Breathes life into the Australian Curriculum.
Primary Maths breathes life into the Australian Curriculum by providing a series of mathematics activities that encourage students to think about situations and problems, talk to others about their ideas and develop their own strategies as confident learners. Primary Maths is based on the philosophy that students learn mathematical skills and concepts in everyday life as they interact with their environment and the people around them.
The perfect tool to help prepare students for national assessment.
The Primary Checkpoints series is designed to provide ready-made stimulating activities for students in a wide variety of subject areas. The activities and questions are presented in a way that familiarises students with a variety of assessment formats and are ideal for class work or homework.
A lively introduction to Latin for children aged 7 and over.
Join in the fun with Minimus! Follow the antics of Flavius, Minimus, Vibrissa the cat and their Roman family. Roman and Greek myths are intertwined with the family's story, along with photos of artefacts from Roman digs to bring the culture of Roman Britain to life.
The sequel to the unique and successful course, Minimus: Starting out in Latin.
Minimus: Starting out in Latin enables 10-13 year olds to build on their Latin language skills. It combines the teaching of Latin vocabulary and grammar with a fascinating insight into the culture of Roman Britain.
Designed to foster understanding and mastery of mathematics in every student
ICE-EM Mathematics Third Edition is designed to develop a strong foundation in mathematics for every student in Years 5 to 10/10A, and now offers a new level of digital support for teaching, learning, assessment and reporting.
Developed by the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI), ICE-EM Mathematics helps students of all abilities to understand and master mathematics beyond the curriculum while building strong foundation skills.
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