I am a Primary Teacher with over 12 years of teaching experience and I am also a mathematics specialist with a Post Graduate Mathematics Degree. I have spent the past 3 years developing resources for key stage 2 children and teachers which have been used in a variety of schools. Many of the resources can be used individually, part of a lesson or whole units of work.

I am a Primary Teacher with over 12 years of teaching experience and I am also a mathematics specialist with a Post Graduate Mathematics Degree. I have spent the past 3 years developing resources for key stage 2 children and teachers which have been used in a variety of schools. Many of the resources can be used individually, part of a lesson or whole units of work.

The resources and lesson plan are designed to support children moving on from place value understanding to developing mental addition strategies with numbers over 100.
The 9 activities are differentiated through use of visual support and carefully selected sums to provide support with children counting on with larger numbers and crossing boundaries of ten and hundred. Additionally 2 mastery tasks are provided to encourage children to spot patterns when even and odd numbers are added together.

This resource pack provides activities for each of the times tables in the Year 3 National Curriculum : 3,4,8 and 50. Each times table has an activity for the children to count in groups on a hundred square, read and write multiplications sums for that times table and to spot any patterns or facts about each times table.
Included in the resource:
3 differentiated activities for the 3,4,8 and 50 times tables.
Teacher notes
Times tables tests.

This resource is perfect for the introduction of numbers over 1000 for Year 4 pupils. The unit contains resources for the following objectives:
Find 1000 more or less than a given number.
Count backwards through zero to include negative numbers.
Recognise the place value of each digit in a four-digit number (thousands, hundreds, tens, and ones).
Order and compare numbers beyond 1000.
Identify, represent and estimate numbers using different representations.
Round any number to the nearest 10, 100 or 1000 .
Solve number and practical problems that involve all of the above and with increasingly large positive numbers.
Read Roman numerals to 100 (I to C) and know that over time, the numeral system changed to include the concept of zero and place value.
**Included in the pack: **
Prior Learning Assessment Questions to assess the children’s starting point and ensure children are provided with resources matched to their needs.
Prior Learning Answers
13 Lesson Plans
Differentiated Resources and Activities
Mastery ideas for each lesson
Post Learning Assessment Questions and Answers

This whole unit of work is perfect for developing mental multiplication methods using knowledge of place value and number facts. It also explores key multiplication vocabulary required for year 4 and introduces written methods. The resources are progressive and gradually move on from mental methods to using the expanded multiplication and short method .
Each unit contains:
Examples of multiplication questions for the start of each lesson to support teachers with assessing gaps in learning.
Teacher Assessment Grids
Detailed lesson plans.
Differentiated activities suggesting practical activities and providing support frames for written methods.
Mastery Activities
Post learning questions to review children’s progress.

This whole unit of work is perfect for securing mental multiplication methods using knowledge of place value and number facts. It also explores key multiplication vocabulary required for year 6 and secures the use of the short and long multiplication methods.
Each unit contains:
Examples of multiplication questions for the start of each lesson to support teachers with assessing gaps in learning.
Teacher Assessment Grids
Detailed lesson plans.
Differentiated activities
Mastery Activities
Post learning questions to review children’s progress.

This whole unit of work is perfect for securing and applying mental addition methods . Additionally there are opportunities for children to secure and apply the formal written method. All Year 6 National Curriculum Objectives for addition are included in this unit of work.
The resources are differentiated and progressive and each unit contains:
Examples of addition questions for the start of each lesson to support teachers with assessing gaps in learning.
Teacher and Child Assessment Grids.
Detailed Lesson Plans.
Differentiated Activities Suggesting Practical Activities .
Mastery Activities
Post Learning Questions to review children’s progress

This resource is perfect for the introduction of numbers up to and over a million for Year 6 pupils.
**Included in the pack: **
Prior Learning Assessment Questions to assess the children’s starting point and ensure children are provided with resources matched to their needs.
Prior Learning Answers
Detailed Lesson Plans
Differentiated Resources and Activities
Mastery Ideas for Each Lesson
Post Learning Assessment Questions and Answers

This set of resources are perfect for Year 4 Teachers when teaching the times tables.
This set of resources includes:
Assessment times table questions.
Engaging activities for the 6,7,9,11, 12, and 25 times tables.
Each times table set includes differentiated activities to encourage children to spot patterns, rehearse facts and develop in confidence.

The resource is designed for Year 6 Teachers to support with the assessment, teaching and learning of Fractions, Decimals and Percentages.
**National Curriculum Objectives: **
use common factors to simplify fractions; use common multiples to express fractions in the same denomination
compare and order fractions, including fractions > 1
add and subtract fractions with different denominators and mixed numbers, using the concept of equivalent fractions
multiply simple pairs of proper fractions, writing the answer in its simplest form [for example, 1/4 × 1/2 = 1/8
divide proper fractions by whole numbers [for example, 1/3 ÷ 2 = 1/6]
associate a fraction with division and calculate decimal fraction equivalents [for
example, 0.375] for a simple fraction [for example, 3/8]
recall and use equivalences between simple fractions, decimals and percentages,including in different contexts.
**Resources include: **
Guidance Notes to how the resources can be used
Prior Learning Assessment Questions
Prior Learning Assessment Answers
Child Friendly Assessment Grids
Teacher Assessment Grid
12 Lesson Plans, which contain input ideas, tasks and guidance notes
Differentiated Activities for each lesson based on misconceptions and gaps in learning
Mastery Activities for each Learning Objective
Post Learning Assessment Questions
Post Learning Assessment Answers

