Maths on the Move 2017/18 – The Results

Maths on the Move 2017/18 – The Results

The scores are in!


In the 2017/18 academic year 108 groups took on Maths on the Move, that is a total of 1,456 children.


77,760 minutes of physically active learning completed and 174,720 maths challenges answered.





What is Maths on the Move?

Just in case you’re not familiar with Maths on the Move, here’s a quick overview. Simply put, using active learning, Maths on the Move enhances children’s confidence and attainment levels in maths. If you’d like to know a bit more, have a read of our previous blog or visit our dedicated page



How has MOTM impacted performance in maths?

5 questions at the start and 5 questions at the end of a lesson are completed by pupils. Scores were collected and averages across all schools were calculated. The results were:






How did MOTM impact confidence in maths?

On a scale of 1 – 10 pupils rate how confident they feel when faced with a maths question.



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On average, confidence scores were increased by 21%.


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For those pupils with low confidence, MOTM proved particularly beneficial.






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16.5% of pupils gave themselves a low confidence score before MOTM



4.5% of pupils gave themselves a low confidence score after MOTM



Want to get in on the MOTM action? Simply contact Dan Hays on 0121 663 1979 or email to find out more.