Grazeley Parochial CE (Aided) Primary School

'Be courageous; Be strong; Do everything in love'


Our vision is to create curious, confident mathematicians, who enjoy probing patterns, questioning their understanding and explaining their mathematical discoveries.


At Grazeley Parochial Primary School, we aspire to see our children confidently develop the basic skills of mathematics which are vital for future life opportunities. At Grazeley, our Mathematics Mastery curriculum has been developed to ensure every child can achieve excellence in mathematics. Our aim is for all children to think mathematically, enabling them to reason, solve problems.

At the heart of teaching for mastery is high aspirations for everyone. It’s the belief that by nurturing positive attitudes and building confidence in mathematics, a deep and sustainable learning is achievable for all children.  We encourage children to develop enquiring minds, enjoy their learning and feel proud of their achievements.

Our vision for maths ensures every pupil is given a broad, balanced, engaging and relevant curriculum that takes into account the requirements of the National Curriculum and any other guidance documents.

Our mastery approach to the curriculum is designed to develop children’s knowledge and understanding of mathematical concepts from the Early Years through to the end of Y6. At Grazeley, we follow the National Curriculum and use White Rose Schemes of Work alongside the NCETM curriculum prioritisation resources as a guide to support teachers with their planning and assessment. 

Curriculum Overview