Coconut Multiples20-09-2018 | 08:36:46 | No Comments

In 2P we have been playing Cocount Multiples to help us learn our 10x table.

Have a go at home too…

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/times-tables/coconut-multiples

 

Number Bonds to 2014-09-2018 | 08:34:01 | No Comments

As well as knowing their Number Bonds to 10, it is vital that children from Years 1 to 6 are fluent in their Number Bonds to 20.

Please take a look at the video below to help your children have a better understanding of Number Bonds to 20.

Number Bonds to 1014-09-2018 | 08:31:54 | No Comments

At St Georges Primary School, we recognise the importance of children knowing their Number Bonds to 10. Part of the children’s assessment in Numeracy every term is a Number Bond Screening from Years 1 to 6.

Please take a look at the video link to help your children have a better understanding of Number Bonds to 10.

Key Stage One Column Addition25-07-2018 | 08:05:59 | No Comments

Key Stage One Column Subtraction25-07-2018 | 08:05:04 | No Comments

Key Stage One Multiplication (Arrays)25-07-2018 | 08:03:22 | No Comments

Key Stage One Division (Cup Method)25-07-2018 | 08:02:09 | No Comments

x Tables Championships24-07-2018 | 10:12:19 | No Comments

On Friday 28th September 2018, we will be holding our first ever x Tables Championships!

There will be a trophy for the winners from Years 1 to 6 which they will be able to take home and keep.

We would like the children to use the ‘Times Table Rock Stars’ website to help them prepare for the competition.

https://ttrockstars.com/site/index

Times Table Rockstars!24-07-2018 | 10:02:49 | No Comments

St Georges C of E Primary School have subscribed to ‘Times Table Rockstars!’

We plan to hold a Q & A evening in the school hall during the Autumn Term. The children will be issued with a username and password so that the children can access the website from home. There is even an app which can be downloaded onto a Smart Phone or tablet.

TakeĀ a look at the video link below to see what it’s all about.

 

Rounding To The Nearest 100 and 1,00001-07-2016 | 09:37:14 | No Comments

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