lots of squares, rectangles, circles and some pentagons and hexagons! 🟢🟦 https://t.co/dmCyb3EtvA

07/07/20

We Miss You and cannot wait to see you all very soon. Have a lovely Tuesday. ☀️https://t.co/WREfzRmFwP

06/07/20

Some exceptional work by reception today re-telling the story of 'Room on the Broom' 📝 https://t.co/6NFvh5zqpe

06/07/20

📚 One of our reception pupils has chosen to read her books during her lunch break! https://t.co/JQwZlyEnxN

06/07/20

Reception are learning about 2D shapes and are using them to create some lovely pictures 🟢 https://t.co/xb1kn35vKI

03/07/20

For their PSHE work this week, Year 5 were writing advice to a pupil who is about to start secondary school in September. What fantastic advice they have given! https://t.co/YOHsrTH12i

03/07/20

Year 1 have been learning how to say the colours in French and have used their knowledge to colour in these wonderful rainbows 🇫🇷🌈 https://t.co/OY98MjuV7r

03/07/20

HPAKH pupils, can any of you have a go at this maths puzzle? https://t.co/nVpOYSPM3Q

03/07/20

Retweetd From Jorden Birch

STEM FROM HOME! Can you instantly freeze water with a flick of the wrist? Try this at home. Bonus points, why does this happen? https://t.co/Ryec0XUfUE

03/07/20

Reception have been learning all about rhyming words this week! We then used our knowledge to create some new characters for 'Room on the Broom'. Our favourite has been 'the pig did a jig' 🐷 https://t.co/ZE63utXJoU

02/07/20

This week reception have been making collages out of natural resources including flowers, leaves and sticks. Can you guess what their collages are trying to represent?🌿 https://t.co/9fXc0TZRue

02/07/20

Alexie in year 1 has written a wonderful piece of work about the impact teachers have on children. It has certainly put a smile on all of our faces 😊 https://t.co/WK6hiUNE4c

02/07/20

A fantastic joke from Thea in year 3: Why does the giraffe has a long neck?  Because it has stinky feet!🌈

01/07/20

Woodpecker class visited the secret garden to see if the fairies had left them anything for their amazing wands 🧚🏻‍♀️ They had left a wonderful note and some lovely gifts✨ https://t.co/E9cRnJWtMX

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Mathematics at Harris Primary Academy Kent House is taught daily. We value and encourage deep mathematical conceptual understanding which can be seen in our maths Curriculum.  We use approaches in Mastery Maths to support children with their calculation skills and our calculation policy supports these methods.

At Kent House, we want our children to be confident mathematicians, fluent mathematicians, and able to solve problems. We teach maths for mastery. This means that we are teaching children to have a deep conceptual understanding rather than teaching so that children can get a correct answer. Being able to explain how they got an answer, why that answer is right, and what might happen if a particular variable was changed are the hallmarks of a mathematician – simply getting the answer right ought to be a given. To be able to access many of the types of reasoning and problem solving problems they will encounter, children must be arithmetically fluent. We structure our teaching and progression in order to ensure that our children develop these necessary arithmetic skills.

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