Claim all four puzzle packs today
The four brilliant puzzle packs – KS1 and KS2 maths puzzle packs and KS1 and KS2 word puzzle packs– that you can claim today with a 14-day free trial provide you with:
- A brilliant way of boosting key literacy learning skills children need to acquire in primary school.
- Numeracy puzzles that your child will love because they are challenging and exciting (and you'll love because they'll be practising key maths skills).
- PLUS Subscriber access to all the resources on TheSchoolRun, including over 5000 worksheets, learning packs, games, workbooks, activities and more!
Start your trial today and you'll also have instant access to:
Thousands of English, maths and science printable and interactive worksheets.
70+ downloadable workbooks and learning packs.
Learning Journey programmes
Unique learning programmes for every year of primary school.
Personal Account Manager
A Personal Account Manager to help you put together a learning plan tailored to your child's individual learning needs.
Exclusive practice papers and past papers for all primary school tests.
In each interactive tutorial, our digital teacher explains the topic, gives examples and then gets you to complete on-screen tasks.
11+ Preparation Plan
A year-long 11+ preparation plan (196 worksheets in total) with weekly email advice and support.
VIP support group
Private support group for subscribers on Facebook.
What parents say about TheSchoolRun's resources
I spent all the summer holidays looking for a site like yours! Now I've found you. It's all really excellent. I have paid to join, and have spent all morning happily printing out lovely colourful worksheets for my 6-year-old son. He'll be so happy. – Karen, Teddington
At Parents' Evening they highlighted multiplication and division as areas she needed to work on. We used the KS2 Secret Agent Maths puzzle pack to help her revise this topic. She loved the puzzles – I don't think she even realised she was doing maths! – Lynne, Northamptonshire
She loved the puzzles – I don't think she even realised she was doing maths! – Lynne, Northamptonshire