The scores are in!
In the 2017/18 academic year 108 groups took on Maths on the Move, that is a total of 1,456 children.
77,760 minutes of physically active learning completed and 174,720 maths challenges answered.
Just in case you’re not familiar with Maths on the Move, here’s a quick overview. Simply put, using active learning, Maths on the Move enhances children’s confidence and attainment levels in maths. If you’d like to know a bit more, feel free to visit our dedicated page.
5 questions at the start and 5 questions at the end of a lesson are completed by pupils. Scores were collected and averages across all schools were calculated. The results were:
On a scale of 1 – 10 pupils rate how confident they feel when faced with a maths question.
of pupils reported improved confidence in maths after MOTM.
On average, confidence scores were increased by 21%.
For those pupils with low confidence, MOTM proved particularly beneficial.
|Low confidence score||0 – 4|
|Average confidence score||5 – 7|
|High confidence score||8 – 10|