Written calculation policy
This document maps the Herts for Learning (HfL) ESSENTIALmaths pathway to the required written formal calculation methods as outlined in the National Curriculum (2013).
The HfL ESSENTIALmaths Written Calculation Progression links the key concrete experiences with pictorial and abstract representations (written symbolic and spoken). This supports pupils to move with confidence and deep conceptual understanding through each strand of calculation.
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