Practising times tables at home is really important. Knowing times tables facts really helps children to feel confident in Maths, and enables them to make progress in areas such as calculating, fractions… even shape work can involve times tables – when we think about angles, for example. The National Curriculum sets out expectations for times tables knowledge and states that by Year 4 children should be able to recall multiplication and division facts up to 12x12. Knowing the tables facts (including division) means having rapid recall – being able to say the answer within about eight seconds, not counting through the times tables to work it out. There are many online resources, TT Rockstars is a great online resource for children to use to practise their times tables. There is a guide on our website on how to use it and all children should know their user id and login. If not, please email…/…/t-t-rock-stars-user-information

This is a great free app to help practise times tables. 

To support parents and guardians with structuring and delivering home learning for children, TES have gathered a collection of teacher-created learning resources designed to engage both primary and secondary students and help them learn and study outside of their usual classroom environment.

All of these resources are completely free to download and use and include lessons, worksheets, workbooks and activities across a multitude of subject disciplines, ranging from EYFS to KS4 (GCSE). With these resources, you can be confident that students will remain engaged and challenged throughout this period of social distancing and isolation.…/teacher-essentials/home-learning

If you are struggling to engage your child with maths - this page has 25 activities that are maths related that you could try.

Third Space Learning - ideas for maths games/activities to do with children at home…/fun-maths-games-activitie…

Hundreds of free videos and worksheets. No sign-up or registration needed, just free videos. ☺️


Downloadable guidance and resource packs for parents and pupils. Registration not required

Maths Shed 

A well-sequenced lesson to introduce or revisit adding and subtracting decimal numbers and whole numbers. Children can access Maths Shed with when they log into Spelling Shed. 

Proudly powered by EdShed, Maths Shed includes maths facts and times tables practice, web & mobile games and a teacher hub with homework and data.

This website is offering free maths and e

nglish resources.
Give your child a positive early introduction to the world of Maths and English. Start helping your child today with our great resources, ensuring a lifelong enjoyment.

You can search by Maths topic or by year group. This website has many online maths games that children can play.

Prodigy Maths - Is in U.S. grades, but good for UK Primary age.

IET education 

As schools close, are you looking for fun, curriculum-linked activities to do with your kids and keep them focussed? We have FREE resources across maths, science and design/technology available to help you.

Anyone can access BBC Teach and BBC Bitesize for free. Their websites are home to thousands of free educational videos, guides and audio clips, as well as an archive of spectacular Live Lessons. Also try BBC Learning This site is old and no longer updated and yet there's so much still available, from language learning to BBC Bitesize for revision. No TV licence required except for content on BBC iPlayer. The BBC is also working on extra content specifically for children to access at home. Choose a subject area and then choose a relevant topic which has been covered in your year group since the beginning of this academic year. or   or

Head start primary

Are you looking for resources to use at home during the school closures? They are giving away FREE Maths and English Learning Activity Booklets for Years 1 to 6.

Mrs Pearce,
6 Apr 2020, 09:23