# Free Home Study Packs

With schools now closed again, we have produced weekly packs of Primary Maths resources which are free of charge, allowing you to support your child while they are at home. We have selected six sets for each pack from our large collection of high quality resources, with each pack concentrating on a particular area. A […]

# New Year worksheets

Only a few days until New Year’s Eve and the next week is a great time to reflect on the very strange past year and what to look forward to in the new year. Our fantastic New Year worksheets, including New Year’s Resolutions, are now all available for 2021 and include some great activities.The New […]

# Year 1 Mixed Addition and Subtraction

Understanding the relationship between addition and subtraction is an important part of maths work in Year 1. This includes writing the subtraction fact that corresponds to a given addition fact (eg 9 + 3 = 12 implies that 12 – 9 = 3 etc). This understanding is incredibly useful when answering both addition and subtraction […]

# Guy Fawkes and Bonfire night

Sparklers, fountains and rockets! Yes, it’s that time of year again and don’t forget we have a great selection of maths worksheets linked to November 5th and fireworks to be found in our Further Resources/Special occasions category. From counting fireworks to 20% off the price of a box of fireworks, there is sure to be […]

# Phonics Screening Check for Year 1/2

Parents of Year 2 children will soon be hearing from school about the phonic screening check their children should have taken last June when in Year 1. This is a check that teachers will make to show how well children can use phonic skills and to identify children who need extra help.Cancellation of the phonics […]

# Florence Nightingale’s 200th Anniversary

Florence Nightingale’s 200th AnniversaryProbably the most famous nurse ever known, Florence Nightingale was born into a wealthy English family on 12th May 1820 and studied nursing in London. In 1854 she was asked to take a team of nurses out to Scutari to nurse the wounded soldiers from the Crimean War after newspapers reported that […]

# Summer Time and Easter

Summer Time and Easter The clocks have gone forward and Easter is just around the corner! What better time to remind you of our great Easter maths worksheets which are completely free (they don’t count towards credits used, either as a member or whilst on trial.) The first sets of fun worksheets for younger children […]

# International Day of Mathematics

International Day of Mathematics UNESCO has designated March 14th to be The International Day of Mathematics when students and the general public will be invited to take part in mathematical activities on the theme of: Mathematics is Everywhere. URBrainy has been providing resources which illustrate that mathematics is everywhere for many years, but this seems […]

# Year 6 Fractions

Focus this week on Year 6 Fractions Some of the hardest Year 6 Maths can be found in the Fractions, Decimals and Percentages strand. Fortunately, we have an extensive range of resources to help with this and we have also just reorganised them to make finding exactly what you want easier and quicker. The resources […]

# Maths Mastery in Years 1, 2 and 3

Maths Mastery in Years 1, 2 and 3 If you are following a maths mastery programme we now have a superb range of material which we are sure you will find useful to supplement work done in school or to help at home. Year 1: Block 1: Number and Place Value We have printable worksheets […]