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Classroom resources and planning support are just one element of the Mathematics Mastery programme - and are fully integrated with the training and specialist support we offer. Here are some examples.

Maths lessons should be interactive, challenging and fun – with all students fully engaged

Schools who join our programme receive a variety of adaptable materials – alongside training and support – to make this happen.

Our materials equip you to design and deliver your own lessons more effectively. They are not intended to restrict or spoon-feed you, but we do offer additional support for non-specialists or less experienced teachers.

Packed with problem solving ideas, our resources align with the new GCSE and support you to build a solid foundation of conceptual understanding through Key Stage 3.

You can download our sample materials and for a more detailed look at what we offer, sign up to receive a free trial of our classroom resources using the form below.

Mastery Curriculum Y7 - Y11

Mastery Curriculum Y7 - Y11

The sequence of topics covered through year groups, to encourage deeper understanding.

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Problem solving with bar models

Problem solving with bar models

Short, fun starter activities encouraging students to solve problems using bar models.

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Challenging through depth

Challenging through depth

Place value activities with added depth and challenge to strengthen students' understanding.

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Want to explore our classroom resources in more depth?

Sign up for a free trial of the Mathematics Mastery programme. You’ll receive a series of emails over several weeks – packed with videos and materials looking at how to teach different topics across a range of year groups. You’ll see how our classroom principles are brought to life and you'll get a taster of the professional development we offer teachers.

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We offer two separate programmes, one for primary schools and one for secondary schools. Please make a selection below in order to continue. You can change your mind at any time by switching your selection on the top bar.