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Sample Primary Maths Worksheets

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Year 1

Year 1 Using and applying mathematics.
  • Choose and use appropriate number operations to solve problems.
  • Solve mathematical puzzles and investigate.
  • Investigate general statements.
  • Solve simple word problems and explain.
  • Problems involving money.
Year 1 Counting and understanding number.
  • Count reliably a set of objects. Count on and back in steps of one.
  • Read and write numbers in figures and words. Partition into TU.
  • Comparing and ordering numbers. More than, less than.
  • One or ten more than, or less than, a given number.
  • Counting in tens. Odd and even numbers.
  • Order a set of familiar numbers.
  • Estimation and approximation.
  • Recognise simple fractions and equivalence.
  • Recognise and find simple fractions.
  • Know the number names and recite them.
  • Nursery rhymes.
Year 1 Knowing and using number facts.
  • Describe and extend number sequences. Count on and back.
  • Know addition and subtraction facts.
  • Add or subtract 9. Use patterns of similar calculations.
  • Add or subtract pairs of numbers mentally.
  • Derive doubles and halves quickly.
Year 1 Calculating.
  • Understand addition.
  • Understand that more than two numbers can be added together.
  • Understand subtraction.
  • Use knowledge that addition can be done in any order. Identify near doubles.
  • Adding or subtracting ten.
  • Adding or subtracting crossing the tens.
  • Add or subtract a multiple of ten.
  • Combining groups of 2, 5 and 10.
  • Understand division. Sharing into equal groups.
Year 1 Understanding shape.
  • Describe and classify 3-D and 2-D shapes according to their properties.
  • Make models, shapes and patterns. Describe their features.
  • Describe positions and directions.
  • Describe movement in a straight line and turning.
Year 1 Measuring
  • Measure and compare.
  • Suggest suitable units to estimate and measure.
  • Use simple measuring equipment.
  • Understand and read the time.
  • Word problems involving measurement.
Year 1 Handling data
  • Collect, sort and organise information (1).
  • Collect, sort and organise information (2).

Year 2

Year 2 Using and applying mathematics.
  • Choose and use appropriate number operations to solve problems.
  • Solve mathematical puzzles and investigate.
  • Investigate general statements.
  • Solve simple word problems.
  • Solve problems involving money.
Year 2 Counting and understanding number.
  • Count reliably a set of objects. Count on and back in steps of one.
  • Counting in tens. Odd and even numbers.
  • Describe and extend number sequences. Count on and back.
  • Read and write 2-digit numbers. Partition a number into TU.
  • Read and write 3-digit numbers. Partition a number into HTU.
  • Comparing and ordering numbers. More than, less than.
  • One or ten more than, or less than. Position numbers.
  • Order a set of familiar numbers.
  • Estimation and approximation.
  • Rounding a number to the nearest ten.
  • Recognise simple fractions and equivalence.
Year 2 Knowing and using number facts.
  • Know addition and subtraction facts.
  • Derive doubles and halves quickly.
  • Multiply and divide mentally.
  • Tables 2, 5 and 10 Speed practice sheets.
  • Checking answers.
Year 2 Calculating.
  • Understand addition.
  • Understand that more than two numbers can be added together.
  • Understand subtraction.
  • Use knowledge that addition can be done in any order.
  • Add or subtract 9/19, 11/21. Use patterns and relationships.
  • Add and subtract pairs of numbers mentally.
  • Add or subtract multiples of ten.
  • Add or subtract: bridge through 10 or 20 etc.
  • Understand multiplication.
  • Understand division.
  • Understanding remainders in division.
  • Subtraction as the inverse of addition.
Year 2 Understanding shape.
  • Describe and classify 3-D and 2-D shapes according to their properties.
  • Make shapes and describe their features.
  • Recognise line symmetry.
  • Describe positions and directions.
  • Describe movement in a straight line and turning and understand angle.
Year 2 Measuring.
  • Measure and compare.
  • Suggest suitable units to estimate and measure.
  • Use measuring equipment. Interpret scales.
  • Understand and read the time.
  • Word problems involving measurement.
Year 2 Handling data.
  • Collect, sort and organise information.
  • Represent data.

