Week Beginning 10/06/19

## The Year 1 Mathematician of the Week is Lottie! Lottie showed a great understanding of comparing numbers up to 100. Well done Lottie!

## Year 4 - Well done to Gishe who is the mathematician of the week. You made great progress with converting measurements of length

## Year 5 - Rachel has done extremely well when using her problem solving skills in maths this week. Keep up the great work!

Week beginning 3rd June 2019

## Well done to Megan who is the year 4 mathematician of the week! Superb work related to negative numbers.

## Year 5 - Antonio did a fantastic job in mathematics this week when revising our addition and subtraction skills!

Week Beginning 20.05.19

## The Year 1 Mathematician of the Week is Ife! Ife has showed an in depth understanding of telling the time to the half hour. Well done Ife!

## Year 4 mathematician of the week is Luke. Fantastic work related to rounding numbers. Well done!

## Year 5 - Georgia has done extremely well at multiplying multiple digit numbers this week! Going all the way up to multiplying a 4-digit number by a 2-digit number!

Week beginning 13.05.2019

## The Year 1 Mathematician of the week is Scarlett! Scarlett showed a great understanding of comparing weight with scales this week. Well done Scarlett!

## Year 3 Mathematician of the Week! Daisy was able to find four number sentences that related to any given array. She used her knowledge of inverse and the commutative law in order to find them. Well done!

## Year 5 - Princess has done some outstanding work on perimeter and area this week. She has picked up the skill extremely quickly and worked very hard. Great work Princess!

Week beginning 06.05.2019

## The Year 1 Mathematician of the week is Dolly! Dolly has shown a great understanding of measuring length and height accurately this week. Well done Dolly!

## Year 3 Mathematician of the Week! Remai has settled into Clerkenwell beautifully and has proven that she is a whizz at maths! She calucated change like an expert this week and was able to check her answers accurately. She completed one-step and two-step problems to improve her fluency! Well done!

## Year 4 mathematician of the week is Nahom! He has taught other children how to read line graphs. You truly mastered this, well done!

## Year 5 mathematician of the week is Emily! She constantly puts in 100% effort and this has been very evident in her understanding this week!

Week beginning 29.04.19

## The Year 1 Mathematician of the Week is Tayah! Tayah has shown a great understanding of making equal groups and sharing equally in our first week of division. Well done Tayah!

## Year 3 Mathematician of the Week! Eva worked very hard to undertsand scales and intervals when measuring volume. She had to identify the value of intervals on different scales and showed great resilience in figuring it all out! Eva patiently corrected her mistakes and was able to explain where she went wrong and why, which is evidence of great reasoning skills! Well done!

## Josiah has worked hard this week learning about position and direction and moving clockwise and anti-clockwise. Great effort!

## Year 4 - Indianah for fantastic explanations to the rest of the class regarding how to interpret line graphs, bar charts and pictograms. Well done!!!!

## Year 5 - Archie has shown fantastic commitment and understanding towards our maths unit on position and direction. He has translated and recorded the co-ordinates of all shapes perfectly throughout the week!

Mathematician of the week - week beginning 22nd April 2019

## The Year 1 Mathematician of the week is Iqra! Iqra has shown great problem solving and reasoning skills for her first time learning about arrays. Well done Iqra!

## Year 3 Mathematician of the Week! Katie has worked very hard to practise ordering numbers and has even been comparing them accroding to the place value of each digit. Well done!

## Year 4 : well done to Layla! Some fantastic work converting units of time!!!!

## Year 5 mathematician of the week is Shania! She drew fantastic symmetrical shapes and pictures that looked even better when the mirror was in use. Great work!

Mathematician of the week - week beginning 01/04/2019

## The Mathematician of the week in Year 1 is Isaiah! Isaiah has shown a great understanding of sharing into equal groups at the beginning of his multiplication learning. Well done Isaiah!

Year 2: This week, Chloe was our Maths superstar! She has an great understanding of 3D shapes and was able to relate 3D shapes to real life objects. Keep up the excellent learning Chloe!

## Year 3 Mathematician of the Week! Francis has excelled in Maths this half-term and this is proven by his fantastic assessment results! Well done, Francis!

## Year 5 - Rachel has done extremely well with ordering and converting fractions this week. Great job!

## Victoria (Y6) has worked hard to calculate missing sides and then work out the perimeter of compound shapes. She even completed a very tricky SATS style question, showing that she can apply this skill in different ways.

## Year 4 - Well done to Eldana, fantastic work converting time from a 12 hour clock to a 24 hour clock!

Mathematician of the week - 29.3.19

## The Year 1 Mathematician of the week is Jayden! Jayden has show a great understanding of halves and quarters after learning about these fractions for the first time. Well done!

Year 2 mathematician of the week this week is Mado. He used his understanding of place value columns to complete a range of different problem solving questions. Nice work Mado.

## Year 3 Mathematician of the Week! Nahom has worked very hard to become more confident in telling the time 'to' and 'past' the hour. He has also learnt how to count the minutes on a clock to the nearest five minute interval!

## Year 4 mathematician of the week is Lyla who has used grouping effectively to help her with times tables. You are making fantastic progress in maths Lyla! Well done!

## Year 5 Mathematician Harry - Outstanding calculations and presentation this week!

## Annabella (Y6) - Mastery Moment - Fixing children's errors in fraction problems

Mathematician of the week - 22.3.2019