Game-based learning and real life contexts can help to improve children's maths skills says Joy Deep Nath, co-founder of early years and primary maths resource SplashLearn
Using elements of play, independent and self-directed learning, all within a game-based framework, Bebington High has found a way to inspire students who are behind in maths. Christine Edge-Sayer shows how her school has successfully engaged and supported their most reluctant students.
The new secondary school curriculum demands that KS3 students be capable at “working mathematically”. But what does this entail? In this article, Barbara Miller breaks down the underlying concepts into helpful summaries.