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Students learn about 3D shapes and prisms using their cross section, faces, vertices and number of edges. More ...

Students investigate alternative number systems including the Roman and Egyptian systems. Less able students cr...

Students learn about comparing the size of numbers using the place value table. They use greater and less than ...

Students learn about describing quadrilaterals using their special features. More able students are challenged ...

Students learn about dividing a number by a power of ten. Most able students divide by 0.1, 0.01 and 0.01. Les...

Students learn about multipling a number by a power of ten. Most able students multiply by 0.1, 0.01 and 0.01. ...

Students practise problem solving with number using times tables, addition, subtraction and the order of operati...

Students practise problem solving with shape using reflective 24 hour times, properties of 2D shapes and investi...

Students practise problem solving with time tables using multiplication grids, factors and understanding divisio...

Students learn about the properties of triangles. They explore the various unique triangles that can be made on...

Students learn about reading and writing numbers on a scale using place value. Most able students are challenge...

Students learn about tessellation with shapes. More able students consider the angles of each shape. Less able...

Students practise using scientific calculators to solve problems involving brackets, powers and the order of ope...

Students learn about writing numbers using words and digits through the place value. Less able students have ac...

June 8, 2018

To introduce teaching reciprocals of numbers and terms I begin the lesson explaining that everything has an opposite. The opposite of shutting a door is to open it. The opposite of saying hello is to say goodbye. Numbers have opposites too we call them reciprocals. Teaching Reciprocals of Numbers and Terms To start the lesson […]May 11, 2018

When I teach how to find the surface area of cylinders I like to add a constant level of challenge and enjoyment to the lesson. Rather than repetitively calculating the surface area of a cylinder I introduce more complex cylindrical shapes. How to find the Surface Area of Cylinders To find the surface area of […]April 15, 2018

Inspiring students to enjoy maths and feel the success that comes with attempting a difficult challenge is why I teach. The feeling of success is addictive. The more students experience it the more they want it and the further out of their comfort zone they are willing to go to get more of it. Teaching […]