This powerpoint presentation is on the difference between conceptual and procedural variation in maths. It shows different examples of how maths can be varied to build conceptual understanding and how to vary questions so that children become more fluent in their calculations.
This is a letter from Emily (Street Child) after she got left at Rosie and Judd’s work place. It describe how she is feeling and what has happened to her. It include a range of punctuation and is aimed at upper KS2
This is a year 4 mastery lesson on rounding to the nearest 10. It follows the White Rose guidance and Power Maths scheme. It includes varied fluency, reasoning, problem solving and a greater depth task.