Making maths ‘fun’: we’ve all been there. We’re about to introduce a new concept to our pupils and we really want to make […]
While schools grapple with their new, fully intentional curriculum, let’s not forget the value that cross curricular learning can bring to the primary […]
Ultimate checklist of the mental maths strategies you should be teaching in KS2!
Take a look at these top tips for your NQT year.
7 spooky Halloween maths activities for your school.
White Rose Maths resources seem to be top of every primary school teacher’s resources wish list. Ever since the Yorkshire based group burst […]
If you have always wanted to set up a maths club but haven’t been sure quite how to do it then this blog […]
Straightforward advice and techniques to help you make sense of the EEF report
Your quick and easy guide to Place Value in the National Curriculum
In this blog, experienced Maths teacher and author John Dabell looks at the way we present information and use language in the classroom […]
Bringing girls and Maths together has proven to be difficult in the past, and our Maths consultant Jodie Lopez takes a look at […]
Have you been looking for a KS1 & KS2 Maths vocabulary list? If so this new maths vocabulary booklet is here to help […]
Why one TES author disagrees with a famous Dylan Wiliam "quote" on school visits (& how to get them right!)
John Dabell on his thoughts and experience teaching 'more able' pupils in Maths KS2, with tips and activities for teaching mixed ability
Gavin Goulds' take on Maths Leadership in a primary school, plus his 10 top tips for success
Four approaches to developing Mathematical fluency & the best primary resources you can use to do it
What every KS2 Teacher and Maths Lead should know about the KS1 Assessment Framework in Maths
How we approach KS2 diagnostic assessment: When to test & what to do next
Your fail-safe step by step technique for teaching time to KS1 & KS2: it's telling time made easy!
Expert advice on common errors & misconceptions in primary Maths, and how to overcome them
Are you still teaching these "Maths tricks"? Here's why there's no place for them in the classroom
Every child deserves a good education. Here's how to make sure they get it: EEF Maths Report Summary
Find out more about changes to teaching EYFS, KS1 & 2 Maths, from new primary school DfE reports
How one school uses assessment principles supported by Ofsted to focus on progress, not levels
Year 6 teachers to feel the most pressure for SATs, but this needs to change
Tested techniques to make sure your pupils have instant recall of all their times tables by Year 6
Download your free Place Value Concertina, a never-fail resource for every primary teacher's toolkit
5 strategies to get lower ability KS2 to engage in Maths talk & reasoning - loudly and clearly!
5 activities to develop pupils' KS2 Maths vocabulary and, therefore, their Maths reasoning skills
Get to grips with Asian style Maths & what Government investment in it means for your classroom
A great primary Maths teacher has the power to change pupils and parents attitudes to maths. Here are the 3 key ingredients to being that teacher!
Before your KS2 go on holiday, give them our free holiday Maths Pack resource to prevent summer brain drain!
Get your class outside in the last weeks of summer term with our top 13 outdoor Maths activities
“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?”
Includes 2 Arithmetic papers, 4 reasoning papers, answers, mark scheme and content domain.
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