Rapid Maths - for SEN and struggling learners at KS2 (1st/2nd Level)
Rapid Maths can double your pupils' numerical progress
Rapid Maths will help your struggling learners catch up in maths in a fun and confidence-building way.
Written by expert author Rose Griffiths and containing lots of real-life contexts, lively ideas, personalised support and repeated practice, Rapid Maths can double children’s progress in number skills.
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Why is maths so difficult for some?
Rose Griffiths, Rapid Maths author and lecturer at the University of Leicester’s School of Education, understands why the subject is so difficult for some and believes putting maths into real-life contexts can help pupils catch up. Find out more in Rose's article for NASEN.
Rose has devised The Letterbox Club, a Booktrust national programme which focuses on improving the educational outlook for looked after and other vulnerable children aged 7-11 who need additional support. The Letterbox Club uses Rapid Maths to help children catch up in maths.
Prove that Rapid is working for your school
Buy the Rapid Assessment Handbook - suitable for Rapid Maths, Reading or Writing and track your childrens progress to demonstrate their raised attainment over the course of the invervention!
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From Rapid Maths Pupil Book, Level 4
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5 x Pupil Maths books
5 x Home Maths books
5 x Teaching Guides
5 x Copymasters
5 x Games Packs
1 x Practice Software CD
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"I have been impressed by the progress made by pupils using the Rapid Maths programme… Most teachers have found the multi-sensory resources easy to use and very appealing to their students. The pupils themselves have developed in self-confidence and many are beginning to enjoy maths for the first time."
Carol Rushworth-Little, Learning Support Teacher - Maths Specialist, Worcs LA
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