When a primary school receives good KS2 SATs results in Maths, the whole school celebrates. However, it is not uncommon for Year 6 teachers to feel a pressure that teachers in other year groups don't.
Find out exactly what it takes to be a Year 6 primary teacher, and how to prepare pupils for KS2 SATs with expert tips from Headteacher Gaz Needle and the ‘Year 6 Avengers’.
At Third Space Learning, we’ve been busy, beginning 2017 with over 500 schools, our largest amount to date meaning more than 6000 pupils have started their weekly 1-to-1 Maths lessons.
How to use bar models for addition, subtraction, multiplication, division in Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 Maths, and for word problems in KS2 SATs.
In a typical Year 6 there is likely to be a seven year gap between achievers in Maths. As more schools embrace mastery and a return to whole class teaching, find out how you can manage this gap.
This is the first in our new KS2 Bootcamp series on common Maths misconceptions. Help your Year 5 and Year 6 pupils achieve their age related expectations in KS2 by going deep into how to work through all stages of addition problems.
For some primary schools pupil premium funding is a large proportion of their budget, but how can you ensure you are making the most effective use for your disadvantaged pupils.
Use these 15 key insights from the Key Stage 2 SATs Results 2016 question level analysis to help your Year 6 Maths SATs preparation and KS2 revision in 2017.
With the holiday season looming, we’ve scoured educational blogs to find your the 10 best Maths and well-being Christmas activities to get you in the festive mood during the last days of term
What better way to celebrate the Christmas season with your primary pupils than with a free KS2 Christmas Maths quiz based on real assessment questions for Y5 & Y6