Maths at home

'It's magic till you understand it and it's mathematics thereafter' - Bharati Krishna

maths at home

We use a number of online resources for Maths in school and all of these can help make learning fun at home too.

White Rose Maths online is Miss Watkins' recommendation for online maths.

first4maths provide professional development and resources for us in school and have expanded their brief to Maths for you are home in the current lockdown. Their material is up to date and in line with the National Curriculum and Maths Mastery approach we use in school.

https://nrich.maths.org/ Nrich provides deeper reasoning activities for children of all ages across the Mathematics curriculum. Activities provide opportunities to explore and discuss children's Mathematical understanding.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ Top Marks provides learning across the curriculum and has some lovely things for all subjects. Some families may find that getting children to engage in learning might be easier if following their child's interests and lead.

https://mathsticks.com/my/ Mathsticks has some really lovely games and fun activities for fluency and enjoyment. You will need to create a log-on to access the materials.

https://corbettmaths.com/primary/ Corbett Maths comes well recommended by parents.

Page 40 of our Curriculum document (see below) has ideas for Maths at Home. You will need to visit the document for the links to work.

And Carol Vordeman has brought out Maths Factor for this difficult period.

Maths_at_Home.pdf