Schools

Do your pupils' families think themselves not able to effectively help their children?  Do time constraints hinder your staff in supporting these parents as well as you would like to?

We have created a unique, easy to use and advert free website designed to fulfil Ofsted's requirements to engage parents in their child's mathematics learning that works across all platforms.

Following research with Headteachers at schools currently using our website, all Headteachers of signed up schools will be able to see statistical evidence of parental browsing. We believe these statistics can inform your planning when considering further support for your parents in maths.

We charge £1 per pupil per year for access to the website by every parent in your school. For example a small school with 87 pupils on roll would pay £87 while a larger school with say 230 children on roll would pay £230. Our sign up system involves minimal effort by your school staff and we deal with any issues that may occur from the time your parents sign up.

Some of our current schools have asked their PTA to fund the use of our website for their parents, others have used Pupil Premium money, while others have found the money from the school budget.

If you would like further information, please contact us at

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School Statistics

School Statistics

Schools can view statistics showing which topics are most visited by your pupils, helping you to tailor your teaching accordingly.

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Misunderstandings My Child May Have

Fractions of a Number

In our experience most children struggle to grasp this concept.

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Maths that Helps Me Help my Child

Partitioning

Partitioning is a fairly new term within the maths curriculum.

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Maths that Helps Me Help my Child

Partitioning

Partitioning is a fairly new term within the maths curriculum.

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Maths that Helps Me Help my Child

Partitioning and Re-combining Numbers

This is a simple diagrammatic representation of the meaning of these two terms.

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How Children Learn

Strategies to Support Your Child's Learning

A few strategies we have found useful when working with children

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