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My Portal is your personal area on MyMaths, where you can complete homework, view your results and see feedback from your teacher.
After logging in to your school MyMaths account, you can log in to My Portal from the top right of the screen using your personal username and password. If you don't know what these are, please talk to your teacher.
You can see all the homework your teacher has set you in the My Homework tab. Clicking on My Feed gives you notifications about all the activity on your account, including recent achievements, new work that has been set, and any messages and feedback from your teacher. Remember to check this area regularly! To see your results, click on My Results.
You can view lessons and attempt homework before logging in to My Portal from the MyMaths Library, but any results will not be saved. If you want to complete extra work that has not been set, it is still best to log in to My Portal so that your results are saved for you and your teacher.
When you first log in to My Portal, you will see a list of all the homework that your teacher has set you. If you click on one of the tasks, you will be given the option to open the lesson or go straight to the homework.
If you would like to go through the topic again before attempting the homework, open the lesson. Once you feel confident, open the homework.
Each homework has two question pages. You can move between the pages using the buttons on the left. Once you have answered all the questions on a page, click on Mark it. MyMaths will mark your work instantly and give you a result. when you have finished the last page of questions and clicked Mark it, a window will appear asking you to check out. Click the Checkout tab on the left hand side to see a summary of your scores.
If you would like to attempt the task again click Next. You can attempt each homework as many times as you like and only your best score for each page of questions will be recorded.
Yes. When you log in to My Portal, you will have access to the whole MyMaths library. You can look through all of the resources here and try homework tasks even if your teacher has not set them for you.
When you log in to My Portal, click on My Results in the left hand menu.
Here you will see a list of your results. You can sort your results using the filter in the top right of the screen.
The red, yellow and green stars indicate how well you did. Click on a topic to see a breakdown of your marks for each task.
You have to option to revisit the lesson or try the homework again if you wish.
Click on Rate this to let your teacher know how you found the homework.
MyMaths is completely online, so all you need is an Internet connection and a web browser like Internet Explorer, Firefox or Google Chrome.
To ensure that it works correctly, you should check that you have updated your web browser (for Internet Explorer please make sure it is version 11 or above) and that you have installed an up-to-date version of Flash.
You can also use Android tablets and mobile devices for MyMaths. If you are using an iPad or other non-Flash device then you will need to download the free Puffin Academy app in order to access the MyMaths website.
Over the last few months, various browsers have stopped supporting Flash by default. This means that some MyMaths content may be blocked by your browser. To ensure that MyMaths is able to run correctly on your computer, please ensure that you have Flash installed and enabled in your browser settings. Please visit the link below for a step-by-step guide on enabling Flash:
If after following the step-by-step guide you are still experiencing issues, please contact us and state what browser and version you are using and include a screenshot of any error messages you are receiving.
If you are using MyMaths on a tablet, you can use the site through the free Puffin Academy app to access MyMaths and open content. The Puffin Academy app is available for download on Android and Apple tablet devices. Please see our YouTube tutorial video for instructions on installing the app.
We are working on a solution that will allow us to move away from Flash-based content. You can find the latest information here.