- Positive numbers - multiples and factors
- Operations with number - add, subtract, multiply, divide
- Number patterns and sentences
- Fractions and decimals
The numbers skills of students in Year 5 should allow them to apply place value in digits of any number and demonstrate a more sophisticated understanding of number patterns and fractions. They are dealing with more challenging multiplication problems, including using the formal algorithm, and calculating amounts of money using percentages. Their appreciation of space and time is becoming more subtle and abstract.
Your content plan appears in the learning environment, sequenced to your learning needs and accessible with ease by you and your tutor.
An example content plan sequenced in the Cluey Learning Platform.
Welcome to Year 5 Maths, where your child will use a wider range of mental and written strategies to solve problems efficiently and to explain their reasoning.
We’ve got the curriculum covered
Statistics and Probability
Problem solving skills
Perhaps the classroom just isn’t meeting all of your child's learning needs or they want to prepare for a specific assessment.
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.
View Group Primary Maths Session
Optional practice questions and exercises to work through between sessions.
Feedback after every session helps you keep track of your child's progress.
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Schedule sessions when they suit you, between 7am and 10pm, 7 days per week.
Reschedule easily when things get busy
From step one to step done, we're with your child for their entire learning journey.
Session recordings allow your child to revise at any time.
Progress reports ensure your child is getting the right help at the right pace.
Guided tutoring helps your child realise their potential.
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 Primary
Rick is responsible for leading our Primary Department and developing and overseeing excellent programs of learning and tutoring in English and Mathematics for our primary students. Previously, Rick taught across all primary levels, conducted professional development for teachers and was Head of Primary in a British international school.
Our tutors are all qualified teachers, exceptional ATAR achievers or experts in their respective fields.
Chanel is a qualified Teacher, holding her Master of Teaching (Primary). She has experience as a Tutor and Primary School Teacher, both overseas and in Australia. Since 2021 she has been working as a Part-time Classroom Teacher with Grade 6. Chanel is also TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) accredited. Chanel is proficient at creating a learning atmosphere and devoted to working in an inclusive environment that emphasises respect and acceptance. She is committed to professional ethics, standards of practice and the care and education of young people.
WA University Student (Bachelor of Biomedical Science)
Mathematics: Primary & Secondary
Sneha completed her Western Australia Certificate of Education in 2017, achieving an ATAR of 98.80. She then went on to complete a Bachelor of Biomedical Science from the University of Western Australia. She's been working as a Teaching Assistant for over 5 years, working with students in years 2-10 in Literacy and Numeracy. She's also privately tutored Senior Secondary students. Sneha is an energetic, friendly Tutor that brings enthusiasm to her students.
QLD University Student (Bachelor of Dental Science (Honours))
Mathematics: Primary, Secondary & Senior
Sherryn is a university student currently studying a Bachelor of Dental Science (Honours) at the University of Queensland. She has previous tutoring experience, working with pre-school, primary and high school students. Sherryn is very patient, friendly and fluent in both English and Mandarin. She currently tutors Maths and Chemistry.
From catching up, building confidence and excelling in school, parents and students alike agree that Cluey works.
Only 0.4% of students rate their experience as 'boring'. That’s a stat we can get 'on-bored' with.
85% of parents agree their child is more confident.
“Good service, follow up reports and recording of tutoring sessions means you can recap at any time. I forward my son's year 3 English and Maths detailed comments from his tutor each session (we are lucky enough to have the same tutor, Tessa, who is brilliantly matched with our son) to my son's teachers and everyone knows what is he is learning and whether he has been successful or not. He loves the one-on-one learning”
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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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