This year, our school will be working towards an exciting maths award called ‘Liverpool Counts Quality Mark’.
The aims of the award are to promote a positive attitude towards maths and show how important maths is in school and at home.
We will also be looking at how maths is relevant in everyday life, in the home and at work.
There are many ways you can help at home. Involve your child in activities such as shopping, paying bills, cooking and baking, decorating and any other activities that will help to develop their maths skills and show them how much maths is used in everyday life. The possibilities are endless.
Try this website for ideas.
This website helps with teaching young people about money.
The 'Personal Finance Education Group' https://www.pfeg.org/ are a registered charity whose aim, in their own words is, "We are here to help those teaching young people about money. We empower young people to develop financial skills in preparation for work and life".
They produce 'Get Money Smart' posters which you can download from the section below.
Click here for more information.