Most teachers first encounter Complete Mathematics through the planning and timetabling tools that support teachers as they get to grips with the new curriculum and new GCSE assessment regime. These tools are built with you in mind and adapt to a busy school where change is the norm. Holding all planning documents online and enabling adaptation by dragging and dropping lessons and classes means that these tools are always available and backed up.
Complete Mathematics has a extensive range of materials to support the complete National Curriculum in Maths from age 5 to 16. Our team of maths experts are continuing to update this. These materials along with content uploaded by Complete Mathematics subscribers combine to build an evolving, clearly linked database of resources that suit all teaching approaches.
Teachers are at the heart of Complete Mathematics. We understand that they need on going data about pupil performance in order to develop their teaching programmes but also to provide support for those who are struggling or moving ahead. We also believe strongly that pupils’ own assessment of their development is vital for helping them to become better mathematicians and so we incorporate that throughout Complete Mathematics.
Possibly the most important strand of Complete Mathematics is high quality professional development and support. As a subscriber to Complete Mathematics, your school has access to frequent face-to-face events and a vibrant online community of teachers and educators.