Each pupil-facing video is around 5 or 6 minutes in length and is intended to be watched by the adult and pupil together, modelling the use of representations and language. Pause points are provided for discussion and exploration.
The accompanying activities are supplied as editable slide decks with easy-to-use guidance for the adult leading the session, including:
- questions to ask - specific to each activity, with desired answers
- things to look out for - such as common misconceptions for this area and how to address these
- ideas for depth - including discussion-based and practical activities
The activities offer flexibility to fit your school's intervention slots (whether they're 15-minutes or 45-minutes) and to fit the needs of each pupil. Confident pupils may spend fewer sessions on a particular area, whereas others may need multiple sessions to understand and embed key learning.
A diagnostic placement quiz informs the intervention programme route.