Maths Passports

maths passports

How the Passports work

The passport targets are incorporated into lessons throughout the week.

  • Children are assessed on these targets, each week, by completing a timed task
  • Three stamps next to a target indicates that the target has been achieved
  • Children continue to practice and be assessed on the remaining targets until all of the targets for a country or continent have been achieved. They then move on to the next country/continent and a new set of targets

We use passport cards for each country/continent containing a list of targets taken from the rapid recall elements of the Primary Framework for each year group:

This is a very personalised way of learning as the children are challenged in the passport that is appropriate for the level they are working at. They progress at their own speed onto the next stage.

Reception Passports

Key Stage 1 Passports

Year 3 and 4 Passports

Year 5 Passports

Year 6 Passports

How to help at home

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We would ask that you spend 10 minutes each day practising your child’s passport skills with them.  This could be walking to school, in the car, at teatime, before bed – it doesn’t need to be a sit down, formal time.  For most of the skills, you could try the same procedures:

  • eg number bonds to 10, you say 6, your child says 4
  • eg  3 x times table, you say 3, your child says 9
  • eg  4+3=?    ?+4=7   3+?=7

Games and Activities to play 

These documents contain appropriate activities for each objective which can be used by an adult when supporting their children to achieve targets.