Every Child Counts
As part of our commitment to raising standards in mathematics, we are now offering specialist maths interventions to small groups of children.
Every Child Counts is a partnership between Edge Hill University and the Department for Education. It aims to enable the lowest attaining children in Years 1 to 6 and beyond (ages 6 – 13) in England to make greater progress towards expected levels of attainment in mathematics.
There are three different intervention programmes that we run in school. As well as these focused small group or 1:1 sessions, children also take part in their normal classroom maths lessons. The sessions are carefully tailored to the individual needs of the pupils.
Numbers Count is led by our specialist Every Child Counts teacher and is delivered to children who have the greatest difficulties in mathematics, to enable them to make accelerated progress and catch up with their peers. You can read more here.
If your child is selected to be part of one of our Every Child Counts groups, you will receive a letter and leaflet before they start.
If you have any questions about Every Child Counts please speak to Mrs Gregg, our Maths Subject Leader, or Mrs Girvan, our Every Child Counts teacher.