Many, many young people come to us each year with a total lack of confidence in their own ability to carry out simple mathematical tasks. Flashpoints for maths-phobics include fractions, algebra and problem solving.

If your child needs extra help in maths, contact us today to arrange your FREE assessment. You can also use the following useful links to help boost their numeracy skills.

Years 1 – 2

http://www.crickweb.co.uk/assets/resources/flash.php?&file=Money_Box2Pound A fun maths game helping your child to understand money.

Years 3 – 6

http://www.subtangent.com/maths/games.php There are lots of games here, some of which will also be useful for Key Stage 3 students.

http://www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/maths/Woodlands Junior School in Kent provide a huge amount of engaging and fun Maths activities. Particularly recommended are the activities relating to telling the time.

Grammar School Entrance Exam and Key Stage Two SATs Preparation

Although the grammar school entrance examinations take place at the start of Year 6 and Key Stage 2 SATs take place at the end of Year 6, the standards required by both are very similar.

Here is an alphabetical list of the topics our students tend to need help with, together with useful links; it goes without saying that your child should be completing GL Assessment Practice Test Papers to identify areas they need to brush up on.

Algebra

AlgebraArea and Perimeter of Irregular shapes

Averages (Mean, Mode, Range and Median)

Capacity

Cube numbers – and your child will also need to understand square numbers.

Division –**http://tinyurl.com/3a8c4l9**

Factors

Fractions

Further Fractions

Fractions of quantities

General number skills

Multiplication

Negative numbers

Ordering decimals

Pie charts

Prime numbers

Probability

Ratio

Ratio

Rotational symmetry

Subtractions

Subtractions

Symmetry

Symmetry

Word Problems

Years 7 – 9

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/ks3bitesize/ Every topic is covered here with tests practice exercises

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