Welcome to the BRW Maths page!

Here you’ll find useful links, videos, downloads and blogs about everything Maths related!

## CALLING ALL MATHEMATICIANS!

It’s the Mathletics November Numeracy Challenge in less than two weeks! This is a competition on the ‘Live’ section of Mathletics. The competition will run […]

## How to do the KFC method in Maths!

Look at Jose’s incredible fraction division help video! Do you want to know how to do the ‘KFC’ method in maths? Well, this video is […]

## Perfecting Percentages!

This week, we have a ‘Math’s Masterclass’ from Merex! This blog will teach you how to find out how to find a percentage of ANY […]

## MATHS TUTORIAL: What are Cubed Numbers? By Aiden

Here is the next installment in Aiden’s extremely useful maths vlogs! Cubed numbers! What are they? How are they created? Do you know what […]

## MATHS TUTORIAL: Square Numbers Explained, by Aiden!

What’s a square number? How are they created? Let’s see if Aiden can explain these questions… Do you know what the first square numbers […]

## MATHS TUTORIAL: Short Multiplication, by Aiden!

Take a look at Aiden’s demonstration video on short multiplication. I think Year 4 and Year 5 will have a good idea of how to […]

## MATHS TUTORIAL: Column subtraction, by Aiden!

Need a reminder to help you subtract larger numbers? Here’s Aiden to the rescue! Take a look at his column subtraction tutorial! How confident are […]

## MATHS TUTORIAL: Long Multiplication by George!

In follow up to Dena’s long multiplication tutorial, take a look at this tutorial video created by George! He is an expert at long multiplication! […]

## NSPCC Co-ordinate Math Challenge!

Co-ordinate Challenge In this challenge, you need to use your knowledge to work out the new co-ordinates for this shape. What are the […]

## NSPCC Number Day Challenge!!

I am going to challenge you with a mixture maths challenges on this magical maths day! 1) (8×3) + 3 2) 5670 x 59 3) […]

USEFUL LINKS:

The following PDFs exemplify BRW’s calculation policy. There is no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ method – these are working documents that detail just* some* of the calculation methods followed in school. Children are encouraged to use a range of methods that explore number and calculations and that work successfully for them.

Eventually, with time and practice, children should become ‘fluent’ in their calculations, being able to identify the most efficient methods for a range of number sentences.