Year 6 - A Lesson in Subtraction as a Confidence Builder


Security and confidence with mathematical knowledge is the key in Year 6 at Eleanor Palmer Primary School, as the class teacher consolidates her pupils' understanding with different methods of subtraction.

Headteacher Kate Frood takes a detailed lesson sample to assess individual pupil progress, and follows this with a professional discussion about her findings.

To conclude, the KS2 team shares the secret of their success, offering ideas, communicating their enthusiasm for maths, and inspiring leadership.

Thanks to Kate and her team, pupils at Eleanor Palmer, in north London, achieve well above average national test results in maths.

Part of the series: Progression in Primary Maths




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