Teaching for mastery means that learning is sufficiently embedded, deep, connected and fluent, in order for it to be sustained, built upon what went before, and connected to what’s coming next. The approach is underpinned by five big ideas:

  • Coherence (where you’ll find information about planning and lesson design)
  • Fluency (pupils’ ability to accurate, flexible and efficient with their calculations)
  • Representation and Structure
  • Mathematical Thinking
  • Variation

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