YEAR 3 TO 5 MATHS TUTORING PROGRAMMES
The key to maths success is giving pupils the tools they need to succeed as early in primary school as possible.
But maths interventions are often left until Year 6.
Address gaps and misconceptions and save time catching up in Year 6 with personalised one to one tutoring from specialist KS2 maths tutors.
The opportunity to sit and talk to someone is so valuable. Particularly for kids who are shy in class because theyâ€™re scared of getting it wrong. We’ve used it in Year 5 and their confidence has improved massively. Itâ€™s great this is happening now as by Year 6 itâ€™s almost too late.
Tim Jackson
Maths Coordinator, Pangbourne Primary School, Reading
Whether your Year 3-5 pupils have gaps from previous year or would benefit from opportunities to revisit key content, we’ve got a programme to meet their needs.
Click on a programme name to learn more about what’s included and view the list of learning objectives covered.
Year 3 Foundations: Securing KS1
Best for: Pupils with gaps from Year 2
Programme goal: Close gaps and catch up
Year 3 Foundations: Securing KS1
Learning objectives in this programme
All programmes begin with a diagnostic assessment to identify gaps
Using addition and subtraction facts within 20
Using the inverse to find facts within 20
Comparing to find the difference
Grouping and counting in 10s
Using tens and ones to make 2-digit numbers
Making 2-digit numbers in a place value chart
Using a number line to show the position of 2-digit numbers
Adding and subtracting tens to a 2-digit number
Finding number pairs that total 100
Adding two 2-digit numbers mentally
Solving problems involving addition and subtraction
Multiplying and dividing by 10
Using 2x, 5x and 10x table
Sharing and grouping
Knowing 2/4 is equal to 1/2
Counting in fractions
Using coins to make a total amount
Telling the time (half past and quarter past/to)
Telling the time to five minutes
Describing 2D shapes
About this programme
Lessons revisit objectives from Year 2 to help build foundations and catch up to Year 3.
How are lessons ordered?
The default order has been set by our academic team to best meet the programme’s goal. Schools can re-order lessons at any point, either to automatically prioritise each pupil’s gaps or into a custom order.
Want to speak to our friendly team? Book a call.
Year 3 Booster: Accelerating Progress
Best for: Pupils working just behind Year 3
Programme goal: Accelerate progress
Year 3 Booster: Accelerating Progress
Learning objectives in this programme
All programmes begin with a diagnostic assessment to identify gaps
Grouping and counting in 10s
Knowing that 10 tens are equal to 100
Using hundreds, tens and ones to make 3-digit numbers
Ordering numbers up to 1,000
Using place value charts to multiply and divide by 10
Using addition and subtraction facts within 20
Solving calculations by using facts to 20
Finding number pairs that total 100
Adding using the column method
Subtracting using the column method
Finding the difference
Using coins to make a total amount
Adding and subtracting amounts of money to give change
Using 2x, 5x and 10x table
Using pictures to solve problems
Looking at the 2x, 4x and 8x table
Showing fractions as parts of a whole
Finding fractions of a set of objects
Using diagrams to show equivalent fractions
Identifying right angles in shapes
About this programme
Mainly Year 3 objectives with some from Year 2, focusing on the core concepts likely to have the biggest impact in Year 3.
How are lessons ordered?
The default order has been set by our academic team to best meet the programme’s goal. Schools can re-order lessons at any point, either to automatically prioritise each pupil’s gaps or into a custom order.
Want to speak to our friendly team? Book a call.
Year 4 Foundations: Revisiting Year 3
Best for: Pupils with gaps from Year 2-3
Programme goal: close gaps and catch up
Year 4 Foundations: Revisiting Year 3
Learning objectives in this programme
All programmes begin with a diagnostic assessment to identify gaps
Using hundreds, tens and ones to make 3-digit numbers
Adding and subtracting 10s or 100s
Using place value charts to multiply and divide by 10
Sharing and grouping
Finding missing numbers using the inverse
Using 2x, 5x and 10x table
Looking at the 2x, 4x and 8x table
Finding number pairs that total 100
Adding two 2-digit numbers mentally
Adding using the column method with regrouping
Finding the difference
Adding and subtracting amounts of money to give change
Subtracting using the column method with exchanging
Using the inverse
Counting in fractions
Showing fractions as parts of a whole
Solving simple problems involving fractions
Seeing fractions as numbers
Describing 2D shapes
Measuring the perimeter of 2D shapes
About this programme
Focuses mainly on objectives from Year 3 (and some from Year 2) in order to help pupils catch up.