Year 3

Year 3 Using and applying mathematics.
  • Choose and use appropriate number operations to solve problems.
  • Solve mathematical puzzles and investigate.
  • Investigate general statements.
  • Solve word problems and explain how problems were solved.
  • Solve problems involving money.
  • Solve problems involving measurement.
Year 3 Counting and understanding number.
  • Revise counting on and back.
  • Counting in tens and hundreds. Odd and even numbers.
  • Describe and extend number sequences. Count on and back.
  • Read and write numbers. Partition 3-digit numbers.
  • Comparing and ordering numbers. More than, less than.
  • One, ten or one hundred more than, or less than a given number.
  • Order a set of familiar numbers.
  • Revise estimation and approximation.
  • Rounding a number to the nearest ten or one hundred.
  • Further rounding.
  • Recognise simple fractions and equivalence.
  • Recognise and find simple fractions.
Year 3 Knowing and using number facts.
  • Know addition and subtraction facts.
  • Further addition and subtraction facts.
  • Know multiplication facts by heart. Relationship to division.
  • Tables 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 10 Speed practice sheets.
  • Checking answers.
Year 3 Calculating.
  • Revise understanding addition.
  • Revise adding more than two numbers.
  • Revise understanding subtraction.
  • Revise addition skills.
  • Add or subtract by adjusting. Use patterns and relationships.
  • Add and subtract pairs of numbers mentally.
  • Add or subtract multiples of 10 and 100.
  • Addition and subtraction continued.
  • Develop written methods of addition.
  • Develop written methods of subtraction.
  • Revise understanding of multiplication.
  • Revise understanding of division. Division as the inverse of multiplication.
  • Understand remainders. Rounding after division.
  • Strategies for multiplication and division.
  • Multiply and divide by 10, 100. Doubling and halving.
  • Find unit fractions of numbers or quantities.
Year 3 Understanding shape.
  • Describe and classify 3-D and 2-D shapes according to their properties.
  • Make shapes and describe their features.
  • Recognise line symmetry.
  • Describe position and direction.
  • Describe movement in a straight line and turning and understand angle.
Year 3 Measuring.
  • Measure and compare. Know relationships between units.
  • Choose and use suitable units to estimate and measure.
  • Use measuring equipment. Interpret scales.
  • Understand and read the time.
Year 3 Handling data.
  • Collect, sort and organise data.
  • Use bar charts, tally charts, bar graphs and pictograms.
  • Use Venn and Carroll diagrams.

Year 4

Year 4 Using and applying mathematics.
  • Choose appropriate number operations and methods of calculating.
  • Explain methods and reasoning about numbers.
  • Solve problems, recognise patterns, generalise and predict.
  • Make and investigate general statements about numbers and shapes.
  • Solve one and two step word problems.
  • Solve problems involving money.
  • Solve problems involving length, mass or capacity.
  • Solve problems involving time.
  • Choose appropriate methods of calculating, including calculators.
Year 4 Counting and understanding number.
  • Read and write whole numbers. Partition into ThHTU.
  • Add or subtract 1, 10, 100 or 1000.
  • Revise vocabulary for comparing and ordering numbers.
  • Recognise and order negative numbers.
  • Extend number sequences by counting on and back.
  • Use fraction notation and recognise equivalent fractions.
  • Use decimal notation. Order decimal fractions.
  • Decimal fractions.
  • Recognise equivalence between decimals and fractions.
  • Solve problems concerning ratio and proportion.
Year 4 Knowing and using number facts.
  • Use knowledge of addition, subtraction and place value.
  • Use known number facts and place value to add or subtract.
  • More multiplication facts. More doubling and halving.
  • Recognise odd and even numbers. Multiples and tests of divisibility.
  • Use known number facts to multiply and divide mentally.
  • Multiplication tables. All tables up to 10 x 10. Speed practice sheets.
  • Identify pairs of fractions that total 1.
  • Revise checking results of calculations.
Year 4 Calculating.
  • Revise addition and its relationship to subtraction.
  • Revise subtraction and its relationship to addition.
  • Add or subtract the nearest multiple of 10 and adjust.
  • Use relationships between addition and subtraction: adding several numbers.
  • Refine and use efficient written methods of addition.
  • Refine and use efficient written methods of subtraction.
  • Multiply and divide by 10, 100 and 1000.
  • Revise division and its relationship to subtraction and multiplication.
  • Understand remainders. Relate fractions to division.
  • Develop and refine written methods for multiplication.
  • Develop and refine written methods for division.
  • Develop calculator skills.
  • Find fractions of numbers or quantities.
Year 4 Understanding shape.
  • Visualise, describe and classify 3-D and 2-D shapes.
  • Visualise 3-D objects and make nets of common solids.
  • Reflective symmetry in 2-D shapes. Reflections and translations.
  • Recognise position and directions and use co-ordinates.
  • Make turns; estimate, draw and measure angles.
Year 4 Measuring.
  • Standard metric units of measurement.
  • Units to estimate or measure length, mass or capacity.
  • Suggest suitable measuring equipment and record estimates and readings.
  • Measure and calculate the perimeter and area of simple shapes.
  • Vocabulary of time. Estimate and measuring time.
  • Read the time from clocks, calendars and timetables.
Year 4 Handling data.
  • Collect, sort and organise data. Use tables, graphs and charts (1).
  • Collect, sort and organise data. Use tables, graphs and charts (2).

