Raising achievement in maths
The rise in GCSE grades has been traced to Thinking Maths lessons in years 7 and 8, according to King's College Professor Michael Shayer . All schools in the pilot cohort witnessed grade improvements, with the proportion of Maths grades A*-C doubling in a quarter of the schools. The new Pack provides a range of activities developed by the Cognitive Acceleration in Mathematics Education project (CAME), proven to raise general levels of achievement.
Read more →