How are lessons ordered?
The default order has been set by our academic team to best meet the programme’s goal. Schools can re-order lessons at any point, either to automatically prioritise each pupil’s gaps or into a custom order.
Want to speak to our friendly team? Book a call.
Year 4 Booster: Accelerating Progress
Best for: Pupils working just behind Year 4
Programme goal: Accelerate progress
Year 4 Booster: Accelerating Progress
Learning objectives in this programme
All programmes begin with a diagnostic assessment to identify gaps
Comparing numbers up to 1,000
Showing and partitioning numbers up to 10,000
Rounding numbers to the nearest 10
Multiplying and dividing by 10 and 100
Looking at the 2x, 4x and 8x table
Looking at patterns using a multiplication square
Multiplying 3 numbers
Using known facts to work out other multiplication facts
Multiplying using arrays and the area model
Writing tenths as decimals
Writing hundredths as decimals
Writing money using Â£ and p
Comparing numbers with the same number of decimal places
Knowing common measure conversions
Making a whole
Finding fractions of a set of objects
Using diagrams to show equivalent fractions
Adding and subtracting fractions within 1
Classifying quadrilaterals
Classifying triangles
About this programme
Includes a mix of Year 3 and 4 objectives, focusing on the core concepts likely to have the biggest impact in Year 4.
How are lessons ordered?
The default order has been set by our academic team to best meet the programme’s goal. Schools can re-order lessons at any point, either to automatically prioritise each pupil’s gaps or into a custom order.
Want to speak to our friendly team? Book a call.
Year 5 Foundations: Revisiting lower KS2
Best for: Pupils with gaps from Year 3-4
Programme goal: Close gaps and catch up
Year 5 Foundations: Revisiting lower KS2
Learning objectives in this programme
All programmes begin with a diagnostic assessment to identify gaps
Ordering numbers up to 10,000
Multiplying and dividing by 10 and 100
Writing tenths as decimals
Writing money using Â£ and p
Writing hundredths as decimals
Using doubling and halving to find multiplication facts
Using multiplication and division facts up to 12 x 12
Multiplying 2-digit numbers
Solving real-life problems with bar models
Finding fractions of a set of objects
Using diagrams to show equivalent fractions
Comparing and ordering simple fractions
Adding and subtracting fractions within 1
Using a number line to show fractions
Adding and subtracting using rounding and adjusting
Choosing a mental or written method
Adding money using the column method
Subtracting money using the column method
Knowing common measure conversions
Calculating the perimeter of rectangles
About this programme
Focuses mainly on objectives from Year 4 (and some from Year 3) in order to help pupils catch up.
How are lessons ordered?
The default order has been set by our academic team to best meet the programme’s goal. Schools can re-order lessons at any point, either to automatically prioritise each pupil’s gaps or into a custom order.
Want to speak to our friendly team? Book a call.
Year 5 Booster: Accelerating Progress
Best for: Pupils working just behind Year 5
Programme goal: Accelerate progress
Year 5 Booster: Accelerating Progress
Learning objectives in this programme
All programmes begin with a diagnostic assessment to identify gaps
Ordering numbers up to 1,000,000
Knowing the value of each digit in numbers with up to 2 decimal places
Comparing numbers with up to 2 decimal places using money
Multiplying and dividing whole numbers and decimals by 10 and 100
Using fact families to multiply and divide
Counting in multiples
Multiplying up to 3-digits using short multiplication
Using known facts to find factors
Solving real-life problems with remainders
Rounding decimals to the nearest whole number
Understanding fractions greater than 1
Finding equivalent fractions using a number line
Comparing and ordering fractions by finding a common denominator
Adding and subtracting fractions with different denominators
Finding fractions of an amount
Dividing using partitioning
Dividing using short division
Adding and subtracting decimals using known facts
Converting between units of measure
Calculating areas
About this programme
A mixture of Year 4 and Year 5 objectives focusing on the core concepts likely to have the biggest impact in Year 5.
How are lessons ordered?
The default order has been set by our academic team to best meet the programme’s goal. Schools can re-order lessons at any point, either to automatically prioritise each pupil’s gaps or into a custom order.
Want to speak to our friendly team? Book a call.
