Liverpool Counts Quality Mark     

This year, St. Hugh’s is working towards achieving the Liverpool Counts Quality Mark.

The Liverpool Counts Quality Mark is part of a varied programme of strategies targeted at improving maths results for the city’s children. The specific remit of the Quality Mark is to tackle the negative attitudes that are prevalent in many areas of our society towards numeracy and mathematics.

We aim to challenge these widely held views and promote a culture where people readily understand the impact good numeracy skills and mathematics qualifications can have on the social, financial, health and employment aspects of their lives.

We also aim to support teachers and other adults in our schools to encourage pupils to make connections in their numeracy and mathematics lessons to real life contexts and with other areas of their school experiences.

At St. Hugh’s, we will continue to raise the profile of mathematics across all subjects and in the wider life of the school. We wish to encourage positive attitudes towards mathematics for all in our school community, making connections to real life contexts and celebrating our enjoyment of mathematics.

We will keep you updated regarding different maths events that will take place this year. In the meantime, if you would like some guidance into how you can support your own child at home, or improve your own confidence in maths, have a look at some of the links below.

Games, puzzles and problems to explore with your child:

   Maths at Home 15 Top Tips

The following website has resources which can be paid for, but there is plenty of guidance for parents as part of its free content

Supporting adults

The National Numeracy Challenge:

Other useful links

Archdiocese of Liverpool


Bereavement Support – Winstons Wish

Chatham Nursery School


English and Maths for adults

Facebook privacy settings

Headlice Information


Liverpool Early Help Directory for Chatham Nursery School

Liverpool Early Help Directory for St Hugh’s Primary School

Merseyside Police – Online Safety


Parent View

Parent zone – making the internet work for families

Think you know

School Health team