Home Page
  • Kilburn Park Road, London,
  • NW6 5XA, 020 7328 0221


At St Augustine's, we aim to deliver high-quality Mathematics lessons, that provide opportunities for children to become fluent in the fundamentals of Mathematics, whilst gaining a sense of enjoyment for the subject. We are committed to ensuring that all pupils are given the opportunity to achieve mastery in the key concepts of Mathematics, appropriate for their age group, in order to make genuine progress and avoid gaps in their understanding that provide barriers to learning as they move through education.



Mathematics is one of the core subjects and is taught explicitly every day from EYFS to Year 6. We follow the MyMastery curriculum, which places great emphasis on deepening conceptual understanding and mastery of number. Application of skills and problem solving are at the heart of all lessons, to ensure that children have the ability to use and apply their skills in a range of contexts. We provide a language rich environment, where children are exposed to key vocabulary and they are encouraged to use their language skills to reason accordingly.



As part of the mastery approach a positive teacher and pupil mindset are key to student success in Mathematics. At St Augustine’s we believe every child can attain highly in maths. By making high-expectations clear and emphasising the value of Mathematics education, pupils are encouraged to build confidence and resilience. Abilities are then developed through practice, support, dedication and hard work. Our approach to Mathematics encourages a love of learning and resilience that enables everyone to achieve and be the best they can be.



Maths resources


Reception to Year 6 currently follow the MyMastery Programme.
For more information see click here and here.

Times Tables Rock Stars

Pupils in Years 2-6 are provided with a Times Tables Rock Stars online account to help them to learn their multiplication tables in a fun and motivating way.


We challenge ourselves by tackling the investigations on the nrich website.