Due to schools having to close we thought we would try and help parents and pupils as best we could.

We have collected as many of our video lessons into a straightforward plan for you to follow at home. Each lesson is accompanied with a worksheet with answers and, where possible, an exam question booklet too.

We have broken it down into two sections. One we feel is suitable for pupils in Y6, 7 and 8.

The other being suitable for Y9 and Y10 pupils.

We know there are plenty of resources out there but by putting it into an easy to follow plan we hope to take the stress out of keeping your child's maths learning topped up.

The plan is there to give you some structure and was put together by a fully qualified Maths teacher. 

 

Hopefully it can provide some support in these strange times.

 

Click the button below to start learning Maths from Home. 

About Us

We are professional maths teachers who want to make maths more relatable to today's pupils. We work with schools to provide engaging workshops and intervention programmes for year 11 pupils aiming for a grade 4/5 in their Maths GSCE. 

 

Our workshops and intervention sessions are carefully designed to engage and motivate pupils to develop and apply problem solving skills. This will equip them with the expertise to tackle the more rigorous questions in the new GCSE 9-1 specification.

 

We have created plenty of resources to help both parents and teachers get the best out of their children. These include video tutorials, differentiated worksheets and exam booklets for each topics.

 

Schools get access to our full range of resources plus a lot of school specific resources that are carefully designed to help pupils progress. 

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Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

07973714413

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