You’ve read the research, you’ve talked to your colleagues and you know that mixed ability grouping is probably the next step, but how will it work in Maths lessons?
This post draws on my own experience and the findings from hundreds of primary school leaders and teachers about how to choose the best Maths interventions for your primary school
Ability groupings in primary school are extremely common across the country. Even if it’s more often vertical setting than streaming, it became the norm many years ago, especially for Maths
This term saw the launch of our new Ambassador Scheme whereby a select group of 100 primary schools were asked to celebrate their relationship with us
Whether you teach KS1 or KS2 (and even KS3 many say) place value activities which actually work to embed these crucial concepts can be difficult to track down. Not any more!
Do you sometimes struggle to engage lower ability or bottom set pupils in Maths talk and expressing their reasoning? You’re not alone if you do.
We’re very excited that The Times has recognised our work in an extensive feature on AI for their ‘Future of Learning’ report, based on AI research to support learning and classrooms in future
Sceptical of mastery in Maths? This post outlines 6 benefits of adopting a mastery approach in a UK context, even when you’re not following an entire Singapore or Shanghai Maths approach
Doesn’t it seem like every term starts with place value work? There’s a reason for that. It underpins everything. Let's break down place value in the new(ish) primary national curriculum
Maths manipulatives and hands on concrete resources have always been acceptable in the EYFS classroom as a method of teaching primary Maths concepts, but what about KS2?