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Our Resources

Our mastery approach to Mathematics encourages a deeper understanding of the concepts taught by following a CPA (Concrete, Pictorial, Abstract) approach to ensure all children can access learning without the need of memorising mathematical procedures. Furthermore, to encourage a deepened understanding of the concepts, our resources are designed to avoid repetition of the same task.

The order of lesson plans and teaching slides are aligned to the White Rose Maths Scheme of Learning. However, as all other resources follow the National Curriculum, they can be taught in any order to suit your class.

Our resources include:

  • Lesson plans (aligned to White Rose Maths)
  • Teaching slides (aligned to White Rose Maths)
  • Practical activities
  • Differentiated worksheets and activities
  • Problem solving and reasoning tasks
  • Games and puzzles
  • Templates allowing you to create your own activities

We realise that no class is the same and tackle the controversy surrounding differentiation by offering the following approaches:

Differentiation by Progression

We pride ourselves on our 3-star system allowing you to choose worksheets and activities tailored to your children’s abilities. Our worksheets do not just differentiate in the traditional sense of making numbers bigger or smaller. Initially children are encouraged to use concrete manipulatives to aid concept progression using the CPA approach leading to mastery including problem-solving and reasoning tasks. Examples of resources include:

Differentiation by Collaboration​

Group work empowers children who lack confidence to share and explore ideas. Some activities have been designed to allow children to work in pairs or small groups enabling them to vocalise their ideas.

Differentiation by Support​

We realise that each school varies in the number of support staff available. Our editable lesson plans give you the ability to add your own notes regarding assisted work.

Throughout the year we will be updating our bank of resources to include the following:

  • Assessment activities
  • Revision activities (including SATs practice papers)
  • Interactive tools
  • ...and much more

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