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Big Maths


Big Maths is a teaching method that makes progress in Maths easy and fun for both children and teachers. Schools up and down the United Kingdom and abroad now learn through Big Maths every day and take part in the ‘Big Maths, Beat That!’ challenge every week. 

Big Maths firstly answers the question, ‘How do we get children properly numerate as they journey through school?’ It provides an accurate and simple framework to ensure numeracy progress. This framework is known as CLIC (Counting, Learn Its, It’s Nothing New and Calculation) and its aim is to make new learning easy and obvious to children by cashing in on the timeless natural laws of Maths.

Please look at the links, documentation and, if you can bear it, some of the videos below that show how your child is learning Mathematics in school. 

 

Big Maths; an introduction.

Example of Year 6 multiplication. This is about as hard as it gets!

 




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