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Primary Lesson Starters

This classroom resource for KS2...

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Resource Review (Secondary)

Follow the progress of Year...

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Bridging the Gap

Year 4 pupils Anthony and...

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Bridging the Gap

Year 4 teacher Josie Clark...

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From Good to Outstanding

Primary teacher Steve Kubairsingh's...

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A World of Maths

These 12 short sequences,...

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A World of Maths

Cricket is a game based on...

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Progression in Primary Maths

Security and confidence with...

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Progression in Primary Maths

Headteacher and maths...

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Just for Governors

At Frampton Cottrell Primary...

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A panel of early years...

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This primary maths resource, aimed...

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This great lesson idea, aimed at Key...

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Primary NQTs

Jenni Stather is an ethnic...

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Primary NQTs

When Philip New, the head of...

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A Key Stage 2 maths lesson starter...

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Primary maths consultant...

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In this programme, Resource...

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These work sheets illustrate a very familiar problem in logistics. Finding the shortest route to a set of delivery...

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This topic looks at the exciting mathematics connected with the regeneration going on in our cities. The three...

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A fun Fact Sheet to take home and involve your whole family!

The Guinness World Records 2012 book states...

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A census is a collection of statistics about a group of people. Work with a partner to fill in the chart below and...

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These work sheets illustrate a very familiar problem in logistics. Finding the shortest route to a set of delivery...

0

This topic looks at the exciting mathematics connected with the regeneration going on in our cities. The three...

5

A fun Fact Sheet to take home and involve your whole family!

The Guinness World Records 2012 book states...

3

A census is a collection of statistics about a group of people. Work with a partner to fill in the chart below and...

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