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Table Tests

By the end of Key Stage 2, it is important to know the times tables. This is not always easy but it gives a massive advantage to progress in maths in Key Stage 3 and 4. To help, we have produced a range of resources to help with this task. To view, click on the tables

Key Stage 2

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The whole site is under a major reconstruction, and due to this, there are only a few resources for Key Stage 2.

The Chess Board Fable

An ancient problem involved putting one grain of rice on the first square of a chess board and then doubling the amount on each successive square. Click on the chess board to get a copy of the doubling numbers worksheet

Dealing with Sums that have Negative Totals

Negative numbers can be a challenging topic. Try our free presentation on using number patterns to find negative totals. To obtain the presentation, click on the title or the sum on the right.

SAT Practice Papers

To obtain a copy of our practice paper for KS2, click on the required paper.

KS3 Material

Some of our KS3 material is suitable for Year 6. To view the resources that primary schools have found useful, click on the title.