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Maths Makes Sense

A transformational approach for consistently high standards in maths

Maths Makes Sense

A transformational approach for consistently high standards in maths

Maths Makes Sense offers a whole-school approach that transforms children's understanding and enjoyment of maths.

  • Perfectly in line with the key aims of the 2014 National Curriculum, with high expectations for all.
  • Deep conceptual understanding using a learning system of concrete objects, actions and vocabulary.
  • Supported by a programme of sustained professional development from Richard Dunne Maths Training.


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Richard Dunne
Series Consultant

Series contains:

  • Teaching and pupil materials for Foundation to Year 6
  • Supportive Handbooks and In the Classroom DVD, offering practical guidance
  • Easy-to-use software for the interactive whiteboard
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Extraordinary results with Maths Makes Sense (video)

Hear two schools explain their success with Maths Makes Sense

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Schools minister visits MMS Advocate School

Nick Gibb visited St Martin's C Of E Primary School and hailed their success with Maths Makes Sense


  • "Pupils find Maths Makes Sense inspiring and are able to approach mathematical concepts with a greater understanding. Parents are delighted with the progress of their children and appreciate the consistent approach the school takes. Teachers are able to understand and teach maths more successfully at a basic level which has enabled them to implement more complex mathematics with the children."

    Helen Nicholson, Head Teacher, Stanton School, Milton Keynes

Maths Makes Sense
Oxford School Improvement