Our partner schools gain access to a wide variety of resources, including lesson guides, planning support, interactive whiteboard slides and videos. Here is a selection of our programme content.
The materials on this page are just one element of the Mathematics Mastery programme. They fit alongside our key principles, training, coaching and collaborative working. All our resources are adaptable, according to the needs of staff and pupils.
The Mathematics Mastery curriculum map is developed by our team of experts and refreshed each year.
This map shows the topics we cover and the length of time spent on each area, to encourage learning that builds. To introduce a mastery curriculum into your school, we encourage you to use our map as guidance.
An example lesson on fractions which can be adapted to suit your the needs of your classDownload
This guidance accompanies our example lesson on fractionsDownload
Another example lesson using bar modelling to solve problemsDownload
Activities for studying topics in greater depth, for higher attaining studentsDownload
Activities for studying topics in greater depth, for students who need help catching up and keeping upDownload
Guidance for teachers on co-planning lessons within a maths departmentDownload
Students can explore different calculations to count the dots, deepening their understanding of the order of operations.Download
By using a range of representations, students gain a deeper conceptual understanding of the properties of fractions.Download
Concrete manipulatives support students to develop a conceptual understanding of the structure of number and how written algorithms work.Download
A variety of representations can be used to represent unknown values to develop flexibility with algebraic reasoning.Download