From here they can select the areas of maths they would like to work on.
On the left hand side (near the top) you have a drop-down menu from which you need to select National Curriculum (Eng.).
On the next page your child should enter their personal username and password in the My Portal box.
School and personal usernames and passwords were given to individual children last half term in a letter.
If you want to work with your child, an effective strategy is to pretend that you have forgotten how to do something and ask them to show you how.
Putting your child in the position of “teacher” is good for their confidence and gets them to talk about their thinking. Finally, your child (or you) can “have a go” with any activities by logging in with the school username and password only (without their personal portal) and then searching any activities/areas they wish to practise. Dear Parents We would like to introduce to you our school reading and mathematics programme that joins books with e Books and includes on-line maths games.This should help them to structure their maths work and enable you to see how they are progressing.The following information will help you support your child in accessing and using My Maths.Then, go to ‘Library’ and select the area of mathematics you wish to work on.You will then find a large number of topics and lessons, but need to choose the topics from your child’s year group.At this point, they should log in with their own details so that the work can be recorded and logged under their name.We will be learning about the Geography of theme parks and their location in the UK and beyond.We will be becoming engineers who will design, create and evaluate our own fairground rides.We will also be developing our mastery of sketching with charcoal through our learning about caricatures.The worksheet has normally got two pages (tabs on the left hand side), after which the child clicks ‘Mark it’.When both pages are completed, children then need to click ‘Check out’ and only then should they close.