Potten EndChurch of England Primary School

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We have recently relaunched our Maths game ‘TT Rock Stars’, which is a fun and challenging platform designed to help children master times tables! All children, in Years 2-6, have their own accounts and have been given their individual login details. Children can play at home, as well as school.


To play, visit:
The more questions the children answer, the more coins they can earn to buy new accessories for their rock star avatars, such as hair styles, clothes, instruments and new rehearsal studios!
Please encourage your child to login regularly, as this will help them continue to improve their times tables, whilst having lots of fun!

As part of our commitment to make maths exciting and high profile in our school, this November we are taking part in a competition for Maths Week England. It’s called 'Rock Out 2020' and it’s focused online via

For every correct answer to a multiplication or division question, your child will earn their class a point and winning classes in the school and in the country as a whole will be the ones with the highest average! Go Potten End! 





With a recent score of over 40,000 points Potten End children are reaching new heights with their battle scores! An amazing result!

Congratulations to Year 5 and Year 2 in their recent class rounds. ​​​​

Maths games from home

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During our school closures, Year 5 were challenged to make a maths game to engage others and then advertise this to persuade families to buy! Have a look at what we came up with. We are really proud of their advertisements and creative games. Well done Year 5!

Maths Open Mornings

Prior to school closures, we opened our classrooms for maths open mornings. We saw parents, children and teachers working together across different areas of the maths curriculum. They worked on practical aspects of maths and brought challenges to life! We loved working collaboratively to solve problems and stretch our thinking. 
Our Early Years children invited their parents in for cooking sessions and used fruit pieces to make repeated patterns with their families and our Year 5's used chocolate bars to convert mixed numbers and improper fractions. Year 3 were very busy marking the area and perimeter of the tables and even created their own 3D shapes using nets.  

Keep your eyes peeled for the next open morning maths sessions when it is safe for us to do so again. 

NSPCC Number Day 

 We were very excited to take part in NSPCC Number Day on Friday 7th February 2020, where we took part in maths activities throughout the day. We raised funds for the NSPCC by holding a dress up ‘Number day’. All children and teachers came to school dressed as a ‘number’! We were so impressed by the creativity of our families- we had domino's, playing cards, Number Block characters, TT Rock Star Avatars and even a few 'cow'culators! 

We took part in a variety of challenges throughout the day, had many TT Rock Star battles and estimated the number of segments in a chocolate orange! 

Congratulations to all who took part- a wonderful day was had by all.