The study of Mathematics often gets a bad reputation from pupils, parents and those working in education. However, a great primary Maths teacher has the power to change this stereotype
With KS2 SATs just around the corner, it is a very busy time of year for you and your pupils. Good preparation is crucial to seeing great results and helping grow confident, resilient learners
Pupils, teachers and Heads often want to know more about the tutors they speak with. All TSL tutors are trained Maths specialists, undertaking continuous professional training to improve
Before your KS2 go on holiday, give them our free Maths Pack resource. Containing holiday investigations to prevent the summer brain drain.
With the SATs season looming, Key Stage 2 pupils and their teachers are looking for straightforward tips and advice on making SATs as pain free as possible
Want to use Pi Day 2016 to explore and celebrate Maths at your school? Look no further as we’ve put together an engaging activity for primary teachers to explore the amazing facts about pi
“Are we bottom set?” is a question that every teacher has heard and is usually followed by other questions such as “how do I move up a set?” and “why is this group so small?”
Today we work with thousands of children and hundreds of teachers every week whose feedback has allowed us to learn about how to deliver online teaching in primary schools and, over the last few months, we have been working on some big improvements, which we will be rolling out in 2016.
Given that over 50% of the pupils to whom we provide one-to-one maths support are in receipt of pupil premium funding we are heavily invested in ensuring that our intervention makes a difference. But what about the rest? And how do you report on impact when Ofsted comes calling?
For those of you who are always wishing for an extra hour in the day, in 2016 you’re in luck! This year we all get an extra day - February 29th.