Mulberry Logo 300

Maths Curriculum

Latest News

The Mulberry Times Autumn 2 – 2023

Such a successful first half term back to school. I would like to
thank all the children, families and staff for an incredible half
term. It’s been a pleasure meeting the new parents and children
who have settled into Mulberry life, with lots of great learning
taking place too.

Read More »

The Mulberry Times Autumn 1 – 2023

Welcome back to the new school year. I’m very proud and excited to be the Headteacher of this amazing school. I am looking forward to spending time this term getting to know the children and families joining us in Nursery and Reception, in addition to the new members of staff joining the staff team. I am committed to working in partnership with the community.

Read More »

Maths Curriculum

At Mulberry Primary School we believe in mathematics for all and we follow the principles of the Power Maths approach. The principles are interconnected and together the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.

Success for all

At our school every child enjoys and succeeds in mathematics as they are given the appropriate learning opportunities to achieve. A growth mindset is developed throughout the learning process and it enables pupils to grow in resilience and confidence.

Deeper understanding

Pupils are given time and opportunities to fully explore mathematical concepts. The challenge comes from investigating ideas in new and complex ways – rather than accelerating through new topics.


We enable our learners to solve new problems in unfamiliar contexts by identifying, applying and connecting ideas to tackle new and more complex problems.

Mathematical thinking

We develop successful mathematicians by developing mathematical ‘habits of mind’. To encourage this, we support pupils to be systematic, generalise and seek out patterns. High quality questioning is a key element of this.

Mathematical language

We use mathematical language throughout sessions in order to strengthen conceptual understanding and empower pupils to explain and reason. This is carefully introduced and reinforced through frequent discussion to ensure the language used is meaningfully understood.

Multiple representations

Within our sessions we use objects, pictures, numbers and symbols to enable pupils to represent ideas and make connections in different ways. This develops understanding and problem solving skills – while making lessons engaging and fun.

Contact Information

The Mulberry School
Parkhurst Road,
London, N17 9RB

T: 020 8801 0189
F: 020 8808 2109

Office Contacts

Adele Safe
Email the office

SEND Contact:
Katie Rye
Email the SENCO