Key National Curriculum Content

New Curriculum Content

We have features on some key parts of the new National Curriculum that you may find tricky:
Age 5 to 11

Fractions Unpacked

In this feature we offer rich tasks to build learners' deep conceptual understanding of fractions.

Age 5 to 11

Number Sense and Place Value

This feature aims to support you in developing children's early number sense and understanding of place value.

Age 5 to 11

Algebra in the New Curriculum

This feature includes articles and tasks which will support you in encouraging algebraic thinking throughout primary school.

Other features linked to the National Curriculum

We also have the following curriculum-linked features:
Age 5 to 11

Playing with Number

Playing around with numbers is an essential part of being a mathematician...

Age 5 to 11

Playing with 2D Shape

Children need opportunities to play around with shapes as well as meeting them formally. These activities combine the two.

Age 5 to 11

Number Patterns

The tasks in this collection encourage children to create, recognise, extend and explain number patterns.

Age 5 to 11

What Is the Question?

The tasks in this feature encourage learners to become fluent with times tables, but with a difference...

Age 5 to 11

A Flexible Approach to Calculating

The tasks in this feature are designed to encourage learners to make, and justify, decisions about the method they use to solve a calculation.

Age 5 to 11

Flexibility in Geometry

In this feature for Primary teachers, you will find tasks to help learners develop their flexibility in a geometrical context.

Age 5 to 11

To Balance or Not to Balance

This feature for primary teachers focuses on the concept of equivalence, and showcases our balance interactivity in several guises.

Age 5 to 11

Meaningful Data Handling

In this feature for Primary teachers, we offer a range of data handling activities which capitalise on learners' natural curiosity.

Age 5 to 11

Exploring Factors and Multiples

In this feature for Primary teachers, we encourage learners to play with factors and multiples, which will help develop their 'feel' for numbers.