Category: Primary

Guest Blogger:  @gareth_metcalfe Properties of Whole Numbers ‘Do all odd square numbers greater than 1 have 3 factors?’ I love this question. Let me explain why, and the train of thought that it can generate. Children usually start by generating …

Take a look at my favourite properties of whole numbers question! What is yours? Read More »

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Guest Blogger:  @primaryapps Primary Apps on Itunes and Android Getting an educational app on to the Apple Store is quite a journey and I’m hoping that through the reading of this post, it might give you an insight into how Primary …

Real all about the the Journey of Primary Apps! Itunes and Android! Read More »

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Why use a Times table chart? A times table chart is a resource that should be up in any Mathematics classroom or child’s bedroom. This resource will ensure that learners can refer to the appropriate times table when practising and …

Download a times table chart to help memorize your Math times tables! >> Useful! Read More »

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Guestblogger: @gareth_metcalfe A few years ago I had a year 6 class which included some very able, enthusiastic and strong-willed learners (the best kind!). They would engage well in maths, unquestionably making great progress and always thriving on challenge. However, I …

Have you read the brief history of the magic of the “Mathematics Apprenticeship”? Read More »

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Guestblogger: @ICT_with_MrD With the KS2 SATs looming next week, I thought that I would share some of the methods I have used that I feel have been invaluable during the run up to the tests. I have been a Year 6 …

Could we soon have paperless Maths lessons in all classrooms? Very interesting read! Read More »

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Guestblogger: @EngagingEyes Are you worried about how your child or pupil’s will do in the SATs reading test on Monday? Are you worried they won’t read it carefully, or won’t finish on time? SATs is the only formal way we test …

Take a look at “Engaging Eyes” >> A way in which to help with struggling readers!! Read More »

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Guest blogger: @tambotaylor Level 6 Maths Two years ago I took over as headteacher of Park Hill Primary school in Coventry and like all schools it had its strengths and areas for development. One particular area that needed fine tuning was …

The best way to crack Level 6 Maths at Primary School KS2! >> Great Advice! Read More »

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