We have added lots of Question Sets across Maths, English, Science, Biology and Physics. Click on the title to preview each Question Sets and the questions within it.
The lbq.org website has been updated to Version 3.5 with new teaching facilities.
Beth Collins is the Assistant Head and Year 6 teacher at the Laurels Primary in West Sussex. When another teacher recommended LbQ on social media, Beth immediately knew she’d found something that would work for her school. Beth and another staff members have now become avid users so we caught up with them to find out why.
The Maths Hubs Network, currently comprising 35 Maths Hubs across England, is to be extended to 37 hubs, with the creation, over the next two years, of two new Maths Hubs: one serving central Lancashire, and one serving Cheshire and the Wirral. In addition, in other Maths Hubs in the North of England, leadership capacity will be extended by the appointment of new, school-based Assistant Maths Hub Leads to widen the geographical reach of each hub.
New Maths, english and Science Question Sets added by LbQ over a two week period.
77% of Secondary school children believe there are ‘maths people’ and 67% don’t think that they are one
In response to National Numeracy Day (May 16th) the teaching and learning platform Learning by Questions * ran a survey with pupils across the UK to see if they could identify the point at which children picked up the cultural myth that there are ‘numbers people’