At N.C.J.S we use White Rose Hub alongside Maths No Problem!. Maths No Problem! is a scheme of work using Singapore approaches. Daily lessons begin with 30 minutes arithmetic focus, which are driven by findings from regular question level analysis. Following that, an ‘In Focus’ task exposes children to a concept, allowing teachers to carry out formative assessments and identify pupils that have activated prior knowledge from previous learning, or made links between previous concepts. Children record their working out and approaches. Whole class feedback based on the ‘In Focus’ task to justify and explain understanding, which is then summarised by teacher. Teacher input (explicit teaching with modelling). The children then apply their understanding independently. This is followed by greater-depth tasks (known as 'Challenges' by the children and staff). Challenges are often derived from WRH examples or the NCETM. Coverage is based using the White Rose Hub (WRH) guidance.