This unit is designed for teachers in Year 6 to use when teaching the unit Shape. The resources provided ensure that the National Curriculum objectives for Shape are included over a series of 7 lesson plans.
National Curriculum Objectives:
draw 2-D shapes using given dimensions and angles
recognise, describe and build simple 3-D shapes, including making nets
compare and classify geometric shapes based on their properties and sizes and find
unknown angles in any triangles, quadrilaterals, and regular polygons
illustrate and name parts of circles, including radius, diameter and circumference and know that the diameter is twice the radius
recognise angles where they meet at a point, are on a straight line, or are vertically
opposite, and find missing angles.
This unit contains:
A set of prior learning assessment questions for teachers to use to assess the children’s strengths and gaps of prior knowledge .
Detailed answer sheet to support with identifying gaps in learning.
Child friendly self assessment grids to support children in identifying their strengths and next steps for the unit of work.
Teacher assessment grid to track progress
*7 detailed lesson plan notes, differentiated activities based on the children’s strengths and next steps, answers and mastery tasks for each lesson plan.
Post Learning Assessment Questions to review the progress made in lessons and across a unit.
The resources can be used individually or follow the structure suggested in the introductory notes included in the resources.

This whole unit of work is perfect for developing mental subtraction methods using knowledge of place value and the introduction of written methods. The resources are progressive and gradually move on from mental methods, to using practical resources alongside place value grids to introducing the expanded column method and then a more formal written method.
The resources are differentiated and progressive and each unit contains:
Examples of subtraction questions for the start of each lesson to support teachers with assessing gaps in learning.
Teacher Assessment Grids
Detailed lesson plans.
Differentiated activities suggesting practical activities and providing support frames for the introduction of written methods.
Mastery Activities
Post learning questions to review children’s progress

This resource can be used to teach year 4 students what Roman numerals are and how they are used.
The resources can be used for one lesson or a small sequence of lessons.
The pack includes:
Teacher guidance notes
An initial assessment question to assess the children’s knowledge
Support sheets/display sheets to remind children the value of each Roman symbol.
3 differentiated activities
A mastery task

This resource is suitable for Year 5 and 6 children who are ready to be introduced to Roman numerals to 1000 or to refresh their learning.
The resource includes:
A lesson plan with detailed teacher notes and answers to the activities.
3 differentiated activities
Support sheets/ display resources
Answers for the activities.
A mastery activity
The resources can also be spread across more than one lesson dependent on the children’s needs.

This whole unit of work is perfect for developing mental addition methods using knowledge of place value and the introduction of written methods. The resources are progressive and gradually move on from mental methods, to using practical resources alongside place value grid,s to introducing the expanded column method and then a more formal written method.
The resources are differentiated and progressive and each unit contains:
Examples of addition questions for the start of each lesson to support teachers with assessing gaps in learning.
Detailed lesson plans.
Differentiated activities suggesting practical activities and providing support frames for the introduction of written methods.
Mastery Activities
Post learning questions to review children’s progress

The resources and plans included are designed to introduce Year 3 children to a written method for addition using the expanded column method.
Included in the pack:
2 lesson plans for the use of the expanded column method.
Differentiated activities with practical ideas, visual support and support with the layout of the expanded method.
2 Addition mastery activities

This whole unit of work is perfect for securing mental division methods using knowledge of place value and number facts. It also explores key vocabulary required for year 5 and secures the use of the short division methods.
Each unit contains:
Examples of division questions for the start of each lesson to support teachers with assessing gaps in learning.
Teacher and Children Assessment Grids
Detailed lesson plans.
Differentiated activities
Mastery Activities
Post learning questions to review children’s progress.

This whole unit of work is perfect for securing mental subtraction methods with larger amounts using knowledge of place value and other number facts. Additionally there are opportunities for children to secure and apply the formal written method. All Year 5 National Curriculum Objectives are included in this unit of work.
The resources are differentiated and progressive and each unit contains:
Examples of subtraction questions for the start of each lesson to support teachers with assessing gaps in learning.
Teacher and Child Assessment Grids.
Detailed Lesson Plans.
Differentiated Activities Suggesting Practical Activities .
Mastery Activities
Post Learning Questions to review children’s progress

This whole unit of work is perfect for securing mental addition methods using knowledge of place value and other number facts. Additionally there are opportunities for children to secure and apply the formal written method. All Year 5 National Curriculum Objectives are included in this unit of work.
The resources are differentiated and progressive and each unit contains:
Examples of addition questions for the start of each lesson to support teachers with assessing gaps in learning.
Teacher and Child Assessment Grids.
Detailed Lesson Plans.
Differentiated Activities Suggesting Practical Activities .
Mastery Activities
Post Learning Questions to review children’s progress

This resource is perfect for the introduction of numbers over 10,000 and up to a million for Year 5 pupils.
**Included in the pack: **
Prior Learning Assessment Questions to assess the children’s starting point and ensure children are provided with resources matched to their needs.
Prior Learning Answers
Detailed Lesson Plans
Differentiated Resources and Activities
Mastery Ideas for Each Lesson
Post Learning Assessment Questions and Answers

This mastery resource pack can be used to set year 6 children larger Mastery tasks such as investigations and problem solving.
The pack includes 57 mastery activities spread over 6 areas of learning from the Nation Curriculum :
Place Value
Area and Perimeter
Calculation
Algebra
Ratio and proportion
Measure
The activities require the children to apply a variety of skills they have secured over the school year. Additionally there are suggestions as to how some of the tasks can be made practical and developed into large projects that the children can lead.