To achieve the increased expected standard in maths, children need to:

  • be competent in their number skills
  • use formal written calculation methods
  • secure their understanding of fractions, decimals and percentages
  • have good problem solving and reasoning skills
  • have a range of strategies to recall and use.

Rising Stars has worked with a team of leading primary mathematics experts to bring schools all the resources they need to target the key areas of difficulty and challenge. So whether you need support with teaching fractions or want extra arithmetic practice, we will have a resource for you!

Browse the series below or take a look at the maths catalogue.

Free resources

This FREE Rising Stars Mathematics Bar Model Starter Kit includes everything you need to implement the bar model method in your classroom. Download for free.


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Autumn term highlights

Drawing on the best teaching and learning approaches from the UK, Shanghai and Singapore but written specifically for the maths curriculum in England, Rising Stars Mathematics will help to develop maths mastery in every classroom. Find out more.

Integrate problem-solving and reasoning into day-to-day teaching with a bank of tried and tested strategies and NEW activities. Use alongside Problem Solving and Reasoning for weekly problem solving practice. Find out more.

NEW Arithmetic Practice Tests Set B prepare children for the national tests with regular practice of multi-step and varied arithmetic practice questions. Used alongside each other, Set A and B will provide you with enough practice for one test per week throughout the school year! Find out more.

Do you have children who are struggling to grasp mathematical concepts and are in danger of falling behind? On Track Maths offers a new approach to maths intervention by targeting gaps in children’s knowledge with intensive, sequential lessons. Find out more.

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