Broadbent Maths
Broadbent Juggler
Sign In
Broadbent Maths
Broadbent Maths - creative primary maths
Take control of your planning...
 
Take control of your planning...
in line with the National Curriculum »
Make teaching maths easier, enjoyable & rewarding
 
Make teaching maths easier, enjoyable & rewarding
My planning menu can help... »
Looking to improve your teaching & deep subject knowledge
 
Looking to improve your teaching & deep subject knowledge
...That's where I can help! »
Plan your own creative maths lessons
 
Plan your own creative maths lessons
My planning menu provides a supportive structure and expert knowledge »

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


Mastery »

Representation »

Reasoning and problem solving »

Fluency in essential skills »

Support and resources to ensure continuity and coverage throughout the school.

 
Scheme of work »

Progression steps »

Assessment and tracking progress »

Curriculum coverage »

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

 
FS2 / Reception »

Year 1 »

Year 2 »

Year 3 »

Find out more about Broadbent Maths Menu

A school or individual subscription gives access to the whole website for a one-off payment. The best way to really assess any new resource is to use it yourself in school. To make this possible there is a money back guarantee. Buy it, try it.... and decide if it is right for you.

What do teachers think?

We are all fully Broadbent Maths now and everyone is finding it good to work from and more beneficial to children, building their skills, knowledge and understanding cumulatively and with more breadth. We had a deep dive in maths during our inspection and it came out as a strength.
Headteacher, Cornwall

I am blown away by these resources, they are utterly brilliant, as is the excellent customer care. Highly recommend!
EY Teacher, Barcelona

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

I used Broadbent Maths at my previous school. I now have a headship and subscribed to your site (of course!) 
Headteacher, Northumberland

Ready to subscribe?
Can I look at samples?
What's the approach?
What else should I be asking?


Latest maths articles...

Primary maths Christmas activities
Primary maths Christmas activities
Christmas maths activities for primary teachers to try with your class - a stocking full of ideas that provide children with valuable opportunities for maths learning and some Christmas festive fun. Choose from challenges that can be returned to over a few days or quick 10 minute fillers.
 
Learning multiplication facts? Take a look at the products
Learning multiplication facts? Take a look at the products
Many hours are spent in primary classrooms on activities to help children learn multiplication facts, with varying degrees of success. I’ve seen (and used) chanting, counting patterns, songs, games, trio cards, bingo, round the class cards, tables tests… and many more strategies to try to get it to stick. So here’s another strategy to add to the mix – focus on the products.
 
How to make your maths displays engaging and active
How to make your maths displays engaging and active
A lively and engaging maths display is an important element of the classroom, helping children understand the concepts, skills or procedures of a particular maths topic and providing opportunities to celebrate their achievements. Many governors, heads and subject leaders use learning walks to get a feel of the maths going on in a class and the obvious place for them to look first is the maths display.
 
Confused about the language to use with 3D shapes?
Confused about the language to use with 3D shapes?
A question that I am regularly asked concerns the correct language to use when teaching the properties of 3D shapes. This is a typical question I had from one school:
Spheres are often referred to having one face, cones two faces and cylinders three faces. Mathematically a face on a 3D shape is part of a plane and therefore is flat. Does this means that much of the language that has been used is inaccurate?

 


Share this...

Like us...
Follow us...
Connect with us...
Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn
Website design by SiteBuilder Bespoke