Year 5 Ready to Progress
Popular for summer term
Best for: Revisiting Year 5 content
Programme goal: Prepare for Year 6
Year 5 Ready to Progress
Learning objectives in this programme
All programmes begin with a diagnostic assessment to identify gaps
Knowing the value of each digit in numbers with up to 2 decimal places
Adding or subtracting tenths or hundredths
Partitioning in different ways with decimals
Estimating the position of tenths and hundredths on a number line
Rounding numbers to the nearest tenth
Multiplying and dividing whole numbers and decimals by 10 and 100
Writing simple fractions as decimals
Converting between units of measure
Adding and subtracting decimals using known facts
Multiplying and dividing decimals using known facts
Finding multiples
Finding common factors of two numbers
Multiplying using short multiplication
Dividing using short division
Dividing using short division with exchange
Using fractions to solve problems
Finding equivalent fractions
Finding equivalent fractions using a number line
Comparing acute, obtuse and reflex angles
Calculating areas
About this programme
Content closely aligns with the NCETM â€˜Ready to Progressâ€™ guidance to support Year 5s who would benefit from revisiting Year 5 content before moving into Year 6.
How are lessons ordered?
The default order has been set by our academic team to best meet the programme’s goal. Schools can re-order objectives at any point to automatically prioritise each pupil’s gaps or into a custom order.
Want to speak to our friendly team? Book a call.
Specially created tutoring lessons designed to build conceptual understanding and respond to pupils’ needs in real-time:
Year 3 Foundations
Year 3 Booster
Year 4 Foundations
Year 4 Booster
Year 5 Foundations
Year 5 Booster
Year 5 Ready to Progress
Sharing and grouping
Letâ€™s learn
The first question introduces each concept and helps pupils feel ready to learn
Follow me + your turn
Pupils work through a scaffolded example with their tutor before trying a similar question on their own
You do
A carefully sequenced next question ensures pupils can apply knowledge to different contexts
Go further
This gives pupils an opportunity to apply their knowledge to problem solving and reasoning questions
Using place value charts to multiply and divide by 10
Letâ€™s learn
The first question introduces each concept and helps pupils feel ready to learn
Follow me + your turn
Pupils work through a scaffolded example with their tutor before trying a similar question on their own
You do
A carefully sequenced next question ensures pupils can apply knowledge to different contexts
Go further
This gives pupils an opportunity to apply their knowledge to problem solving and reasoning questions
Looking at the 2x, 4x and 8x table
Letâ€™s learn
The first question introduces each concept and helps pupils feel ready to learn
Follow me + your turn
Pupils work through a scaffolded example with their tutor before trying a similar question on their own
You do
A carefully sequenced next question ensures pupils can apply knowledge to different contexts
Go further
This gives pupils an opportunity to apply their knowledge to problem solving and reasoning questions
Adding and subtracting fractions within 1
Letâ€™s learn
The first question introduces each concept and helps pupils feel ready to learn
Follow me + your turn
Pupils work through a scaffolded example with their tutor before trying a similar question on their own
You do
A carefully sequenced next question ensures pupils can apply knowledge to different contexts
Go further
This gives pupils an opportunity to apply their knowledge to problem solving and reasoning questions
Solving real-life problems with bar models
Letâ€™s learn
The first question introduces each concept and helps pupils feel ready to learn
Follow me + your turn
Pupils work through a scaffolded example with their tutor before trying a similar question on their own
You do
A carefully sequenced next question ensures pupils can apply knowledge to different contexts
Go further
This gives pupils an opportunity to apply their knowledge to problem solving and reasoning questions
Knowing the value of each digit in numbers with up to 2 decimal places
Letâ€™s learn
The first question introduces each concept and helps pupils feel ready to learn
Follow me + your turn
Pupils work through a scaffolded example with their tutor before trying a similar question on their own
You do
A carefully sequenced next question ensures pupils can apply knowledge to different contexts
Go further
This gives pupils an opportunity to apply their knowledge to problem solving and reasoning questions
Writing simple fractions as decimals
Letâ€™s learn
The first question introduces each concept and helps pupils feel ready to learn
Follow me + your turn
Pupils work through a scaffolded example with their tutor before trying a similar question on their own
You do
A carefully sequenced next question ensures pupils can apply knowledge to different contexts
Go further
This gives pupils an opportunity to apply their knowledge to problem solving and reasoning questions
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