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Help your child



On this page there are useful links to help your child with their Maths.  There are games and practical activities to improve and boost your child’s confidence.

Use this link for lots of interactive Maths games and fun activities.


  • Being able to perform simple calculations mentally is a skill that children

  • need to practice on a regular basis, this also includes being able successfully

  • and accurately recall times tables. Here are some useful sites that will help

  • you to improve your child’s mental agility.



Teaching Tables

Pupils learn in many different ways, using the links below you will find printable resources to help improve all areas of your child’s Maths skills.

Learn with Maths games

Math’s playground

Primary Resources

BBC Bitesize KS1

BBC Bitesize KS2

TES Activities

Mad 4 maths

Help with Maths


Woodland resources

Maths games

And above all, please teach your child that 


Below are links to some useful websites that may assist you in helping your child who has a special educational need. (By clicking on the icon you will be taken to the relevant website)


                                              The National Autistic Society are the leading UK charity for people on the autism                                                          spectrum (including Asperger syndrome) and their families. They provide information,                                                  support and pioneering services, and campaign for a better world for people with autism.



Dyslexia affects approimately 10% of the population.  The British Dyslexia

Association (BDA) aim to help those living with this hidden difficulty.  The

BDA aim to provide support and advice to those living with dyslexia.


'Dyspraxia, a form of developmental coordination disorder (DCD) is a common disorder affecting fine and/or gross motor coordination, in children and adults. While DCD is often regarded as an umbrella term to cover motor coordination difficulties, dyspraxia refers to those people who have additional problems planning, organising and carrying out movements in the right order in everyday situations. Dyspraxia can also affect articulation and speech, perception and thought.’

(Dyspraxia Foundation 2013) 

There are many learning difficulties and disabilities that our children live with.  Mencap provides support and advice a wide range of disabilities and learning difficulties.

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