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Using the Lead Creative Schools Scheme to extend mathematical and creative skills

Llandrillo yn Rhos Primary School used funding from the Lead Creative Schools Scheme to improve pupils’ skills in procedural maths, with a particular focus on challenging more able and talented pupils within a creative learning context. A creative project gave pupils the opportunity to work independently, to self-direct their learning and to challenge themselves with more advanced artistic and mathematical skills. Read more >

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Embracing children’s interests to inspire mathematical development

Practitioners at Cylch Meithrin Cefneithin Gorslas have created an engaging learning environment for mathematical development by providing art and technology-based activities themed around children’s interests. Read more >

Good practice in mathematics at key stage 3 - February 2015

This report is published in response to a request for advice from the Welsh Government in the Minister’s annual remit to Estyn for 2013-2014. The report examines standards in mathematics at key stage 3 and the factors affecting achievement, and includes case studies of best practice. Read more >

Good practice in mathematics at key stage 3 - Training material

This PowerPoint is a way for providers to share the main findings of the report and review their own performance in a particular thematic area. The presentations summarise the report and include questions which providers can consider when looking to improve. Read more >

Good practice in mathematics at key stage 4 - October 2013

This report is published in response to a request for advice from the Welsh Government in the Minister’s annual remit to Estyn for 2012-2013. The report examines standards in mathematics at key stage 4. Transition from key stage 4 to post-16 is outside the scope of the report. The report includes case studies of best practice. Read more >

Good practice in mathematics at key stage 4 - Training Material

This PowerPoint is a way for providers to share the main findings of the report and review their own performance in a particular thematic area. The presentations summarise the report and include questions which providers can consider when looking to improve. Read more >