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 Times tables Results so far in Term 1:

 Brunel: 620   Cabot: 420   Wesley: 640

Please have a look at our calculation policies which have been adapted for each year group and may be useful when you are supporting your child with maths at home.

Calculation policy – Year 3 – Parents

Calculation policy – Year 4 – Parents

Calculation policy – Year 5 – Parents

Calculation policy – Year 6 – Parents

Please find below the links to the resources from the parent workshop on Friday 27th April.

KS2 Parent workshop 27.4.18

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Please find below the links to the resources from the parent workshop on Wednesday 24th January

KS2 Parent workshop 24.1.18

Year 3 resources

Year 4 resources

Year 5 resources

Year 6 resources

Click the link for our calculation policy which follows the CPA approach.

Calculation policy 6.2.17

Maths challenges

There are a selection of White Rose maths challemges availble via these links.


It is free to set up an account on the Diagnostic Questions website.  There are lots of different questions to try at home.

The way we are teaching and testing times tables has changed.

As you are aware, there have been changes to the National Curriculum since 2014.

The 2014 National Curriculum states in regards to maths: By the end of year 4, pupils should be able to recall multiplication and division facts for multiplication tables up to 12 x 12. This means that it is very important for children to learn their times table facts and to be able to recall them accurately and quickly.

The teaching of times tables will be given an even greater emphasis in class with all children spending at least 5 minutes of every maths lesson practising their times tables skills. They will then be tested once a week, moving up through the times tables, receiving certificates and extra playtime when they are successful.

Click here to download a copy of the times tables presentation to parents: Presentation to parents 14th January

Children, why not try some of the activities below to help you practice: