Q. What is MyMaths?
Q. How do I subscribe?
Q. How do I pay for my subscription?
Q. Do you offer discounts?
Q. How does MyMaths support the 2014 Primary National Curriculum?
Q. How does MyMaths support the 2014 KS3 curriculum?
Q. How does MyMaths support the 2015 GCSE curriculum?
Q. I have subscribed to MyMaths, what happens now?
Q. I have a problem with my login and password.
Q. Can I create direct links to MyMaths resources?
Q. What are the technical requirements for MyMaths?
Q. Is MyMaths tablet compatible?
Q. How secure is the data on MyMaths?
Q. What can my school do to improve security around the data on MyMaths?
MyMaths is an online learning platform for schools worldwide. Although we are based in the UK, MyMaths is used in over 70 countries and by over 4 million students a year. We provide access to a range of ready-made lessons and online homework tasks and we are proud that for over 10 years our resources have been proven to raise standards of achievement.
To subscribe to MyMaths, just download and fill in the appropriate application form found on our homepage under the Subscribe tab and return it to us via email, fax or post. We have a number of packages designed to suit the needs of Primary, Middle, Secondary and Special schools all competitively priced and excellent value for money. We also offer a 28 day cancellation period. If you decide MyMaths is not for you in the first couple of weeks, just let us know and we will cancel your subscription at no cost.
We accept payment by cheque or by BACS (bank transfer), and the bank details can be found at the bottom of our invoice. Unfortunately we cannot accept payment by credit card.
MyMaths does not offer any discounts on our subscriptions, but we do provide several different levels of subscription for Primary, Secondary, and Special schools. Please select the one applicable to your school when applying.
We have recently launched a total of 37 new lesson and homework pairs that have been carefully selected in response to feedback from teachers. These lessons and homework tasks focus on areas of the new National Curriculum with which teachers were looking for most support. Topics covered include: formal written methods, Roman numerals, fractions as operators, fraction calculations, time, angles and correspondence problems.
We have supported this release of new work by providing a series of 3 matching charts that clearly illustrate which lessons and homework tasks cover specific objectives from the KS1, Lower KS2 and Upper KS2 Programmes of Study.
Over the course of the year, we will be adding more lessons and homeworks to the site to enhance the coverage of the curriculum even further.
To help with planning and teaching, we have produced a support guide to match existing MyMaths.co.uk resources to the new Programme of Study. In addition, we have published a number of new lessons and homeworks specifically designed for the new curriculum.
Working together with MyMaths, Oxford University Press have also created a brand new 11-14 course designed to work alongside the MyMaths website to help you deliver the new KS3 curriculum. MyMaths for KS3 is fully differentiated to ensure all levels of ability can access the new curriculum and provides clear progression through the KS3 phases. With official MyMaths website reference codes, you can match MyMaths.co.uk resources to your classroom teaching.
To help with planning and teaching as your classes move through KS4, we have released a new Curriculum Selector tool, which allows you to switch between views of the new GCSE and the legacy GCSE. We have also published new content to cover additional topics and extend our coverage of existing topics. Use our planning guide to map MyMaths resources to the new curriculum.
Working together with MyMaths, Oxford University Press has also published resources to support the 2015 Edexcel GCSE and AQA GCSE specifications. The only courses officially powered by MyMaths, they allow you to teach the new specifications alongside the resources you already know.
Four-digit codes at the bottom of the student book pages provide a seamless link to MyMaths Lessons and Homework that cover the same topic – and the online digital versions of the student books take you straight there at the click of a button.
Once you have subscribed to MyMaths we will send you a confirmation email including your login credentials. You will receive a first level username and password which you input into the MyMaths homepage to access the library, including all resources appropriate to your subscription level such as lessons, homework tasks and games.
To login as a teacher click on the Assessment Manager button and input your second level username and password. From here you can create a class, and each student will have their own personal login generated to use at home.
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We have provided plenty of help sections throughout the site to assist you, especially in the Assessment Manager where clicking on the ‘?’ icon on each page will bring you topical help relevant to that page.
