Contrary to popular belief, we are not born inherently good or bad at maths and that's your lot. Practice is key to maths success (as recommended by Prof Brian Cox). This article explores why that is and how parents can support their children on the route to maths success.


A Parents' Guide to the Key Stage 1 SATs

A parents' guide to the new Key Stage 1 National Curriculum Tests (or SATs) for 7 year olds in England. What they are, how you can help and why they should be no cause for alarm!


How Many Times Tables Do You Really Have to Learn?

Learning times tables can be really daunting for young children, so we've produced a video to show them that it's not as hard as they may think.


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Chunking - A Guide to the New Long Division

A Parents guide to Chunking - the new method that's replaced Long Division. When you see it you'll realise you knew it all along!


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An Introduction to Fractions

Fractions are the first tricky abstract concept learners come across in maths. Fortunately for maths teachers most learners are familiar with fractions before they're taught in the classroom.


Komodo in Venice - a fun maths puzzle for all the family

Here's a fun maths puzzle that you can do with your children at home. It starts easy and gets gradually harder - so it should be suitable for all Komodo learners from age 5 to 11


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