Year 5

Year 5 Using and applying mathematics.
  • Choose and use appropriate calculation strategies.
  • Solve real life problems.
  • Solve problems involving money.
  • Solve problems involving length, mass or capacity.
  • Solve problems involving time.
  • Tests of divisibility. Multiples.
  • Solve problems, recognise patterns, generalise and predict.
  • Make and investigate general statements about numbers and shapes.
Year 5 Counting and understanding number.
  • Read and write whole numbers. Partition into ThHTU.
  • Revise multiplying and dividing by 10 and 100.
  • Revise comparing and ordering numbers.
  • Revise estimating and approximating.
  • Revise rounding numbers.
  • Recognise and order negative numbers.
  • Extend number sequences. Counting on and back.
  • Recognise equivalent fractions. Order fractions.
  • Solve problems concerning ratio and proportion.
  • Use decimal notation. Order decimal fractions.
  • Round decimals. Equivalence between decimals and fractions.
  • Understand percentages.
Year 5 Knowing and using number facts.
  • Know, with rapid recall, addition and subtraction facts.
  • Use known number facts to add or subtract pairs of numbers mentally.
  • Double and halve.
  • Use knowledge of tables to calculate mentally.
  • Multiply and divide by 10 and 100 and further doubling and halving.
  • Square numbers, prime numbers, factors and multiples.
  • Checking results of calculations.
Year 5 Calculating.
  • Revise understanding addition.
  • Revise understanding subtraction.
  • Use mental calculation strategies.
  • Use relationships between addition and subtraction: adding several numbers.
  • Use efficient written methods of addition.
  • Use efficient written methods of subtraction.
  • Revise understanding multiplication.
  • Revise understanding division.
  • Doubling and halving. Use factors.
  • Develop and refine written methods for multiplication.
  • Develop and refine written methods for division.
  • Multiply and divide by 10, 100 and 1000.
  • Use a calculator.
  • Find fractions of numbers or quantities.
  • Find percentages of numbers or quantities.
Year 5 Understanding shape.
  • Visualise, describe and classify 3-D and 2-D shapes.
  • Make shapes and patterns with increasing accuracy.
  • More shapes and nets.
  • Recognise positions and directions and use co-ordinates.
  • Reflective symmetry in 2-D shapes. Reflections and translations.
  • Estimate, draw and measure angles.
Year 5 Measuring.
  • Standard metric units of measurement.
  • Units to estimate or measure length, mass or capacity.
  • Read scales, record estimates and measure.
  • Measure and calculate the perimeter and area of simple shapes.
  • Vocabulary of time. Estimating and measuring time.
  • Using the 24-hour clock to read time and timetables.
Year 5 Handling data.
  • Use the language of chance or likelihood.
  • Collect and organise data. Use tables, graphs and charts.
  • Further data handling. Use median and mode.

