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Working With Gifted Children

It all began when I was working one-to-one with a couple of children who could be described as...
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You Have It In You

I was 14 when I learnt to enjoy mathematics.  Before that I simply did maths; I worked through...
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Make Maths Real, Make it Tactile and Visual

I'm the mother of three sons (aged 18, 20 and 22) and step-mum to another two, so I know a thing...
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Behind the times?

I have taught for a few years now and have taught a wide cross-section of children.  As a keen...

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  • Making Maths Fun

    Charlotte W Key Stage 2 Maths Tutor (Kingston upon Thames) Picture Too often, I meet children who are at the upper end of primary school and they come to me thinking that maths in boring. The pressures of SATS means the school teachers are forced to focus on exam preparation rather than ensuring that children leave primary school with a love for the...
  • Mastery Level Maths

    Viyshali S Kanbi Key Stage 2 Maths Tutor (Harrow) Picture Maths is a subject that children often find daunting to learn. Maths can be taught in a number of ways; be it outdoor learning, creatively and practical. Maths should allow the children to explore the use of numbers and relate it back to the real world. Children can explore elements of maths...
  • Easy way of solving subtraction problems

    Nitisha Burnwal Key Stage 2 Maths Tutor (Twickenham) Picture Easy way of solving subtraction problems where the top number has lots of zeroes and any number in the bottom. Example:   6,000 - 2,798. --------- In the above example, if we solve by the normal procedure, it will take lots of time and carry forwards efforts and there would be some chances...

 

  • Divisibility factors

    Nitisha Burnwal Key Stage 2 Maths Tutor (Twickenham) Picture Divisibility by 3If the total of all the digits in a number is divisible by 3, then the number is divisible by 3. Example: 327, total of all digits is 3+2+7=12, which is divisible by 3. So, the number 327 is divisible by 3. And the quotient is 109. Another example: 428, total of all the...
  • Starting from the individual in studying maths

    James Hughes Key Stage 2 Maths Tutor (Chester) Picture It is tempting to look at age related expectations and to push a child towards them and then to push them beyond this. We should always be looking to improve and want the best for our children but what happens if we push before a child is ready? What happens if there is a lack of understanding...
  • Young Children in a Dynamic Learning Enviroment

    Mrs Adat Key Stage 2 Maths Tutor (Watford) Picture Why should I tutor my child? I am a teacher and a parent in North London. This is an extremely competitive area for children to get into their choice of school, be it an independent or a grammar school. Children have different needs. They may just need some confidence in their core subjects...