Maths! One of those Marmite subjects, eh? You either love it or .. you don’t. Truth is, being a mathematical whizz kid is super helpful across several other subjects such as Physics and Business Studies. Plus it’s an important subject that opens the doors to further education and beyond. But what if you’re struggling with […]

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### Five GCSE Maths Revision Tips

Saturday, May 4th, 2024### How To Manage Key Stage 3 Maths

Tuesday, July 4th, 2023Moving to secondary school is often a worry for children and parents, especially since Key Stage 3 Maths is stuffed with new concepts and complicated topics – all taught at a faster pace than ever before. Yet, in reality, Year 7 Maths teachers will be building on what your child has already learnt in their […]

### Amazing Maths Facts We Bet You Don’t Know

Thursday, November 24th, 2022Maths facts guaranteed to bowl you over include this one about cake! And who doesn’t love cake?? Did you know that you can cut a cake three times to get eight slices? Conduct your own experiment at home! We insist… Here’s another one that always amazes our students. Add the two numbers on opposite sides […]

### End Maths Meltdowns Today

Monday, September 27th, 2021Is your son or daughter struggling to get to grips with Maths GCSEs or A Levels? As a Marmite subject, Maths seems to bring out the best or worst in students. They seem to ‘get it’ or they don’t. For some, Maths is a complete nightmare. Not just for the students either. Because the teaching […]

### Is Maths a Marmite subject?

Tuesday, December 29th, 2020Ahh Maths…! Children seem to either love it, or hate it – just like Marmite. Some children love solving brain teasers, understand number patterns, and appreciate the logical ‘black and white’ aspect of Maths. For others, Maths is an absolute minefield where numbers on the page make no sense AT ALL. Of course, because Maths […]

### Why do I have to study Maths?

Wednesday, August 5th, 2020Far from being on the curriculum to torture children’s brains, Maths is a crucial part of life. You can’t go shopping, cook, drive, run a business, travel, do DIY, divide a pizza, buy a house or tell the time without applying a mathematical concept. And yet interestingly, humans have been using Maths since early man […]