Year 6

Year 6 Using and applying mathematics.
  • Solve problems involving real life.
  • Solve problems involving length, mass or capacity.
  • Solve problems involving time.
  • More time problems.
  • Choose appropriate number operations and methods of calculating.
  • Explain methods and reasoning.
  • Solve problems, recognise patterns, generalise and predict.
  • Make and investigate general statements about numbers and shapes.
  • Extend number sequences.
  • Solve problems involving money
Year 6 Counting and understanding number.
  • Revise rounding whole numbers.
  • Revise estimating and approximating.
  • Recognise and order negative numbers.
  • Use fraction notation and recognise equivalent fractions. Order fractions.
  • Use decimal notation. Order decimal fractions.
  • Round decimals. Equivalence between decimals and fractions.
  • Percentages as fractions of 100. Equivalence of percentages, fractions and decimals.
  • Ratio and proportion problems
Year 6 Knowing and using number facts.
  • Revise multiplication and square numbers.
  • Revise doubling and halving. Using factors.
  • Use known facts to multiply mentally.
  • Use known number facts to multiply and divide decimals.
  • Square numbers, prime numbers and identifying factors.
  • Square and cube numbers, square roots and prime factors.
  • Multiples and tests of divisibility.
  • Checking results of calculations.
  • Extension: Conventions for working out expressions. (Bodmas).
Year 6 Calculating.
  • Revise addition.
  • Revise subtraction.
  • Add or subtract decimals to the nearest whole one and adjust.
  • Use relationships between addition and subtraction and adding several numbers.
  • Using known number facts and place value to add or subtract pairs of numbers mentally.
  • Use known number facts to add or subtract decimals.
  • Use efficient written methods of addition.
  • Use efficient written methods of subtraction.
  • Revise multiplication.
  • Revise division.
  • Understand remainders. Round up or down after division.
  • Use efficient written methods of multiplication.
  • Use efficient written methods of division.
  • Find fractions of numbers or quantities.
  • Develop calculator skills.
Year 6 Understanding shape.
  • Visualise, describe and classify 3-D and 2-D shapes.
  • Reflective symmetry in 2-D shapes. Reflections and translations.
  • Use co-ordinates and extend to 4 quadrants.
  • Estimate, draw and measure angles.
Year 6 Measuring.
  • Use standard metric units and convert between units.
  • Units to estimate or measure length, mass or capacity.
  • Read scales, record estimates and measure.
  • Measure and calculate the perimeter and area of simple shapes.
  • Measure and calculate the circumference of circles.
Year 6 Handling data.
  • Describe and predict outcomes using the language of chance or likelihood.
  • Collect and organise data. Use tables, graphs and charts.
  • Further data handling.
Year 6 Practice tests.
  • KS2 Mental arithmetic test A.
  • KS2 Mental arithmetic test B.
  • KS2 NCT Practice Paper 1.
  • KS2 NCT Practice Paper 2.
  • KS2 NCT Practice Paper 3.
  • KS2 NCT Practice Paper 4.
Year 6 Booster.
  • Number.
  • Time.
  • Shape.
  • Graphs and tables.
KS2 Test Revision
  • Missing digits: Non-calculator level 3 to 4
  • Missing digits: Calculator level 3 to 4
  • Calculation: Non-calculator level 3 to 4
  • Calculation: Calculator level 3 to 4
  • Shopping: Non-calculator level 3 to 4
  • Shopping: Calculator level 3 to 4

Four rules

Addition.
  • Addition: whole numbers.
  • Addition with decimals.
Subtraction.
  • Subtraction: whole numbers.
  • Subtraction with decimals.
Multiplication.
  • Multiply 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers.
  • Multiply 2-digit numbers with 1-decimal place by 1-digit numbers.
  • Multiply 2-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers.
  • Multiply 2-digit numbers with 1 decimal place by 2-digit numbers.
  • Tables 2, 5 and 10 Speed practice sheets.
  • Tables 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 10 Speed practice sheets.
  • Multiplication tables. All tables up to 10 x 10. Speed practice sheets.
Division.
  • Divide 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers.
  • Divide numbers with 1 or 2 decimal places by 1-digit numbers.
  • Divide 3-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers.

