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St Mary's Catholic Primary School

Working Together for the Good of Each Other


At St. Mary’s Catholic Primary School, Personal, Social, Health, and Economic (PSHE) education is embedded within our

overarching curriculum that prepares our children for many different aspects of their lives.  

Our overall goal is to help our children to become well-rounded individuals with strong character, who will eventually go out into the world of adults and be actively and positively involved in society.   In order to do this, we are striving to create a conducive environment around the school and this year we have created our own specific Personal Development Curriculum that is entwined with our academic curriculum.

Our curriculum aims to provide engagement and enrichment and through this, we aim for all children to have equal opportunities to thrive together.  

Year 5/6 Maths Revision Challenge


Our Maths lesson today involved working in pairs to complete a fractions, decimals and percentage challenge. The aim was to complete the task as quickly and accurately as possible.  As always, the children rose to the challenge. 

Daley Class Maths

Here are some pictures of how we do Maths in EYFS.

Maths in Year 1

Introducing equal groups in Year 1 - can you and your partner roll the dice and make two equal groups?

Counting in 2s

Sorting objects into different criteria

Using Numicon to make different representations of numbers to 50

Making groups of ten to help us count in tens

Naming 2D and 3D shapes & using these shapes to help us create repeating patterns.

Maths in Year 2

Statistics in King Class- We collected data in class today to make a tally chart then used the information collected to make a pictogram of our favourite fruit. We then played a game to collect data and made our own pictograms in groups.

King Class have been learning about money, the value of coins and how to make amounts.

Making 3D shapes and comparing their properties.

King Class have been learning all about the properties of 2D &3D shapes.

King Class have been learning how to find fractions of amounts.

Subtraction in King Class

Addition in King Class

Place value in King Class.

Maths in Year 3/4

Maths in Year 4/5

Fractions and Decimals in Pelé class

Multiplication and Division in Pelé Class

Addition and Subtraction in Pelé Class

Maths in Year 5/6

Problem solving and applying our arithmetic skills to word problems.

Year 1 have been looking at 3D shapes. Naming, sorting and discussing the difference between 2D and 3D... 

Ordering objects from smallest to greatest in Year 1

Repeated patterns in Year 1

Calculating volume


Our Maths focus for this week is volume. Our session today was practical, making cube models and calculating the volume. 

Volume in Shackleton Class

In Shackleton class, we have now moved on to finding the volume.  It has been a hard work but we have risen to the challenge and used our problem solving skills!

Area and perimeter 


Our Maths focus for this week is area and perimeter. To explore this more and embed our learning, we enjoyed completing an area and perimeter puzzle challenge.  

Feedback from Cardinal Allen

As part of a transition project with schools in Fleetwood, to support the transition from Year 6 to Year 7, Mrs Simpson (Maths Lead at Cardinal Allen) came in to join us Year 6 for their Morning Maths session followed by their Maths lesson on adding fractions. She was super impressed with the children's efforts, behaviour and engagement. 

Calculation workshop powerpoint

Photographs taken at our Year 1,2 and 3 calculation workshop for parents on Wednesday 7th November.

What do our KS2 children think of Maths in our school?

Fleetwood High's Primary Maths Challenge

Congratulations to our winning team - Keira, Will, Harry and Izzi-Belle, who successfully competed and achieved first place in Fleetwood High's Primary Maths Challenge. Our Year 5 team were up against 9 other local schools and got a total of 87 points, beating Northfold in 2nd place with 70 points and Flakefleet with 55. They were clear winners and represented themselves and our school superbly!