First you need to learn the name of maths shapes and then you have to calculate the perimeter area or volume, depending on the level you are on. We are only going to remember the 2D shapes. First of all, a 2D shapes is a shape that can be represented on a bi-dimensional graphic which has two axis: X […]

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## KS1 lesson: ODD and EVEN numbers

Learning Objectives Learn what is an even number Learn how to recognize an even number Learn what is an odd number Learn how to recognize an odd number Key words: odd, even, consecutive, Even numbers The even numbers are 2, 4, 6, 8, An Even number is a number that can be divided exactly by […]

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For primary level tuition, we recommend you to book at least one hour weekly. On the first session, the tutor will give the student a file, where he will put all the materials provided by the tutor every week. All lessons are designed according to the National Curriculum. Our tutors apply a vast range of […]

## How to pass the QTS numeracy skills test

I know, it sounds hard to have just two shots at this test BUT if you think better there are just three chapters that you need to remember in order to pass you QTS numeracy skills test: Working with fractions, decimals and percentages. On this chapter you only need to know how to turn decimals […]

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## KS2 lesson: Negative numbers

Learning Objectives: What is a negative number How to place a negative number on a number line Opposite numbers Comparing negative numbers [/box] Key words: negative number, less then, greater then, opposite umbers, number line, Imagine that you need £5 to buy a book but you only have £3 but your friend burrows you the […]

## How I prepare students for 11+ Exam Entrance

My approach regarding maths tuition can be structured in three important steps: Assessing the child’s knowledge, fill in the gaps and practice. 1.Assess the child’s needs This process requires a 30 minutes test to find out what the student knows and what he doesn’t The test conceived according to National Curriculum or sometimes I even […]

## KS1 lesson: Counting, Ordering, Partitioning

Numbers are made of digits, a digit is: Numbers can have two, three, and four digits or even more: thousands hundreds tens units digits 4 6 two digits 2 5 3 three digits 3 9 6 2 four digits Ordering numbers The more digits a number has, the higher it is. To order the numbers […]

## KS2 lesson: Factors and Multiples

This particular lesson is an important starting point for fractions. Knowing the factors and multiples of a number is very useful when you need to cancel down a fraction or bring fractions to a common denominator. Learning Objectives • What are factors • How to find factors • Divisibility rules • What are multiples • […]