Research and analysis

Helping pupils excel at, and enjoy, mathematics

Ofsted good practice example showing how Coxhoe Primary is successful in securing pupil enjoyment and achievement in mathematics.

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Coxhoe Primary School - good practice example.pdf

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Coxhoe Primary School is highly successful in securing pupils’ enjoyment and achievement in mathematics. A high proportion meets and exceeds national expectations each year and are very well-prepared for the next stage in their mathematics education. This case study explores the actions of school leaders to sustain and develop high-quality mathematics provision across the school

Published 13 February 2014