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C of E Primary School

"Don't look out only for your own interests, but take an interest in others, too."  (Philippians 2:4)

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Stay and Play

Every term, we invite parents and carers to attend our Stay and Play sessions to provide an opportunity to play a range of maths games with a focus on developing fluency.

Parents and carers join their child/ren in their classrooms, the library, school hall, activity areas and anywhere else they can find a comfy spot to play a maths game or two!

These sessions are always well-attended and positive comments from the children and their parents/carers is received.

“I really enjoy the Maths sessions as it provides a great opportunity to see how they are learning at school and gives you ideas you can maybe adapt at home. At the last reception one it was nice to see how maths is promoted outside as well.

With the older children it is brilliant to be able to make things with them and share knowledge together.”

                                Reception and Year 4 parent

AIM High Days:

We are a host school for a number of AIM High Maths sessions throughout the year. The A.I.M High writers’ programme was set up in 2002 by Brian Moses, one of Britain’s favourite children’s poets and has extended to Maths and Science days also.

This is an opportunity for our children to work with; be inspired and challenged by maths teachers and consultants. It also provides us with the opportunity to work alongside children from schools across the local authority and beyond, when they join us on these days.

Each day involves developing mathematical thinking through solving interesting and meaningful problems, developing fluency and applying mastery approaches. Consultants and maths teachers that have worked with us previously have included: Pete Hall, Julia Smith, Liz Gibbs and Andrew Jeffrey.


Chingford CofE Primary School

Kings Road

London, E4 7EY

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