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Active Maths

Active         Maths

 

 

 

Active Maths uses PE and physical activity to raise achievement in maths. It  helps to support  progress and attainment across the whole school, and raises aspirations to narrow the learning gap.

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The benefits of active learning in the classroom are widely acknowledged in a  variety of areas of the curriculum. Not   only does it allow core   curriculum subjects such as maths to be taught in a fun and engaging way, but increases physical activity in children when meeting recommended standards is challenging.

 

Have  a   look   at Year 5 enjoying some Active   Maths sessions...

 

Square and Cube numbers

 

This week, children took part in evasion games. When they were caught, they had to answer a square or cube number problem.

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This week in Active Maths we   completed a   number run activity. We  had to solve  two step problems, where  the answer led us to the next   question  card.

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This week in Active   Maths we applied our  learning about mental methods of solving calculations.

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Column Addition

This week in Active  Maths we  completed a  relay, solved and ordered the answers.

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Ordering positive    and negative    numbers

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