Mental

Year 1.
  • Teacher Guidance.
  • Year 1 Foundation.
  • Year 1 Autumn term.
  • Year 1 Spring term.
  • Year 1 Summer term.
Year 2.
  • Year 2 Autumn term.
  • Year 2 Spring term.
  • Year 2 Summer term.
Year 3.
  • Year 3 Autumn term.
  • Year 3 Spring term.
  • Year 3 Summer term.
Year 4.
  • Year 4 Autumn term.
  • Year 4 Spring term.
  • Year 4 Summer term.
Year 5.
  • Year 5 Autumn term.
  • Year 5 Spring term.
  • Year 5 Summer term.
Year 6.
  • Year 6 Autumn term.
  • Year 6 Summer term.
  • Year 6 Spring term

Investigate

Easier number investigations.
  • 19 miles: How many ways can three runners cover 19 miles"e;
  • Terrific Twenty: Making whole numbers up to 20.
  • 5 digit addition: Investigating numbers using five digits.
  • Crazy addition: 0-9 cards to make addition sums.
  • Add 1 to 4: Making addition sums using the digits 1 to 4.
  • Bull"e;s Eye: Throw darts to make different scores.
  • Consecutive numbers: Investigate consecutive numbers on a 3x3 board.
  • Hexagon addition: Find totals through a hexagonal shape.
  • Only three: Making number plates for cars.
  • Six out: Match pairs of numbers that have a difference of six.
  • Subtract pairs: Investigate subtraction in a hexagon.
  • Under 30: Multiply 3 digits to make totals under 30.
  • Up and down: Make rows total the same as columns.
Harder number investigations.
  • Three make one: Find three fractions that total a given fraction.
  • The answer is 0: Investigate sums with the answer zero.
  • The answer is 10: Investigate sums with the answer ten.
  • Calculator fractions: Finding fractions for recurring decimals.
  • Consecutive products: Products of consecutive numbers in sequences.
  • Dotty patterns: Sequences produced by building patterns of dots.
  • Factors: Factors of numbers, prime and composite numbers.
  • Four fours: Make numbers using four fours.
  • Halves: Summing the series: +
  • Many make one: Making a fraction by totalling a number of other fractions.
  • Modulo arithmetic: Modulo arithmetic.
  • Multiplication square: Investigating patterns in the multiplication square.
  • 1 to 4: Making other numbers using the digits 1, 2, 3 and 4.
  • Palindromic numbers: Finding palindromic numbers by reversing digits.
  • Primes from squares: Primes that can be written as the sum of two squares"e;
  • Products: Investigating products of the first three digits.
  • Six columns: Investigating numbers written as six columns.
  • Triangle numbers: Investigating situations in which triangle numbers arise.
Easier shape investigations.
  • Multilink shapes: Use 24 cubes to make shapes.
  • Caterpillar: How many ways can food pass through a caterpillar"e;
  • Halving: Halving a bar of chocolate.
  • Lines and rectangles: Making rectangles from different numbers of lines.
  • Routes: Find different ways of getting from home to school.
  • Straw shapes: Make rectangles from a variety of straws.
  • Tessellation squares: Tessellate shapes by cutting and sliding.
  • Tricky triangles: Use four equilateral triangles to make shapes.
Harder shape investigations.
  • 60 centimetre cuboids: Investigate cuboids with a perimeter of 60 cm.
  • Colouring maps: Four colour map problem.
  • Cubes: Painting faces of cubes and slicing.
  • Equilateral matchsticks: Patterns made from equilateral triangles.
  • Exterior and interior angles of polygons: Find relationships between angles.
  • Farmer's field: Find maximum and minimum areas given a fixed perimeter.
  • Networks: Investigating shapes without taking the pencil off the paper.
  • Pentominoes: How many ways can 5 squares be arranged"e;
  • Snooker table: Investigating a ball bouncing at 45 degrees.
  • Tessellations: Tessellating polygons.
Money investigations.
  • 10p change: Different ways of receiving 10p change.
  • Penny sweets: What can you buy with 6p"e;
  • 3 coins: Given three coins, what totals are possible"e;
  • 6 model: Possible ways of paying 6.
  • Coins: What coins can be used to make varying amounts of money"e;
General investigations.
  • Body parts: data collection, organisation and manipulation.
  • Codes: Using data collected about frequency of letter use to solve codes.
  • Necklace: How many ways can 6 beads be coloured"e;
  • Odd 13: Placing counters on a board so that rows and columns are odd.
  • Roll-a-penny: Probability investigation about rolling a penny between lines.
  • Two dice: Probability investigation about possible scores when two dice are thrown.
Data for further investigations.
  • Dimensions.
  • Alien dimensions.
  • Survey.
  • Planets.
  • How to use this data.

