We wanted to make you aware of this resource which links perfectly with schemes of work and plans we follow in school usually for Maths - the White Rose scheme of learning. This is the 'spine' around which teachers plan maths learning, and use many of the resources and approaches advocated by this scheme.
White Rose have now uploaded a series of online maths lessons for each year group from Early Years to Y6. Every lesson comes with a short video, which is around 5-10 minutes long, showing pupils and parents how to complete the activity successfully. Tasks are presented in an engaging way; there is a printable worksheet to accompany each lesson and a separate answer sheet. If you do no have access to a printer, pupils could complete this in books or on paper. The link for this is below:
We have designed a parent handbooks for each year group in school. The aim of these is to give parents guidance and support in how they can help their children with Maths. Please select your childs year group to see what you can do to support them. As always Mrs Featherstone, our Maths leader, is always on hand should you need further support. Should you need any help please email email@example.com
Autumn 1 Parent Handbooks
Autumn 2 Parent Handbooks
|Y1-Autumn 2 Addition and Subtraction Within 10.pdf
|Y2-Autumn 2 Addition and Subtraction.pdf
|Y3-Autumn 2 Addition and Subtraction.pdf
|Y4-Autumn 2 Addition and Subtraction.pdf
|Y5-Autumn 2 Addition and Subtraction.pdf
|Y6-Autumn 2 - 4 Operations.pdf
Useful Maths Websites
Some useful websites for extra support and interactive activities are suggested below:
Fluency and Key Instant Recall Facts
You can help to develop your child's fluency and mental maths skills by helping your child to learn by heart, key facts and information which they need to have instant recall of.
Instant recall of facts helps enormously with mental agility in maths lessons. When children move onto written calculations, knowing these key facts is very beneficial. For your child to become more efficient in recalling them easily, they need to be practised frequently and for short periods of time. The secret to success is practising little and often. Can you practise key instant recall facts whilst walking to and from school or during a car journey? If you would like more ideas, please speak to your child's teacher or Mrs Featherstone.