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Designing Your Curriculum Part 3: Impact

How can we measure the impact of our teaching on our students? - In the third and final part of his blogs about designing your school's maths curriculum, Nick Hart discusses how we can measure impact on students.  Read more »

Deepening children’s understanding of maths

It is important to say from the outset that depth of understanding of maths should be a goal for all and not just the most able children.  Differentiating for the most able should not necessarily be fundamentally different tasks.  Certainly, those children should have opportunities to deepen their conceptual understanding of an area of maths but why not have that expectation of all children?

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Flipped Learning; A subtle shift in pedagogy that transforms learning for all

A guest blog post from Jen Devaney, Mathsflip Project Manager on flipped learning and the response from students. 

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Your March Fractions Challenge

Following on from the article on fractions, here are some ideas for exploring equivalence.

 

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Algebra throughout the National Curriculum

In this February maths article, Caroline Clissold discusses algebra and developing a conceptual understanding of mathematics from Year 1 through to 6. 

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Your Year 5 children - getting them ready for the New National Tests for Maths in May 2016 with a ne

The current Year 5s will be the first cohort to be subjected to the new National Tests in English and maths so we have put together a FREE 'National Test Survival Pack'.

 

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Only half of parents aware of new maths curriculum

Did any of you spot the Press Association article published via the Mail website on 27 October, about survey results which highlighted the lack of confidence many parents have supporting their children with maths? If not, here’s a little recap. 

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Need-to-know content for Year 5 in the new curriculum

This page outlines some of the key elements of the new curriculum which are intended to be taught in Years 3 or 4, and which therefore do not appear in the new upper Key Stage 2 curriculum. 

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