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13 Outdoor Maths activities for Early Years to Year 6

With summer holidays closer than ever (seriously, haven't you been counting?!) you may be taking time to reflect on the progress that you and your pupils have made in Maths this year.

By Ellie McCann

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KS2 SATs Results 2016 are in… What next?

Nobody said it would be easy, but did it have to be so difficult? The ‘journey’ to 2016 SATs seems to have been weighed down by controversy and a nagging sense of unpredictability

By Sophie Bessemer

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How to help primary pupils memorise number facts in Maths

For our pupils to become confident mathematicians in primary school it is essential that they have a bank of key number facts they have learnt stored away, which they can draw on at any time.

By Ellie McCann

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Beyond attainment: Impact in Primary Maths

We love hearing feedback from the teachers and pupils using Third Space Learning. It’s always encouraging to hear when things have gone well and when they haven’t, we’re always keen to improve.

By Jeremy Moses

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Supporting challenging boys in Maths

Before joining Third Space Learning, I was a teacher in a school with a considerable number of boys from disadvantaged backgrounds.

By Sophie Waterman-Smith

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