Today I sent out a reminder password. Thank you so much to all the children who have been on my maths. I have also set some new tasks as a couple of children have finished them all! If you are having trouble accessing at home let us know and we can see if we can help. Thank you for your continued support.
How to access
MyMaths Go to http://www.mymaths.co.uk and login at the top of the page with the school’s username and password. On the next page your child should enter their personal username and password in the My Portal box. MyMaths will then remember who they are and automatically log them in to the tasks.
The school username is: phill
The school password is: homework
Your personal username is: Was sent home on a letter.
Your personal password is: Was sent home on a letter.
If your child has been set a task by us it will appear in the Homework area. There is a link to the lesson if they want to revise first, and a link to the homework itself. When your child completes both pages of an Online Homework the scores will be saved to the database. We will be able to see how well they did and leave feedback. If a green star appears next to a topic, they have good skills in that area. If an amber star appears they still have some difficulties. If a red star appears they need to go back and relearn the topic. Get them to try the lesson again or ask us for extra help.
If you want to work with your child, an effective strategy is to pretend that you have forgotten how to do something and ask them to show you how. Putting your child in the position of “teacher” is good for their confidence and gets them to talk about their thinking. If you have any questions on using MyMaths at home, visit our dedicated support site. You can access this at any time by clicking Help at the top of the screen.
Having trouble accessing MyMaths?
If no links are working, it may be that you have a Pop Up Blocker.You will need to allow MyMaths to use Pop Ups and we suggest that you add http://www.mymaths.co.uk to your list of trusted sites. If you are having trouble accessing content, it may be that you need to activate Flash in your browser.You can find more information on this in the technical section of our support site by clicking Help at the top of the screen after you’ve logged in.
Today maths homework went home and there is a maths fractions game on my maths that will support this. Please have a go at accessing my maths.
I have set some more homework on my maths I had noticed some people had completed all of the activities I had set. Thank you that is brilliant! Please let me know if you have and want some more. I did notice some people still haven’t accessed any! Please let me know if you need support.
These two 247 learning clips should help with this week’s maths homework. We will use them in the lessons this week. Please use the clips to remind the children of the correct method.
Today we sent home a clock to make and I would like the children once they have made the clock to practice telling the time over the holidays. Once they have perhaps done an activity, for example, had breakfast. They could make the time on the clock and write down the time. Please don’t return the clocks but please return the times that they have correctly identified.
This week’s maths homework. Homework (1)
We have been learning how to use our knowledge of tables and inverse to solve multiplication and division problems.