ONLINE HOME LEARNING
Please access these wonderful sites with your child free of charge. As well as Education CIty and TT Rockstars which your child will be getting a log in for have a look at these wonderful websites below for your child to use free of charge.
WHITE ROSE MATHS
BBC MATHS - ONLINE LEARNING
EDUCATION CITY (LOG INS ON WAY)
Click on the link below to log into TT Rock Stars and become a times table rock star yourself !!
Times Table Rock Stars is a fun and challenging programme designed to help students master the times tables! To be a Times Table Rock Star you need to answer any multiplication fact up to 12×12 in less than 3 seconds! Each child will be given a Rock Speed and Status based on how quickly they can answer questions and how many they can answer correctly. The goal is for all participating rockers to be a Times Tables Rock Star after 20 weeks!
Please click on the link to find the Yearly Overview for Power Maths for each year group.
We teach our children in mixed ages so the teachers carefully plan out objectives that meet the needs of our children in each class.
Please ask Miss. Birch if you need anymore information about Power Maths.
We have introduced a new scheme this September called Power Maths. Power Maths is a whole-class mastery programme designed to spark curiosity and excitement and help children nurture confidence in maths. At the heart of Power Maths is the belief that all children can achieve. It's built around a child-centred lesson design that models and embeds a growth mindset approach to maths. Children across school seem to be very enthusiastic about the scheme and are enjoying learning in this new fun and exciting way.
This is what the children have to say about the new scheme:
"I like the challenge and reflection, it makes me think about what I am doing and why." Ariyan Parbat
"I like the characters and pictures inside the book, it makes learning more fun and exciting." Lilianna Vargova
Children enjoy using the maths resources in Power Maths to support and consolidate their learning. Children are beginning to use new methods alongside resources to work out calculations. Below are some examples of children using base ten to add and subtract, counters to understand place value, part whole models, cubes to consolidate number bonds to 10 as well as digit card to compare whole numbers.
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