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National Curriculum

KS1 Maths Curriculum - Year 1
KS1 Maths Curriculum - Year 2


BBC Teach KS1 Maths - Counting with Rodd 1
BBC Teach KS1 Maths - Counting with Rodd 2
Class Clips - How to use mental methods to multiply
Class Clips - Multiples of two, five and ten
Class Clips - How to use arrays to multiply
Class Clips - What is multiplication?
Class Clips - The relationship between multiplication and division
Class Clips - Dividing using repeated subtraction
Class Clips - How to use mental methods to divide
Oxford Owl - Maths Age 5-6
Oxford Owl - Maths Age 6-7

National Curriculum Key Stage Two Maths

KS2 Maths Curriculum Year 3
KS2 Maths Curriculum Year 4
KS2 Maths Curriculum Year 5
KS2 Maths Curriculum Year 6

BBC Bitesize Resources

Fractions, percentages and ratio
Shapes and Movement
Handling Data
Maths in Context

 BBC School Radio - Podcasts

Maths quizzes for children aged 9 - 11 emphasising mental maths and problem solving.

Maths Challenges

Khan Academy Resources

Grade 3 Maths Resources
Grade 4 Maths Resources
Grade 5 Maths Resources
Grade 6 Maths Resources

 Oxford Owl Maths

Oxford Owl - Age 7-9
Oxford Owl Maths - Age 9-11

BBC Teach

External Link Icon Let's Do Maths
Series of clips exploring space, shape and measurement for teaching primary maths.
External Link Icon A World Without Maths
In a land where people have forgotten how to do maths, our superheroes, Multiplication Boy and Division Girl, are called upon to save confused citizens from their maths-based predicaments!
External Link Icon Super Movers - Shapes and Spaces - Live Lesson
Get active with our Super Movers Live Lesson all about shapes and spaces, broadcast live from the Etihad Campus, home of Premier League Champions Manchester City FC.
External Link Icon Super Movers - Fractions, Decimals and Money - Live Lesson
This fun Live Lesson, aimed at 7 - 9 year olds, will get your class moving and help them to solve maths challenges all about fractions, decimals and money.


Guardians: Defenders of Mathematica
Choose a character, then add, subtract, divide and multiply your way to victory.