Power Maths Summer Home Editions

Essential summer learning - at home or at school

We know that learning this summer term is likely to be blended, with some home and online learning, but increasingly some classroom teaching time too. So how might it be best to ensure students cover the essential summer term maths they need, whether at home or at school?

We’re always keen to help, so we’ve teamed up again with our fantastic colleagues at White Rose Maths to bring you Power Maths Summer Home Edition books. This is a comprehensive learning package to help you make sure that every child has the essential maths skills and understanding they need this summer term.

Ash (Curious)_standing_hand_2What are the Summer Home Editions?

The Home Editions provide a ready-made customized scheme of work for the summer term to minimize disruption and ensure the essential learning is covered, in a clear, accessible and logical order. All content is carefully selected from the DFE recommended* Power Maths scheme ** and neatly aligned with the revised White Rose Maths summer term plans. Following these Home Edition books will help to:

  • consolidate the key number skills and understanding that children have been developing this year
  • introduce essential new learning from term C as a foundation for the next year’s Programme of Study.

This will maximise children’s chance of being September-ready.

How to use at home or at school

The Summer Home Edition books will provide teachers, parents and children with a single, self-contained path to follow through the summer term. With just one write-in book for each year group, from Year 1 to Year 6, this can ease home-school communication about a child’s progress, allowing a teacher or parent to pick up learning exactly where it was last left off.

These clear, attractive and engaging books make maths fun and accessible! All lessons follow a simplified Power Maths format that:

  • inspires enjoyable parent-child learning sessions
  • provides an easy-to-follow structure for in-class teaching, e.g. for teaching assistants

Each lesson is structured as follows: 

  • Discover – an activity designed to enthuse children and prompt curiosity, with full colour images to bring maths to life
  • Share – an explanation of how to solve the Discover question, so parents or teachers can support children
  • Practice – two pages of practice questions for students to complete in the book, to secure understanding and help children to get confident with each topic!

These books would be great to use alongside the White Rose Maths home learning videos.

Please note: If you are following the White Rose Maths summer plans, these books start from Week 3 of the summer term to allow time for you to order books and for delivery.

How to order

Available from the White Rose Maths website, the Power Maths Summer Home Editions can be delivered to parent/carers home addresses for you or delivered in bulk to your school. They are also available for parents to puchase independently.

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Power Maths Schools

These Summer Home Editions ensure that you cover the essential new content for the summer term plus a recap of critical content from previous terms. The alternative route that these plans follow is available to Power Maths user schools here and they fully align to the new, suggested White Rose Maths summer term plans. The lessons are all drawn from Power Maths and consist of key new knowledge from Textbook and Practice Book C and topics from previous books that are essential building blocks for starting the Autumn term. This is an alternative route through the Power Maths content that supports home learning - ensuring your pupils are not missing the essential prerequisite knowledge and can start in September without key knowledge gaps.

 

*Power Maths KS1 and KS2 have been judged by the DfE panel to meet the core criteria for a high-quality textbook.

** If your children have already completed pages from Power Maths this year then they may have already done the work outlined in the book.

 

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