If you do not know, or have forgotten any of your login details for the MyMaths website, you must speak to the designated contact at your school. This is likely to be the Head of Maths or even the Head teacher, and they will be able to provide you with these details. Unfortunately our customer services team are unable to give out these details except to the designated contact for your institution.
You can download posters to use in your classroom to remind your students of your school’s password or to inform them that the password has changed.
To help with your planning and teaching, you can download the following MyMaths mapping grid to create direct links to MyMaths content in your Schemes of Work.
As MyMaths is a fully online resource you will need nothing but an Internet connection and an up-to-date web browser with inbuilt Flash, or a recent version of Flash installed on your computer. MyMaths will continue to work in older internet browsers but in order to get the best possible learning experience, you will need to upgrade to a more recent version. MyMaths will support the following browsers over the next academic year:
- IE 11 or above
- Firefox 13.0 or above
Chrome 21.0 or above
- Safari 5.0 or above
- Firefox 13.0 or above
- Chrome 21.0 or above
MyMaths can currently be used on iPad and other tablet devices through the free Puffin Academy app on iTunes and Android.
We take the security of our customers’ data seriously. MyMaths is a https site, meaning that all data sent between your browser and the website is encrypted. Furthermore, all data on the platform is password protected on a securely hosted environment.
The level of security around our digital products is under constant review, and we continue to develop the site accordingly.
While we take a number of steps to protect the data stored on our digital products, schools can add additional protection should they wish. This can be done by increasing password complexity and anonymising usernames. Both of these changes can be made within the Admin section of the Assessment Manager of the school’s account. We also recommend using the latest antivirus software and upgrading to the latest version of your web browser.
If you have any questions about adding this extra protection, please don’t hesitate to contact us via the link in the footer of this page.
MyMaths is a subscription website for schools and is used in over 70 countries by approximately four million students each year!
MyMaths provides a fully interactive online learning resource suitable for all ages and abilities right up to A-Level, and can be accessed 24/7 from school, home, or even when on holiday.
Written by practising maths teachers for teachers and their students, MyMaths continually listens to teachers and responds to their needs. With this ethos still at its core, MyMaths has evolved over the years so that it now offers everything you need to teach mathematics and enthuse today’s students.
Interactive lessons, games, and worksheets are linked to a powerful Assessment Manager system that enables you to teach in a fun and dynamic way while tracking and monitoring progress effectively.
In our experience, teaching is most effective when the teacher has more time to focus directly on the class rather than being tied up illustrating concepts on the board.
The MyMaths animations, tools and randomised questions help teachers demonstrate concepts more effectively.
Students can access the lessons from home, making them a great tool for revision.
Each MyMaths lesson is paired with an Online Homework to assess understanding. These use randomly generated numbers so that every time you go back to a task the questions change!
This makes our Online Homeworks far more realistic and effective as students are continually challenged each time they attempt a task.
Each Booster Pack offers a stand-alone block of work targeted at specific achievement boundaries. The Threebooster and Fourbooster packs all have an emphasis on learning and game playing to consolidate skills, while other packs have a more exam-based style.
Within the packs, each folder of work is tied together with a four-page Online Worksheet. These can give students a real boost, crucial at exam time, when confidence can make a real difference to their results.
Now here’s the really fun bit: the fantastic range of MyMaths games that are available, each one tailored to provide a bit of fun, and a lot of practice.
We love games at MyMaths, and believe they are an ideal way of getting students to consolidate their maths skills.
I have not come across any other maths homework system where students would voluntarily come in at lunchtime, to not only do their online homework, but in many cases redo tasks in order to achieve better results.
Ian Hover, Moulton School
I find it easy to promote the use of MyMaths to our teachers and students. The subscription represents incredible value for money. MyMaths helps us maintain our 70% plus success rate for GCSE resit.
Max Caley, Longley Park School
MyMaths has transformed both the way we teach and the way we assess, but most of all it has transformed the way students learn – all three for the better.
Mr Froggatt, Oakspark School
MyMaths is especially useful with GCSE revision classes where different students in the same group are revising different topics and taking responsibility for their own revision. MyMaths seems to be taking over world. Are there any schools not using it?
David Payne. St Annes Catholic School