Cambridge Primary Mathematics Stage One

Maths Year 1

This course is for parents, guardians or teachers who are supporting a student with this subject. 

We have included everything necessary for success in this subject, which is part of the Cambridge Pathway. This includes assignment marking, video explainers, unit overviews, lesson by lesson ideas to meet the requirements for this level and additional links to useful resources. 

At every stage of the course you will be invited to submit an assignment for marking by an approved Gaia Learning educator to get feedback on the students progress and areas for development. 

Upon completion you will be offered a certificate to demonstrate student success.

Language: English

Instructors: Gaia Learning

£600 3.33% OFF

£580 including VAT

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About the Cambridge Pathway

The Cambridge Pathway is delivered in over 10,000 schools in 160 countries around the world. It is a global curriculum designed to prepare students for life – helping them to develop an informed curiosity and lasting passion for learning. And now it’s available to you online with the support of Gaia educators so you can have a first class education wherever you are and even if you are homeschooling.

Our courses stretch, challenge and inspire students of all abilities and our educators are here to help you to support your children with our materials every step of the way.

Students develop deep subject knowledge, conceptual understanding and higher order thinking skills.

Our mission is equipping parents, teachers and communities with the resources to engage young learners and ensure a solid foundation to their education and a lifelong love of learning for all.

What will students learn?

Your child will develop a holistic understanding of the subject, focussing on principles, patterns, systems, functions and relationships. They will become mathematically competent and fluent in computation, which they can apply to everyday situations.

‘Thinking and working mathematically’, a unique feature of our curriculum, encourages learners to talk with others, challenge ideas and to provide evidence that validates conjectures and solutions. When learners are thinking and working mathematically, they actively seek to make sense of ideas and build connections between different facts, procedures and concepts. This supports higher order thinking that helps them to view the world in a mathematical way.

How is the programme taught?

We have divided this subject into three main areas called ‘strands’, which run through every primary mathematics stage. Learners will develop skills in:

  • Number.
  • Geometry and Measure.
  • Statistics and Probability.

The strands work together to help students recognise connections of mathematical concepts as they engage in creative mathematical thinking to generate and improve numerical fluency.

Resources included with this course:

With this course, students will be provided individual and customised access to Britannica School. They will also receive course books in digital format accessible through the FlexiSchool course. These fully cover the exam syllabus and/or the English National Curriculum and are usually endorsed by the relevant exam board. We also include subscriptions to a range of third party video and revision services.
 

Course Curriculum

FAQs

How do I sign up?

Click 'Register + Buy'. Create an account. After successfully enrolling in this course, you will be able to access it from the ‘My Courses’ section when you are logged into your account.

Will this prepare my child for future learning and the skills they need for life?

Your child will develop higher order thinking skills to apply what they’ve learned including:
 - solving problems creatively
 - thinking for themselves
 - doing their own research and communicating it
 - working with other people on a project they’ve designed together.

Will this suit my child's learning style and ability?

Each child is unique and deserves a personalised learning experience.
Your child’s needs as a learner are at the heart of our approach to education. The course content will guide you to develop learners who are:
1. confident in working with information and ideas – their own and those of others
responsible for themselves, 

2. responsive to and respectful of others

3. reflective and developing their ability to learn
4. innovative and equipped for new and future challenges
5. engaged intellectually and socially, ready to make a difference.

What about university?

Cambridge qualifications are accepted and valued by employers and universities around the world, including MIT, Harvard, Oxford and Cambridge.
They are recognised as qualifications that prepare and equip students with the skills they need to succeed both at university and beyond.
The Cambridge Pathway leads seamlessly from primary through to secondary and pre-university years, for 5 to 19 year olds.
They take learners on a journey through:
Cambridge Primary
Cambridge Lower Secondary
Cambridge Upper Secondary*
Cambridge International AS & A Level*
Your child can join at any stage.

*We currently offer Primary and Lower Secondary courses and work with partner schools that we can recommend for Cambridge GCSE and A Levels.