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Teaching and Learning Early Years Foundation Stage

This Teachers TV video examines how learning for both nursery and reception children at Great Barr Primary School is supported by careful observation and planning.

Lower Phase Leader Amanda McKenna believes that mathematics should be fun and part of everyday experiences. Independent, play-based experiences...

How Do They Do It in Hungary?

This Teachers TV video looks at Hungary which has a successful approach to teaching primary mathematics, with Hungarian students featuring highly in international rankings.

There are no national tests or league tables in Hungary. Their approach appears to be formal and traditional, but their lessons are...

A Lesson on Shapes

In this Teachers TV video, Year Two teacher Pritti Poole engages students by beginning her mathematics lesson on shapes with a game. Pritti then splits the class into ability groups for the main activities. Students draw and record shapes with right angles, make 3D shapes and sort pictures into straight and curved...

Talk for Maths

This video resource from Teachers TV looks at Greenside primary school in Tameside, which has succeeded in improving mathematics School Attainment Target (SAT) results over the past year by introducing a whole school approach to the subject. Teachers now include mathematics across the school day with daily mental...

Making Maths Real

Headteacher Maggie Hastie and her team at Weeke Primary School share their enthusiastic approach to making mathematics fun in this Teachers TV video.

A number of teachers in the school have become mathematics specialists and are mentors for other staff members in order to raise standards.

Students...

Maths for the Terrified: Involving Parents

This Teachers TV video shows how one primary school engaged with parents to support mathematics. Wylde Green Primary School, Sutton Coldfield invites parents to mathematics workshops with their children, where they learn to use consistent methods and techniques to positively support mathematics at home. The school...

Mathematical Development

This Teachers TV video looks at how Troedyrhiw Infant School, a pilot school for the new Foundation phase, is encouraging mathematical development in their nursery and reception classes. Teachers Rebecca Fowler and Claire Lloyd have set out a number of different mathematics activities inside and outside the...

Maths at Melcombe Primary School

Uncut Classrooms is a Teachers TV series in which an entire lesson is recorded and shown unedited, providing a resource would would be technically difficult for schools to capture. It is intended to help develop classroom observation skills.

Teacher Kerry Lee introduces the video of her lesson, explains the...

Early Years Engineering: How do they do it in Germany?

This Teachers TV video shows how Germany aims to address a shortage of engineers by inspiring students from an early age. Engineering companies are producing teaching resources and training kindergarten teachers to help encourage skills and an interest in science and technology from Early Years upwards.

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Outdoor Learning with Forest School

From Teachers TV, this video shows outdoor learning, organised by a Forest School leader. This approach encourages an appreciation of the natural world, building self-esteem and confidence by regularly visiting special woodland sites.

The Forest Schools concept originates from Scandinavia, where there has...

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