Looking for teacher tips to help your child learn times tables, a step-by-step guide to finding common multiples or factors or an explanation of how number bonds to 10 work? Our digital primary school teacher can help!
We've just launched TheSchoolRun's interactive tutorials, interactive video guides to primary school topics and techniques.
We currently have more than 35 interactive tutorials suitable for different primary school years, and we’ve done everything to make sure you’ll love them! Teachers created the content, designers brought it to life, parents gave us feedback and kids tested everything for the essential fun factor.
How do TheSchoolRun's interactive tutorials work?
In each tutorial, our digital teacher explains the topic while providing school-approved methods for learning and remembering.
She then gives your child a chance to practise what they’ve learnt by completing on-screen, interactive activities.
It all helps to reinforce what they’ve been doing in school, and allows them to practise in their own time.
You can’t bring the teacher into your kitchen to explain a tricky topic, but this is the next best thing!
Try tutorials out right away!
Subscribe for just £1.97 today for immediate access to all our interactive tutorials. There are 37 maths tutorials published so far (we'll be adding more soon), including long multiplication, multiplying pairs of fractions, finding ten percent of an amount, prime numbers, halves and quarters… and lots of other topics!
When you subscribe, you’ll also have access to everything else we offer on the site: you’ll only pay £1.97 for the first two weeks upfront (nothing more), and if you decide you don’t want the subscription after all, just cancel within those first two weeks and you won’t get charged a penny more.
After you’ve subscribed, you’ll immediately receive a welcome email from us, full of information on how to access the tutorials and everything else on the site.
Tutorials are available to TheSchoolRun subscribers only but here are three you can try for free: