Mathematics

Guide To: Financial Education in the Curriculum

23 November 2016

SecEd’s latest Guide To offers practical advice and best practice to help schools embed financial education across the curriculum – and it is available free to download.


Key stage 3: Literacy and numeracy

16 November 2016

In the final of his series of articles discussing best practice in key stage 3, Matt Bromley looks at the keystones of literacy and numeracy


A solution to the teacher shortage in mathematics

9 November 2016

With the shortage in maths teachers starting to bite, one academy trust has come up with its own innovative solution to ensuring a steady supply of maths specialists. Tarun Kapur explains


Teaching A level mathematics

14 September 2016

If you’re new to the chalkface, the challenge of teaching A level maths can be a tough one. Michael Anderson offers a few pointers and looks at the changing curriculum requirements



Bringing Space into the classroom

2 March 2016

Bringing Space into the classroom can prove motivating and engaging for students of all ages. Tom Lyons offers some ideas and sign-posts activities and resources



Supporting pupil progress in years 7 and 8

4 June 2015

Pupils who progress well in years 7 and 8 are less likely to need intervention later on in their school careers. Chris Reynolds reports on his work to support the attainment of younger pupils





Resources to help teachers focus on finance

16 May 2013

Campaigners are celebrating after the inclusion of financial education in the draft national curriculum for England. Tracey Bleakley looks at what schools will need to deliver and what support and resources are out there to help.





Giving your students free rein

5 July 2012

The need for assessment can often restrict the scope of students' work. Kester Brewin reports on a statistics project that is wide-ranging, student-led, ethical, challenging ― all because it is not going to be marked.

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