Have you ever wondered why we learn maths? This interesting article explores why we teach math the way we do: “Why these topics? Why in this order? Why in this way?” Houman Harouni, who teaches at Harvard University believes history may offer us the best answer to these questions. HarouniRead More →

Google introduces new updates to Search and Lens to help students solve trickier problems. This update makes it easier to learn how to solve complex math problems. Students would simply type the equation or word problem into the Search bar, or take a photo of the problem using Google Lens,Read More →

Duolingo is well known as a language learning app, but it has launched a new app called Duolingo Math which comprises of thousands of five-minute lessons, all visually appealing with a gamified interface. The app, which is only available for iOS at the time of writing, aims to help studentsRead More →

Resources and support for teachers of Early Years through to Post 16. There is something for all teachers on the NRICH site. If you are an Early Years practitioner, you will find activities, articles and useful documents and well as support for your own professional development. If you are aRead More →

The Met Office has an array of free resources to help pupils discover maths, science and more through weather and climate.  All of the resources are curriculum-linked and will help pupils to understand the effects of weather and climate on their community, either as a one-off activity or as partRead More →