At Stoneydelph Primary School, we provide a mathematics curriculum that is planned and sequenced to ensure new knowledge and skills build on what has been previously taught. 

We adopted the Mathematics Mastery programme in 2018 and, as of September 2022, it will have been rolled out to all classes from Reception to Year 6. 

The curriculum is underpinned by three Dimensions of Depth: 

Conceptual understanding; pupils deepen their understanding by representing concepts using objects, pictures, symbols and words.

Language and communication; this strengthens conceptual understanding and enables pupils to explain and reason. 

Mathematical Thinking; this supports pupils to develop mathematical minds i.e. being systematic, seeking patterns.

The Dimensions of Depth address the barriers that prevent pupils from achieving in mathematics; it also ensures that the highest attaining pupils excel through more in-depth problem solving.  It provides pupils with a rich set of skills that will help them to move and grow through the mathematical world.

This year, to further support our pupils with times tables, we have introduced the 99 club from Years 1 to Year 6.  The 99 club is a progressive programme that aims to encourage pupils to improve their recall of multiplication and division facts.  The idea is that with repeated practice, the pupils should increase in speed and confidence when tackling mental maths problems.

The 99 club begins at the 11 club which consists of 11 multiplication equations.  Children have 5 minutes to complete the quiz and get all answers correct.  Children must get full marks 3 times in a row before progressing to the next club; 22 club.  Each time your child correctly completes their quiz in the allotted time, they will receive 5 ’99 club’ dojos.  Once they are able to move on to their next level, they will be able to choose a gift from Mrs Parsons goodie box in Friday’s achievers assembly and a certificate.

Children who become part of the 99 club will receive an extra special reward.

Below is a full breakdown of the 99 club levels:

Club tests

Number of questions

Times Table and Divisional facts included within club test

11 club


x 2, x 10

22 club


x 2, x 10, x 5, x 3

33 club


x 2, x 10, x 5, x 3, ÷ 2, ÷ 10

44 club


x 2, x 10, x 5, x 3, x 6, x 4, ÷ 2, ÷ 10, ÷ 5

55 club


x 2, x 10, x 5, x 3, x 6, x 4, x 9, x 11, ÷ 2, ÷ 10, ÷ 5, ÷ 3, ÷ 6

66 club


All times tables, ÷ 2, ÷ 10, ÷ 5, ÷ 3, ÷ 6, ÷ 4, ÷ 9

77 club


All x & ÷

88 club


All x & ÷

99 club


All x & ÷

 As well as playing TT Rockstars, your children can practice their times tables on websites such as:


During 2020, Mathematics Mastery worked closely with the national oak academy to ensure good quality maths lessons were provided to children who were learning from home.  These lessons follow the same overview that we follow in school.  If your child is at home, isolating, and feel well enough to do so, they can still access maths lessons on the oak academy website:
Select the year group that your child is in, the subject (maths), the unit and lesson number, that is being taught in school.  
The curriculum maps state which units are taught throughout the year, so you can track what we are learning in school, when you're at home too!
Children in years 1 - 6 have been provided with log in details for
Where the children are able to improve their recall of times tables on TT rockstars and number facts on numbots.