# Probing Maths Questions 3: Will they meet?

For all the rich maths tasks and probing questions in this series, and for the pedagogy behind the concept, please visit the Probing Maths Questions Index page. For my 3rd probing maths questions activity, IContinue reading

# Probing Maths Questions 2 – Complete – Choose 3 Numbers

For all the rich maths tasks and probing questions in this series, and for the pedagogy behind the concept, please visit the Probing Maths Questions Index page. At the start of October, I put aContinue reading

# Introducing TES Labs!

As some of you may know, I am the Maths Adviser to the TES. Now, obviously, this make me more than a little biased on all things TES related. However, I should point out thatContinue reading

# Probing Maths Questions 2: Choose 3 Numbers

For all the rich maths tasks and probing questions in this series, and for the pedagogy behind the concept, please visit the Probing Maths Questions Index page. So, it’s the start of October, which canContinue reading

# Probing Questions 1 – Complete – The Factors and Multiples Game

For all the rich maths tasks and probing questions in this series, and for the pedagogy behind the concept, please visit the Probing Maths Questions Index page. At the start of the month, I launchedContinue reading

# BBC Radio 4 – The Educators – Jo Boaler

Just the other day, me and 4 of my lovely students from Thornleigh Saleisan College, Bolton, were interviewed as part of the BBC Radio 4 series “The Educators”. The programme featured Jo Boaler outlining herContinue reading

# GCSE Maths Update from AQA

Today Andrew Taylor, Head of Mathematics at AQA, posted an update on the new GCSE Maths Specification on the TES Maths Forum. I thought it was worth reproducing here: Hello, As you may know, furtherContinue reading

# Probing Questions 1: The Factors and Multiples Game

For all the rich maths tasks and probing questions in this series, and for the pedagogy behind the concept, please visit the Probing Maths Questions Index page. At  the end of last year, I wroteContinue reading

# Numeracy Across the Curriculum

I am going to make a confession… I don’t really know what Numeracy across the Curriculum means. I get that it should ensure a consistent approach to numeracy across all subjects, but what does thatContinue reading

# Keeping Parents Informed

With GCSE results in and being analysed and the new school year about the kick off, it seems a good time to reflect on what we did as a maths department last year and ifContinue reading

# Writing a new Maths Scheme of Work – Part 15: Regular Problem Solving

You can view all the posts in the epic “Writing a Maths Scheme of Work” series on this page. It’s kind of like Game of Thrones, only with slightly less nudity and dragons. In my previousContinue reading

# Writing a new Maths Scheme of Work – Part 14: Regular Starters

You can view all the posts in the epic “Writing a Maths Scheme of Work” series on this page. It’s kind of like Game of Thrones, only with slightly less nudity and dragons. I have spokenContinue reading

# Writing a new Maths Scheme of Work – Part 13: Kangaroo Maths Update!

You can view all the posts in the epic “Writing a Maths Scheme of Work” series on this page. It’s kind of like Game of Thrones, only with slightly less nudity and dragons. In my ContentContinue reading

# Writing a new Scheme of Work – Part 12: Math Fair Problems

You can view all the posts in the epic “Writing a Maths Scheme of Work” series on this page. It’s kind of like Game of Thrones, only with slightly less nudity and dragons. As I talkedContinue reading

# Writing a new Scheme of Work – Part 11: Rich Tasks – The Return of the Standards Units!

You can view all the posts in the epic “Writing a Maths Scheme of Work” series on this page. It’s kind of like Game of Thrones, only with slightly less nudity and dragons. Now, in caseContinue reading

# Writing a new Scheme of Work – Part 10: An Alternative View!

You can view all the posts in the epic “Writing a Maths Scheme of Work” series on this page. It’s kind of like Game of Thrones, only with slightly less nudity and dragons. The reason IContinue reading

# Writing a new Scheme of Work – Part 9: Rich Tasks – Creating Prompts and Questions

You can view all the posts in the epic “Writing a Maths Scheme of Work” series on this page. It’s kind of like Game of Thrones, only with slightly less nudity and dragons. Following on fromContinue reading

# Writing a new Scheme of Work – Part 8: Rich Tasks – Median

You can view all the posts in the epic “Writing a Maths Scheme of Work” series on this page. It’s kind of like Game of Thrones, only with slightly less nudity and dragons. So, with theContinue reading

# Writing a new Scheme of Work – Part 7: Pitching the Plan to Staff

You can view all the posts in the epic “Writing a Maths Scheme of Work” series on this page. It’s kind of like Game of Thrones, only with slightly less nudity and dragons. Welcome to PartContinue reading

# Writing a new Scheme of Work – Part 6: A Possible Order?

You can view all the posts in the epic “Writing a Maths Scheme of Work” series on this page. It’s kind of like Game of Thrones, only with slightly less nudity and dragons. Welcome toContinue reading