Puzzles

Word and number searches.
  • Year 1 length word search.
  • Year 1 numbers to ten word search (1).
  • Year 1 numbers to ten word search (2).
  • Year 1 ordering/place value word search.
  • Year 1 number positions word search.
  • Year 1 shapes word search.
  • Year 2 measures word search.
  • Year 2 months of the year word search.
  • Year 2 numbers word search.
  • Year 2 two times table word search.
  • Year 2 five times table word search.
  • Year 2 ten times table number search.
  • Year 3 three times table number search.
  • Year 3 four times table word search.
  • Year 3 data word search.
  • Year 3 make 10 number search.
  • Year 3 calculate word search.
  • Year 3 2-D shape word search.
  • Year 4 six times table word search.
  • Year 4 data word snake.
  • Year 4 make 12 number search.
  • Year 4 measure word snake.
  • Year 4 position word search.
  • Year 4 shape word search.
  • Year 5 seven times table number search.
  • Year 5 fractions word search.
  • Year 5 make 20 number search.
  • Year 5 number system word search.
  • Year 5 probability word snake.
  • Year 5 shape word snake.
  • Year 6 calculator word snake.
  • Year 6 data word snake.
  • Year 6 make 24 number search.
  • Year 6 measure word search.
  • Year 6 shape word search.
  • Year 6 time word search.
Sudoku.
  • Easy sudoku puzzles.
  • Medium sudoku puzzles.
  • Hard sudoku puzzles.
  • Fiendish sudoku puzzles.
Board games and games of strategy.
  • Three hexagon.
  • Four star.
  • Seven line.
  • Fifteen up.
  • Thirty one.
  • Thirty up.
  • Criss cross three: subtraction.
  • Spirals.
  • Deadly red.
  • Balloon twos.
  • Pig.
  • Never touch.
  • Nim.
  • Make 42.
  • Hex.
  • Diving board.
  • Cross the bridge.
  • Square boxes.
  • Multiplication bingo.
  • Co-ordinate bingo.
  • Dice bingo
  • Criss cross three: addition.
Puzzles.
  • 12 to 15 squares.
  • Four lines.
  • Seven up.
  • Anagrams.
  • A square triangle.
  • Balloon bursting.
  • Bishop's move.
  • Calculator words.
  • Loose change.
  • Code breaker.
  • Counter reflection.
  • Digit detector.
  • Dizzy digits.
  • Dress Addy.
  • Food for thought.
  • Funky 15.
  • Head over tails.
  • Initial numbers.
  • The largest number.
  • Add up to 20.
  • It all adds up to nothing.
  • Not three in a line.
  • Triangular terror.
  • 20 golden rings.
  • Ten tents.
  • Highest total.
  • Christmas tree.
  • Tricky twenty triangle.
Matchstick puzzles.
  • Matchstick puzzle 1: the cherry in the glass.
  • Matchstick puzzle 2: six nil.
  • Matchstick puzzle 3: pens for pigs.
  • Matchstick puzzle 4: six three.
  • Matchstick puzzle 5: only two.
  • Matchstick puzzle 6: leave 6.
  • Matchstick puzzle 7: seven up.
  • Matchstick puzzle 8: leave 3.
  • Matchstick puzzle 9: four triangles.
  • Matchstick puzzle 10: make 9.
  • Matchstick puzzle 11: four squares.
  • Matchstick puzzle 12: six/nine squares.
Magicmaths.
  • Magicmaths: the answer is 15 (easier magic).
  • Magicmaths: the answer is 3 (easier magic).
  • Magicmaths: the answer is 8 (easier magic).
  • Magicmaths: granny's age.
  • Magicmaths: 1089.
  • Magicmaths: take away.
  • Magicmaths: the answer is 37.
  • Magicmaths: amazing addition.
  • Magicmaths: dice dynamics.
  • Magicmaths: fool all the people.
  • Magicmaths: out of a hat.
  • Magicmaths: think of a number.
  • Magicmaths: square numbers.

Support

Dictionaries.
  • Dictionary for pupils 5-12.
  • Dictionary for teaching assistants.
Certificates.
  • Gold certificate for achievement.
  • Silver certificate for achievement.
  • Bronze certificate for achievement.
  • Certificate for effort.
  • Certificate for tables.
Help.
  • Primary Framework for Mathematics and age groups.
  • Page referencing/numbering for year groups.
  • List of modules

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