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Times Tables Rockstars

Term 3 competition winners!

 

In term 3, each class were challenged to increase their 'days played'. There were first, second and third place winners from each class as well as a winning class. Well done to all the children for making an effort to increase the amount they played which helps to improve their speed and accuracy.

 

The results are in.....

 

Winning class: 

Empire- improved by an average of 12 days.

 

Discovery:

1st- Elsie (improved by 14 days)

2nd- Layla (improved by 13 days)

3rd- Joyce (improved by 12 days)

 

Bramley:

1st- Harlen, Joe and Katie (improved by 11 days)

2nd- Oscar and Lexi (improved by 10 days)

3rd- Dylan (improved by 9 days)

 

Russet:

1st- Milana (improved by 15 days)

2nd- Nathan (improved by 14 days)

3rd- Lottie (improved by 12 days)

 

Spartan:

1st- Kyrah (improved by 29 days)

2nd- Tommy (improved by 26 days)

3rd- Tasanee (improved by 23 days)

 

Empire:

1st- Michael (improved by 22 days)

2nd- Oceane (improved by 18 days)

3rd- Analiese (improved by 16 days)

 

 

Times Tables Rockstars can be accessed both in school and at home to support each child to develop their fluency and recall of their times tables and opposite division facts. 

 

When it comes to times tables, speed AND accuracy are important – the more facts a child remembers, the easier it is for them to do harder calculations. Times tables are fundamental to many maths topics and by knowing times tables facts fluently, it frees up working memory which can be used to develop reasoning skills.  

Times Table Rock Stars is a fun and challenging programme designed to help pupils master the times tables. To be a Times Table Rock Star you need to answer any multiplication fact up to 12×12 in less than 3 seconds!

All children from Year 2 will have been given a login for the website by their class teacher.  If your child is having difficulty logging on please speak to their class teacher. We will be running competitions throughout the year to encourage children to push themselves and challenge their peers.

 

A national multiplication check has been introduced in Year 4. Children should know all times tables up to 12 x 12 by the end of Year 4. For more information on this please read the information for parents document. 

Children will be taught explicit lessons in school; however teachers would appreciate help from parents in ensuring children are fluent with this as they will only have 6 seconds to answer each question! The Soundcheck game simulates this check.

 

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