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KS2 resources across a range of Primary school subjects.

KS2 resources across a range of Primary school subjects.
Fun Times-table Speed Trials (x6, 6 weeks, Summer 1)
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Fun Times-table Speed Trials (x6, 6 weeks, Summer 1)

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A fun resource that I use with my class in Maths lessons on a weekly basis. This activity is very popular with every class that I’ve taught; they enjoy the challenge of beating their previous score and working against the clock. The aim of the resource is for children to compete against themselves, develop their knowledge and recall of multiplication facts up to 12. There are three sheets: 1 with 60 questions for confident mathematicians, 1 with 32 questions-for less confident mathematicians and an answer sheet. An online stopwatch can be used and children are given 10 minutes (or however long/short you see fit) to answer as many questions as possible. They record their time, score and set themselves a SMART target for the following week. This resource links well to the current National Curriculum expectation that children can recall timestables up to twelve by the end of Year 4. The resource has six weeks of ‘Speed Trials’.
NPQSL Passed Combined Task and Appendices
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NPQSL Passed Combined Task and Appendices

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Purchasr now if you’d like all you willl need as an example of how to successfully complete figure 4 Combined Task for the NPQSL with all appendices included. In this resource you will have access to figure 4 (combined task) and all appendices from my NPQSL project. This project was passed in 2018 with excellent feedback. This resource will be extremely useful for anyone undertaking the NPQSL course. I found it a challenge to decide how it should be completed so I thought sharing this would assist anyone in the same situation. Please note that this is not the only way to structure appendices and project however I was successful with lots of strengths in the feedback and no areas for development. Please leave feedback if you make the purchase.
Maths starter videos (x8) from Chris Moyles' show (
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Maths starter videos (x8) from Chris Moyles' show (

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This resource is a collection of short video clips from Chris Moyles’ show that involved a ‘maths question’. I’ve uploaded some but not all of the clips are available. I will add the rest at some stage. Music artists such as One Direction, Tinie Tempah, JLS and Hansen are included. I have used these as fun mental/oral starters in both year 4 (high ability mathematicians) and year 5 (lower ability mathematicians) but they could be used across KS2 depending on the abilities of the children that you teach. Very, very popular with the children. My LSA’s and I enjoy them too! I hope you and your class do.
Fun Times-table Speed Trial (x6, 7 weeks, Autumn 1)
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Fun Times-table Speed Trial (x6, 7 weeks, Autumn 1)

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A fun resource that I use with my class in Maths lessons on a weekly basis. This activity is very popular with every class that I’ve taught; they enjoy the challenge of beating their previous score and working against the clock. The aim of the resource is for children to compete against themselves, develop their knowledge and recall of multiplication facts up to 12. There are three sheets: 1 with 60 questions for confident mathematicians, 1 with 32 questions-for less confident mathematicians and an answer sheet. An online stopwatch can be used and children are given 10 minutes (or however long/short you see fit) to answer as many questions as possible. They record their time, score and set themselves a SMART target for the following week. This resource links well to the current National Curriculum expectation that children can recall timestables up to twelve by the end of Year 4. The resource has six weeks of ‘Speed Trials’.