Teach Your Pupils the Maths & Strategies They Need for the 2017 KS2 Maths SATs

This course looks at all the maths behind the current KS2 Maths Programmes of Study and will cover the knowledge that teachers need to possess in order to confidently deliver upper KS2 maths lessons.

This was a great course. I have benefited so much. Maths was my core subject on my recent PGCE, but the focus was on pedagogy. This course has unravelled how to teach the maths. I think all newly qualified teachers should take it and those who are thinking of teaching in Upper Key Stage 2. In addition, I particularly liked the fact that we could email you directly and discuss issues and I appreciate your responses.

Maths for Teaching uKS2

This online course looks at all the Maths behind the current Upper KS2 Programmes of Study and will cover the knowledge that teachers need to possess in order to confidently deliver Upper KS2 maths lessons. The course covers teaching the Maths and Strategies pupils will require in order to meet the expected standard in the Y6 SATs. The course also covers the Non Statutory Guidelines within the Programmes of Study helping students to transition to KS3.


Tutor Support & Mentoring

When you enrol on any of our online courses you will have access to an expert in their field, get 1:1 support & advice from experienced, qualified and friendly tutors ready to answer your questions. All our courses are developed by experienced Teachers.


Study at your own pace

All course materials are available 24 hours a day via our website. All online seminars are recorded and made available to you. Access at any time, from anywhere using a computer, tablet or mobile.


Certified Courses

All our online courses are certified and have completion criteria, once you have fulfilled the course requirements we will issue you with a course certificate. All our courses meet the 2016 DFE Standards for Teachers' Professional Development.

Course Content & Outcomes

To demonstrate:
  • Familiarity of the Year 5 & 6 national curriculum strands for maths (2014 on)
  • Understanding the structure of the Year 6 SAT exams
  • Consolidation of mathematical knowledge
  • A variety of techniques to deliver the various topics in each strand
  • How to evaluate the complexity of a problem
  • Features
  • 8 Online Seminars covering teaching all the strands of the KS2 Maths Programmes of Study
  • Access to an expert, ask your tutor questions and get advice throughout the course
  • Reinforces Maths knowledge and skills
  • Developing resources for pupil learning
  • 12 Months access to the course seminars & resources
  • Meets the 2016 DFE Standards for Teachers' Professional Development
    • Course Structure

    • Session 1 - Number and Place Value
      * Read, Write, Order and Compare Numbers up to 10,000,000
      * Rounding Numbers
      * Negative Numbers and Calculating Intervals
    • Session 2 - Multiplication, Division & Fractions
      * Formal Methods of Long Multiplication
      * Formal Methods of Long Division
      * Brackets & Order of Operations
      * Common Factors of Numbers, and Prime Numbers
    • Session 3 - Fractions (including decimals and percentages)
      * Fractions as Numbers
      * Adding, Subtracting and Multiplying Fractions
      * Converting Fractions to Common Denominators
      * Converting Decimals to Fractions
      * Equivalent Fractions, Decimals and Percentages
    • Session 4 - Ratio and Proportion
      * Relative Size of Quantities. Problem solving
      * Scaling Shape by an Integer Factor
      * Finding Missing Values of Scaled Shapes
      * Scaling Length, Area and Volume
      * Linking Degrees in a Circle to Percentages, Fractions and Decimals
    • Session 5 - Measurement
      * Converting Units
      * Metric and Imperial Conversions
      * Time Conversion
      * Compound Units
      * Perimeter, Area and Volume
    • Session 6 - Geometry
      * Properties of Shapes
      * Identifying Shapes
      * Measuring Angles
      * Angles in Shapes
      * Circles, Radius, Diameter & Pi
    • Session 7 - Geometry - Position and Direction
      * Grids, Quadrants and Coordinates
      * Translations
      * Reflections and Lateral Inversion
    • Session 8 - Statistics & Algebra
      * Categoric Data Recording
      * Quantitative Data/ Continuous Variables
      * Reading Tables
      * Mean / Average Values
      * Equations
      * Number Sequences
      * Solving Algebraic Equations
    • Examples and Teaching Strategies for all of the above.
    • Added Bonus - 2016 Maths SATS Paper Analysis

    • 3 Seminars breaking down each of the 2016 KS2 Maths SATs papers
      A curriculum match and analysis linking the questions back to the programmes of study for each year group with examples.

