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This ongoing class moves on from Next Steps Maths and covers the maths requirements for ages 7-9 (UK) in a fun, understandable and easy way. Your child will need to have a good basic understanding of English to get the most from this class.
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$9 per class
Meets 4x per week
Runs week after week
25 minutes per class
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Each month and week we will be looking at a required learning area for Key Stage 2 maths (primary school years 3 and 4). *Please note that as some aspects can be tricky for the children to grasp, concepts may be extended to the following weeks meaning the section outline below may not be strictly adhered to. I will add the dates as we move on to different topics. **This information is updated whenever we move to a new section dependent on the children's requirements. You will need a solid...
Students will learn all the mathematical skills they need in line with government guidance for primary years 3 and 4 (UK)
I have delivered maths to all age groups from primary school children (KS1 and KS2) and adults (Functional Skills Maths) for over 30 years. I have spent many years leading interventions (group work) for primary children who were at risk of falling behind in their learning. Making the classes fun helps children to learn, even the most reluctant learners. I understand that for some children, 'doing maths' is a frightening thing - fear of failure can make a child not want to try - I regularly 'make mistakes' in class to show the children that getting things wrong is fine! If they can see that adults get things wrong (and can laugh at their errors) it becomes a safe space for them.
Complete and upload worksheets begun in class.
Learners will need squared math paper, pencil, colouring pencils, counters (for visualisation), erasers, and a ruler. This list is not exhaustive and you will be advised in advance should anything else be required. Learners will also need printouts of the handouts I put into the classroom in order to keep up with their peers and prove their understanding.
1 hour 40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Learning through fun!
🇬🇧Lives in the United Kingdom
89 total reviews
125 completed classes
Hi! Welcome to my profile and thank you for visiting! *Note* I am on vacation from Monday 24th October to Sunday 30th October, inclusive. I've worked in primary education for more years than I care to think about. Yes, I'm probably somewhat...