Maths is one of the most important subjects in a child’s development. Maths helps us think analytically and have better reasoning abilities. Basic mathematics skills are needed in everyday life, and here at the Tuition Club we make sure that our students succeed in gaining those vital skills. We not only include elements of the National Curriculum, but we also integrate problem solving and mental maths activities into our lessons; enabling students to develop their skills whilst also having fun. Excellent knowledge of maths will open many avenues for children, so come and find out how we can support your child in this important subject!

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Key Stage 1 & 2 Syllabus


In order for our students to receive the best support for maths, we only use the best resources that have been rated highly by teachers across the country. For key stages 1 and 2 we use the Evan Moor series as our framework. This series has been designed by Evan Moor to provide a firm foundation in core maths skills.

Also, the bestselling Evan Moor series are used as a planning guide by our teachers, whilst students complete worksheets from the Basic Maths Skills books in class. The practice books enable students to implement what they learn.  Additional books are also used during our maths lessons for key skills practice, which enables students to develop their problem solving, mental arithmetic and non-verbal reasoning skills. We aim to give children the best tutoring possible, which include elements of the national curriculum; as well as other skill building work and syllabus which are effective for children. As we have an active community of home schoolers we aim to facilitate their education using the most effective tools and resources found.



Topic5-6 (Year 1)6-7 (Year 2)
1Numbers to 5
Read and write numbers to 100
2Addition to 5Order and count numbers to 100
3Subtraction to 5Tens and units
42D shapesOdd and even numbers
5PatternsSubtraction 1
6Comparing measuresAdd and subtract 9
7Times- days and seasons10 times table
8Numbers to 10Measuring in centimetres and metres
9Addition to 10 Fractions – a half
10Subtraction to 10 More than, less than
11Knowing when to add or subtract to 10Number sentences using 20
12Addition facts to 10Adding more than 2 numbers
13Doubles and halves Add and subtract 11
14First or last, more or less2 times table
153D shapesStraight lines
16Time – o’clock Fractions – a quarter
17Solving problemsTime – o’clock and half past
18Reading and writing numbers to 20Solving problems
19Ordering numbers to 20 More than, less than and in between
20Tens and unitsCounting in steps
21Counting in steps of 1 and 10 Number sequences
221 or 10 more or lessRounding to the nearest 10
23Counting in steps to 20 Subtraction 2
24Odd and even numbers to 20 5 times table
25Number sequencesDivision
26EstimatingDivision facts
27Time – half pastMoney
28Time – quarter to and quarter past


Topic7-8 (Year 3)8-9 (Year 4)
1Addition and subtraction factsThousands, hundreds, tens and units
4Hundreds, tens and unitsTimes tables
52, 5 and 10 times tablesDivision facts
6Number sequencesMultiplying and dividing by 1 and 10
8Time - 5 minutesMoney
92D shapesTime - analogue and digital
10Pictograms Coordinates
11Multiplication 1Greater than, less than
12Division 1Negative numbers
13Round a number to the nearest 10 or 100Number sequences
14Fractions of circlesMultiplication 1
153 times tablesDivision
17Solving problems Polygons
183D shapesPerimeter
19Bar charts Bar charts
20Multiplication 2Rounding numbers
21Division 2Multiplication 2
22Fractions of numbersTime graphs
234 times tableDecimals
24Sorting dataEstimation
25Mass and capacitySolving problems
26Line symmetryLine symmetry
27Right anglesArea
28Time problems Length, mass, capacity


Topic9-10 (Year 5)10-11 (Year 6)
1Recognising and ordering big numbersNumbers and place value
2Negative numbersNumber sequences and properties
3Addition and subtractionAddition and subtraction
4Multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000Short and long multiplication
5Times tablesTimes tables
6TimeMode, median and mean
9Which operation? Coordinates
10Number BondsNegative numbers
11Rounding numbersMultiplication involving decimals
15AnglesRounding numbers
17MassSolving problems
18AreaLine graphs
20Number sequencesSquare, cube and triangular numbers
21Problems with moneyFactors, multiples and prime numbers
23Multiples and factorsRatio and proportion
24Square numbersPerimeter and area
26Solving problemsShapes
28Line graphsProbability


Key Stage 3 Syllabushttp://www.amazon.co.uk/MyMaths-Key-Stage-Student-Book/dp/0198304498/ref=sr_1_12?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1446223700&sr=1-12&keywords=MY+MATHS

For key stage 3 we follow the brand new MyMaths for KS3 course, which consists of differentiated and levelled student books, workbooks and homework books; all covering the new national curriculum. Students are able to develop their core maths skills through an abundance of practice, as well as develop their reasoning and problem-solving skills. The philosophy of MyMaths is to ‘learn it once and learn it well’, and through coherent progression this will lead to secure and grounded knowledge. Through our support and excellent resources students will build a strong foundation in  KS3 maths, which will prepare them well for further studies in this subject. At the Tuition Club we aim to support home schooling parents in implementing the Two Year Key Stage 3 Project, which gives students the option to complete the three year syllabus over a two year period. However, the implementation of this two year scheme of work is dependant on a child’s ability.


Chapter NumberYear 7 & 8Year 8 & 9
1Whole numbers and decimalsWhole numbers and decimals
2Measures, perimeter and areaMeasures, perimeter and area
3Expressions and formulaeExpressions and formulae
4Fractions, decimals and percentagesFractions, decimals and percentages
5Angles and 2D shapesAngles and 2D shapes
7Whole number calculationsDecimal calculations
9Transformations and symmetryTransformations and scale
11Factors and multiplesPowers and roots
12Constructions and 3D shapesConstructions and Pythagoras
14Decimal calculations3D shapes and trigonometry
15Ratio and proportionRatio and proportion
16Probability Probability
17Everyday mathsEveryday maths
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