Our Maths experts share insights and tips from teaching 70,000 KS2 SATs lessons to 6,000 pupils for 2017 National Assessments and what we've found works best to support Year 6 - lots of links to our best resources and blog posts!
Sophie Waterman-Smith's take on PrimaryRocks 17, including top tips from famous pedagogs such as Paul Dix and Allana Gay.
Why standardised times tables tests at KS2 primary level will only reinforce a fixed mindset and negatively impact pupil progress.
International Women's Day Maths lessons and activities to bring purpose and context to Key Stage 2 Maths in your primary school; fourth in a series of blogs on calendar-based events.
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?
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.
Research shows that parental involvement in their children’s education is positively related to achievement: children of parents who take an interest in their education make greater progress
“Are we bottom set?” is a question that every teacher has heard and is usually followed by other questions such as “how do I move up a set?” and “why is this group so small?”
Listen to any recording of our 3,500 hours of online Maths tuition each week, and you’ll notice how much interaction there is between tutor and pupil during the lesson.