Prioritise Basic Skills.
Houses Aren’t Built on Sand.

Basic Skills form the foundations upon which all learning is built. Big Maths identifies a chronological progression that ensures Basic Skills are embedded and guarantees new learning is doable and easy for the teacher to identify, teach and track.

We call this progression CLIC and it will transform your children’s outcomes.

Counting

Learn Its

It’s Nothing New

Calculation

A Big Maths Lesson. Step by Step.

Choose Your Learning Steps.

A CLIC session usually lasts for 20 minutes with 5 minutes being spent on each area of Counting, Learn Its, It’s Nothing New and Calculation.

CLIC sessions are either extended into whole lessons, or are used as high impact fluency lesson-starters prior to giving input.

Develop Your Subject Knowledge.

Every learning step in the Big Maths framework has in-depth teacher notes. These notes offer teachers expert advice with tips on how to introduce the step and guidance on what to look out for as you teach your lesson. We ensure every teacher in school is teaching with the confidence and focus seen in the most experienced teachers.

Download Resources.

No lesson would be complete without a comprehensive set of resources.

Big Maths has over 3,200 resources linked to steps throughout the framework allowing you to differentiate between pupils on the same step.

We Cover The Rest Too.

When used as a starter, the rest of your lesson will be focused on the other skills needed to become fully numerate such as Shape, Amounts, Explaining Data, Fractions etc. That’s why we have extended out framework to include learning steps for every mathematical skill.

Wishing to complement/strengthen a different Mastery approach in school? Alternatively, CLIC can be used as the driving force for children’s numeracy skills, whilst running alongside your current approach.

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Assessment and Tracking

If you haven’t heard of the Big Maths Beat That! Challenges, where have you been? These challenges are free and have been downloaded over 20,000 times!

The children think it’s so fun that it must be for them, little do they know, it’s for you. Each question is linked to a step of learning so you know exactly which step each child has secured and the gaps they have in their learning. These challenges allow you to access a number of reports that show both the attainment and progress of a class.

Want Access to All This and More?

We have packed tons of features into the Big Maths website so that you can put your maths lessons together with ease. Every teacher in your school will benefit from this simple system allowing you and your colleagues to focus on teaching your young mathematicians.

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Access to Your Curriculum Planning

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Teacher Notes for All Steps

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Access to Thousands of Resources

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Create Personal Lesson Plans

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Beat That! Challenges Online

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Keep Track Easily & Efficiently

Supporting You
on Your Big Maths Journey.

We know the support a school needs when implementing a new approach. That’s why for the last 12 years we have been on hand to help schools in anyway we can. You can call or email us at any time and we will go above and beyond to help you as part of our ongoing promise of support.

Training
for Consistency.

The Big Maths website offers huge value for any school but if you are looking for a consistent whole school approach to teaching maths, then Big Maths training is the way to go.

This training will give your teachers everything they need to begin teaching Big Maths with clarity and confidence.

Why Do Schools Use Big Maths?

Don’t just take our word for it. We have Big Maths partner schools located throughout the UK and their stories showcase the impact Big Maths can have on standards.

Herbert Thompson
Primary School

Sir John Barrow
Primary School

Langley Green
Primary School