**Structured Approaches to Maths**

This section links to information and resources about structured approaches to maths.

In this section you can find teaching resources, guidance, and information about supporting structured approaches to maths in your school.

A structured approach to maths is defined by a clearly sequenced year-by-year curriculum, a progressive and cumulative approach to the acquisition of mathematics and statistics concepts, procedures, and processes, and teaching guidance on effective practice. This is established through teaching the updated mathematics and statistics learning area.

A structured approach to maths supports students’ conceptual understanding and procedural fluency. This means that students can accurately and efficiently use maths as a foundation for new learning, solve problems in new situations, reason, and make connections between concepts.