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
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?
Mixed ability groupings are less common in primary schools than ability setting. Ability grouping has been the norm for many years, but this is changing. Where do you stand?
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
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?
Get to grips with Asian style Maths and what it means for your classroom: the Government invests £41 million into the teaching the technique.