There may not be such a thing as an outstanding Ofsted Maths lesson in 2016, but there are clear indications as to what Ofsted looks for and what a good Maths strategy looks like.
The following review of our 1-to-1 KS2 Maths intervention programme has been reposted with permission from Pete Richardson’s blog, an Assistant Head in Lancashire
Questioning is a great way to check your pupils’ understanding of specific KS2 Maths concepts while also allowing children to participate in their own learning of important ideas
The 2016 Teaching Schools Council report, 'Effective Primary Teaching', carries 4 compelling recommendations for the strategic direction of primary schools across the country
Our Key Stage 2 Maths intervention programmes have now helped almost 10,000 Y6 pupils to revise and prepare for their summer term Year 6 National Assessments or SATs
Next year, your Year 6 pupils will be sitting their Key Stage 2 SATs or 2017 National Assessments. Whatever your views on standardised testing, the SATs will be here before you know it
A recurring theme across Mathematics teaching in primary schools is the lack of instant recall of times tables and multiplication. If it isn't embedded early, Y6 teachers will have challenges
Traditionally Guy Fawkes and fireworks means a round of Art and History activities, finding appropriate Bonfire Night Maths activities for your class can be tricky
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