    Any Questions?
    Please call 0844 277 9569
    or email us

    2016 DFE Standards for Teachers' Professional Development

    Professional development should have a clear focus on improving and evaluating pupil outcomes

    We have clearly outlined course outcomes and goals and evaluate participants’ prior knowledge in order to ensure progression. Course tasks are designed to help participants evaluate impact on themselves, their school and the pupils.

    Professional development should be underpinned by robust evidence and expertise

    Course content is developed in line with current thinking and is thoroughly researched by our expert tutors. Course tasks are designed not only to fit in around participants day to day teaching, but also to link teacher practice to pupil experiences and outcomes. Task feedback and support is given to reinforce impact evaluation of teachers practice and the wider implication for pupils and the school. All our courses are independently evaluated to ensure intended outcomes and quality.

    Professional development should include collaboration and expert challenge

    Our eLearning environment and the content of the seminars and tasks is structured to encourage participants collaboration, tutor support and to challenge existing methods in order to develop more informed practice and better pupil outcomes.

    Professional development programmes should be sustained over time

    The online delivery and course models we use in our training ensures content and the learning experience is delivered over a period of time. Support and Mentoring is available throughout the duration of the course and course materials and seminars are available for an extended period after the course finishes.

    Professional development must be prioritised by school leadership

    The course outcomes outlined in our Individual Learner Plans help participants plan and collaborate with leaders in order to develop on-going professional development strategies and plans. Our tasks and course feedback provides evidence to show school leaders and to provide forward planning for participants professional development and practices.

    Accessing the Course

    Access to the course materials and eLearning area is for a 12 month period, tutor support for 1 term. There are 8 online seminars each lasting approximately one hour. Although we encourage candidates to attend the seminars live, they are recorded and uploaded for all candidates. If candidates are unable to attend the seminar they can watch the recording and ask any questions via email. This format enables candidates to access the training at a time of their choosing. The tasks are planned to fit in with teachers’ work requirements. There is a forum area allowing participants to share information and ask questions. To access the eLearning site and online seminars you require a computer with internet access and speakers / headphones, or a smartphone or tablet with the relevant apps installed.

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    Access on a computer, tablet or mobile device

    Course Tutor


    You will be working with our maths specialist, Phil Howarth BSc PGCE. Phil is an Applied Physicist and has taught KS3, 4&5 Physics for over 30 years. He has taught GCSE & A Level Mathematics and been involved in 1 on 1 Maths booster lessons for pupil premium students in Years 7 and 8. Phil has also been involved in teacher training for his whole career, and more recently has been a examiner for one of the National Exam Boards.


    I have enjoyed the seminars and they have taught me a little on how to teach objectives in a different way. I have been able to incorporate a few of these in my classes (the children really enjoy the fact that I have to do homework too and like it when I share it with them). Thank you very much.
    Maths for Teaching Candidate 2016

    The support given by the Tutor throughout was excellent. He responded to emails quickly, gave great advice and was hugely encouraging. The seminars were very thorough and the bank of resources that have been provided will come in very useful. (Some already have.)
    Maths for Teaching Candidate 2016

    It has been great to get Phil’s ‘take’ on things and I have certainly learnt a few clever teaching methods along the way, specifically with regard to the new curriculum.
    Maths for Teaching Candidate 2016

    Course Fee *


    • 1 Candidate

    • £ 399.99
    • Delivered over 1 term
    • 8 Online Seminars
    • Personalised Tutor Support, Mentoring and Advice
    • Courses Developed by Experienced Teachers
    • 12 Months - 24/7 Access to Course Materials and Seminars
    • Key Stage 2
    • Assessment Examples
    • Teaching Materials
    • Added Bonus - 2016 SATs Paper Analysis
    • Register

    Any Questions?
    Please call 0844 277 9569
    or email us

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