Whole School Maths
To help all children learn and become fluent using their times tables facts we have the 99 club challenge which lets them earn stickers and badges.
As so many children were successful we now have the bronze, silver, gold and platinum awards to challenge further.
To help your child see below the awards list for ideas and web sites:
We now have 62 members of the 99 club, well done to:
(year 6) Angel, Tom, Sam, Jacob, Zayd, Isaac, Owen, Sean, Subhan, Owen, Jerry, Jackie, Jasmin A, Francis, Eva M, Nadia, Arham, Charlie, Jasmin R, Leo, Jasper, Isaac, Faraz, Alex, Jordan, Tahlia, Pinder, Heidi, Phoebe, Eva K, Diya
(year 5) Calvin, Randall, Luca, Emmanuel, Clement, Shavaze, Molly, Rosie, David, Aahil, DaVon, Sian, Phoebe, Ali, QiQi, Amelia, Zainah, Isobel, Natan, Aahil, Briony
(year 4) Silva, Aaya. Joshua, Keisha, Areeba, Ryan, Lucy, Connor, Tommy
(year 3) Emily
(Year 6) Jacob, Sam, Diya, Subhan, Isaac, Leo, Jasmin A, Jasmin R, Jackie, Faraz, Alex, Pinder, Jordan, Arham
(Year 5) Clement, Aahil, Shavaze, Amelia, DaVon, Phoebe, Ali, Luca B-T, Molly, Rosie
(Year 4) Aaya, Silva, Areeba, Keisha, Joshua, Lucy, Ryan
(Year 3) Emily
(Year 6) Jacob, Sam, Tom, Diya, Angel, Arham, Ben, Nadia, Sean, Subhan, Faraz, Jasmin A
(Year 5) Clement, Aahil
(Year 4) Aaya, Silva, Areeba, Keisha, Ryan, Joshua
(Year 6) Jacob, Sam, Angel, Tom, Diya, Arham
(Year 5) Clement
To join the ‘clubs’ and be awarded stickers, correctly answer the questions in 6 minutes ~ the number of questions to be answered corresponds with the club name.
‘11 club‘ ~ questions from the 2x table
‘22 club‘ and ‘33 club’ ~questions from 2x, 5x and 10x tables
’44 club’ and ’55 club’ ~ questions from 2x, 5x, 10x, 3x, 4x, 8x tables. Questions from 55 club on-wards include divisions based on the tables.
‘66, 77, 88 and 99 clubs‘ ~ questions from 2x to 12x tables (multiplication and division).
To help your child learn their tables say them forwards and backwards with them in order e.g one two is two, two twos are four, three twos are six. Saying them in this way helps them answer division questions: how many twos in six? Two twos are six.
Would a worksheet be useful? – click below:times tables games and worksheets
When they get confident ask them at random.
Remember 5 – 10 minutes a day is the best way to learn.
Try out the fun web sites below to help speed up times tables:
Hit the Button
Bamzooki multiplication and division
Times Tables Grids
mad4maths 8x table game