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Take control of your planning...
 
Take control of your planning...
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Make teaching maths easier, enjoyable & rewarding
 
Make teaching maths easier, enjoyable & rewarding
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Looking to improve your teaching & deep subject knowledge
 
Looking to improve your teaching & deep subject knowledge
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Plan your own creative maths lessons
 
Plan your own creative maths lessons
My planning menu provides a supportive structure and expert knowledge »

Everything to plan your own rich maths lessons and ensure continuity and coverage throughout the school.

 
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Creative teaching and purposeful learning within a spiral curriculum or in blocks for a mastery approach.

 
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Supporting teachers to build up pedagogical subject knowledge & develop mathematics across the school.


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I just wanted to say how much I appreciate your website. It is such a great resource and a great help to a not-very-maths confident subject leader. I keep discovering amazing and super helpful gems and wanted to say thank you!    Maths Subject Leader, North London

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Latest maths news...

Using Flip-Flops to practice multiplication facts
Using Flip-Flops to practice multiplication facts
Flip-Flops are a great resource for practising multiplication facts– simple to make and fun to use. I have had them as part of my maths kit for years (I think they first appeared in Number Work for Infants by Thomas and Bannister in 1974) and when I used them in a school recently the teacher had forgotten all about them, even though they had been one of her favourite resources in the past. So here’s a reminder.
 
Is a structured lesson sequence the way forward for your maths planning?
Is a structured lesson sequence the way forward for your maths planning?
A sequence of lessons is the important part of planning that organises and structures a ‘unit’ of work or medium-term plan into the reality of what goes on in the classroom. It basically involves deciding the best way of moving the children on from what they know, understand and can do now, to what they are expected to know, understand and do by the end of the unit.
 
Ofsted - should the EYFS framework for maths be more challenging?
Ofsted - should the EYFS framework for maths be more challenging?
Ofsted has expressed concern that the EYFS statutory framework has a number of weaknesses and that expectations, especially in mathematics, are set too low. They found that children were better prepared for Y1 in schools that had more challenging expectations. So, does the EYFS framework need to change? 
 
Supporting a self-evaluation of your maths teaching
Supporting a self-evaluation of your maths teaching
With the start of a new year and a new term, it is a perfect time to have a think about your own maths teaching. Which aspects are you happy with and which parts do you know could be a little stronger? Of course, before deciding this you need to have an idea of the criteria on which to base your self-evaluation on. I have helped you out with this by adapting a Lesson Observation Prompt Sheet so that you can assess your strengths and the areas you need to work on.
 

About Paul...

Paul Broadbent | Broadbent Maths

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With over 30 years in primary education as a teacher, deputy head, lecturer and advisor, Paul is currently supporting schools with their planning and teaching of mathematics...

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Paul is an experienced author and has written over 400 primary maths books...


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