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North Cheshire Jewish Primary School

North Cheshire

Jewish Primary School

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White Rose Maths Parent Resources

At NCJPS, we follow the White Rose Scheme of Learning in mathematics.  White Rose provides some fantastic printable resources to support learning at home:


For home learning activities, videos and activities linked to your child's current maths topic, please see the Weekly Digest.


(Don't forget that you can download your 'Times Table Practice and Guidance Booklets' and 'Times Tables in School Oxford Owls Booklet' both below.)


These short videos were originally produced to provide primary school pupils with interactive lessons while they were learning at home. Parents or teachers can now use them in school or at home, but it is important that, within each batch, they are set in the suggested order. Most lessons are between 15 to 20 minutes long, each ending with suggested follow-up tasks.





Read as much as possible. Don’t forget to go to the library or a book shop and choose some ‘real’ books to read that you are interested in. Follow the link to a list of suitable books.

These books are for varying abilities and some may be unsuitable for your child at their current reading stage. Please also see the Best Book guide on the booktrust site which gives an indication of how old the child needs to be to read the book themselves.

Learning @ Home


Homework will be placed on the website where ICT links / templates etc have been given to aid or enhance the children's work.


Please explore this wonderful Hampshire Fire Service website which has information on the history of the fire service and advice on fire safety in the home. Anything that you can print out from this website we can put into your history book to give current knowledge on the changes to the fire fighting since 1666.




Access the websites and complete the sentences with the correct homophone ‘there’ ‘their’ or they’re’. This is quite tricky. Play the homophone memory pairs game. Please relearn any spellings or meanings that you were unsure of in the homophone test we had this week.