Underachieving in maths – A problem solved

What do you get if you subtract children underachieving in maths from the class, divide them by a team of dedicated teaching assistants and then multiply them all by a new approach to teaching? Head teacher at Parkland Primary School, Anne Lloyd, explains the answer to Sue Lyle.

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