- Number theory - place value of numbers to 5 digits
- Operations with number - add, subtract, multiply, divide
- Number patterns and sentences
- Fractions and decimals
Students' facility with numerical operations and patterning and factions increases. Not only are they expected to consolidate their knowledge of times tables, they are starting to apply their multiplication skills to increasingly complex problems. Their spatial and temporal understanding develops to enable greater understanding of 3D shapes and maps, simple timetables, and they have a clearer understanding of the role of chance in statistics and probability.
Welcome to Year 4 Maths, where students are expected to know their times tables and to apply sophisticated numerical patters to their problem-solving.
We've got the entire syllabus covered
Statistics and Probability
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Structured around your child's individual needs and goals, our learning programs adapt over time to build confidence and offer the right help at the right time.
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Based on the Australian National Curriculum for K-6, Cluey’s approach to primary Maths focuses on core numeracy skills, including times tables in the early years, and fractions, decimals, percentages, angles and simple algebra in the senior years. Our personalised approach gives your child the opportunity to slow down in the areas they find challenging to ensure they ‘get it’.
Head of Department, Mathematics at Cluey
Karen is responsible for leading our Mathematics Department, and developing and overseeing excellent Mathematics programs of learning and tutoring across years K-12. Previously, Karen was a Mathematics teacher and Lecturer in the Department of Education at the University of Western Sydney.
Our tutors are all qualified teachers, exceptional ATAR achievers or experts in their respective fields.
VIC University Student (Master of Teaching (Primary))
Mathematics: Yrs 3-6
English: Yrs 3-6
Beth tutors part time while completing a Master of Primary Education in VIC. She is a skilled literacy and numeracy teacher and works well with anxious or shy students.
NSW University Student (Bachelor of Construction Management)
Mathematics: Yrs 3-10
Originally from the USA, Anthony now lives in Sydney and incorporates his American flair and good humour into all of his interactions with primary and secondary students.
QLD University Student (Master of Secondary Teaching (Math, Science))
Mathematics: Yrs 3-10
An avid learner himself, Harel is currently completing his Master of Secondary Teaching (Maths and Science) and uses his expert knowledge to break down complex topics.
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Weekly learning through live tutoring sessions, feedback & practice
Each student’s individual learning journey is supported through a series of live face-to-face sessions with an expert tutor matched to the student's needs. We cover all the theory and examples needed to ensure comprehension, and our sessions are designed to be engaging and encouraging.
Our expert tutors offer guidance through demonstration and worked examples and assign targeted practice questions to help students master the topics and concepts covered.
After each session, personalised feedback is provided to help students and parents track their progress.
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