Maths on the Move
Enhancing children’s confidence and attainment in maths.
Maths on the Move is developed by teachers for teachers. It is a unique and innovative programme that uses the concept of physically active learning to enhance children’s confidence and attainment in maths.
The programme covers all learning outcomes of the maths curriculum for KS1 and KS2, is suitable for all abilities and can be tailored to suit the individual requirements of your school
Why Maths on the Move Works
Recent academic research proves that physical activity facilitates brain function through an increase in concentration, accuracy and efficiency – all of which are key components for attaining/success in maths.
Environment for learning
Maths on the Move allows your children to view maths in a different way. The confidence gained through understanding maths in a physically active context pays dividends in the classroom.
Engagement and retention
Children are actively involved in each MOTM lesson – increasing the chance of retaining the knowledge gained and boosting engagement through memorable learning experiences.
How schools use Maths on the Move
Maths on the Move offers an alternative learning environment and is used by Primary and Secondary schools in a variety of ways:
Gifted and talented sessions
School holiday activities
Tracking pupil progress
The impact of Maths on the Move is measured and shared via an online platform and regular reports. This allows your teaching staff to have up to date information on each pupil’s progress ahead of future lessons.
This gives you invaluable data to justify your spend and provide key evidence to Ofsted.
We evaluated the impact of MOTM during
the 2019-20 academic year.
This is what we found.
Maths on the
minutes of physically active learning
Maths challenges answered
How your school can budget for Maths on the Move
You can access funding from several streams to help engage your pupils in Maths on the Move:
PE and School Sport Premium
Addresses key indicators and raises the profile of PE and sports across the school, as a tool for whole-school improvement.
Raise the confidence and attainment of your pupils and ‘close the gap’
Introduce innovative methods and help your pupils achieve national standards in maths.
Catch Up Premium
Utilize small intervention groups to help pupils catch up on missed learning.