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Teaching Resources


There are many sorts of teaching resources: here we have pulled together a number of Schemes of Work and Lesson Plans, and we also have a selection of free online resources and websites that you may find useful, either as a teaching resource, or for your own professional development.

You may also be looking for our National Curriculum Resource Tool:

National Curriculum Resource Tool

  Nrich
A fascinating site for pupils, students and teachers. The best part of the site is probably the interactive activities aimed at both primary and secondary age but there are also ideas, problems, investigations and suggested...
03 September 2007 09:31 by ncetm_administrator viewed 2477 times


  Scottish Mathematics Curriculum
This collection of resources and links is organised according to the Scottish maths curriculum but the site has a facility for matching to England's curriculum as well.
02 September 2007 20:35 by ncetm_administrator viewed 2100 times


  Mathszone
A collection of free internet links and resources for teaching Maths in Primary Schools.
01 September 2007 13:04 by ncetm_administrator viewed 1740 times


  Mathsisfun
A good all-round site. The main content of the site is aimed at basic math skills. However you will find some more complex stuff, and some easier bits. Hopefully there should be something for everybody.
31 August 2007 11:54 by admin2 viewed 1887 times


  NZ Maths
A New Zealand Ministry of Education website covering areas such as algebra, geometry, measurement, number, problem-solving, and statistics. There are also many resources and useful links. The extensive newsletter archive includes severl articles covering a...
30 August 2007 11:17 by ncetm_administrator viewed 1868 times

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