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2024 Events

June 2024

We are hosting an open morning for schools who are interested in using the Maths No Problem approach in their school. Follow the link below if you would like to attend.

12th February 2024

On Monday the 12th of February, Teach First students from High Tunstall Secondary School came to spend a day looking at Maths, with a main focus on Key Stage 2. They observed a Year 5/6 lesson, TTRS in Year 4 and observed two intervention groups. Finally, they ended the day with a Q&A session with our Maths coordinators. 

February 2024

Due to now being a Maths No Problem accredited school, we hosted an online training webinar focusing upon supporting children with SEND to access Maths No Problem. Mr Robinson, Mrs Worth, Mrs Hall and Mrs Johnson all spoke about how Maths No Problem is able to be accessed by all children with a range of SEND needs. The online webinar was a success and it even had a waiting list!

January 2024

Year 2 enjoyed their rockstar day. We had a disco, played on Times Tables Rockstars and created our own avatar.

2023 Events

On Friday 13th of January 2023, Key Stage 1 were Rockstars for the day! All the children enjoyed accessing Times Tables Rockstars, dancing to some rock music and designing their own guitars. It's been great to see the amount of children accessing TTRS at home.

On Tuesday 20th July, we arranged an event based on the Channel 4 television programme ‘Class of Mum and Dad’ (first screened in April, 2018). It was a series in which parents went back to school to study the year six curriculum alongside their own kids. As a result of the experience, parents believed that they had a much-improved understanding of the system and felt more confident about supporting their child’s learning.


In July 2018, we successfully created our own version of this for the current year 6 pupils and their parents. We focused the event on the exciting changes we have made to our mathematics curriculum. The morning was packed with exciting opportunities, such as:

  • Experiencing a Maths: No Problem! lesson (alongside your child) in a pressure-free enjoyable environment;
  • Learning fun strategies to help you children learn maths at home;
  • Enjoying an extended break, allowing you time to enjoy refreshments and break-time activities with your child/ children.

It did not include: tests, pressure to get answers correct or boredom! 

37 parents and 35 children attended the event. Please take time to look at the photographs, quotes and work from the event.