Both **White Rose Maths** and **BBC Bitesize** provided Daily Lessons for students studying at home earlier this year and both are continuing to support students studying at home as well as in school.

If we look at **Home Learning** from White Rose Maths we see that they are continuing to produce excellent daily ‘home learning’ lessons for Years 1 to 9 (UK ages 6 to 14). Each lesson has a very clear video to help students complete the activity.

I had a close look at a White Rose lesson on Perimeter in **this post**; note that you can still see the **Summer Term Archive** so can access earlier lessons. This particular lesson came from **Year 7, Week 5** (scroll down for earlier weeks).

Remember that **Nicola Whiston** has a superb collection of Knowledge Organisers which follow the **White Rose Schemes of Learning**, she is sharing the collection **here**, via Dropbox. My post on Knowledge Organisers has proved very popular, note the new Featured Posts menu on the right to make this easier to find.

From **BBC Bitesize**, new for this Autumn term are the collections of hand-picked videos, articles, games and quizzes for primary and secondary students, also available are new Primary Catch-Up Lessons. If we look at ‘**This Term’s Topics**‘ we can then choose a Year and then a subject. Choosing Year 7 Maths for example leads to **this collection** which includes many of the daily lessons as well as other resources. Note that new topics and lessons are being added to these resources. For an example of a Daily lesson, check this on **Perimeter** mentioned in the post mentioned earlier on the White Rose and BBC resources. Note the additional resources including a comprehensive worksheet from Pearson for which answers are provided.

More valuable resources can be found on the new **NCETM** website. Check the **section for the new school year** which provides a range of lesson-planning and professional development resources for primary and secondary teachers. Further resources will be added during the term. The resources **here** for example concentrate on key mathematical ideas important for pupils whose summer term in Year 6 was disrupted by the lockdown.

On the subject of Transition, at the other end of secondary education, a reminder of the excellent **resources from amsp** designed for students to make the transition from GCSE to AS and A level Mathematics. Six sets of resources are available, each set includes either written worked solutions, video solutions or links to websites.