This on-line maths school combines traditional maths approaches and methods with some new to help primary aged children master arithmetic, times tables and simple algebra. Parents can subscribe to one or all of three schools - Times Tables School, Arithmetic School or Mighty Algebra. There is also a revision club with over 1,000 questions and a regular blog. Some free resources and samples too.
Carol Vorderman's e-learning site with focused support to help move students from a D grade GCSE to C grade. Targeted support for calculator use, triangles, simple algebra, averages and charts with specific exam preparation tips plus videos, revision cards and test questions
This American site contains a huge array of on-line games and activities developed by an American maths teacher. Recommended by Andrew Jeffrey - The Mathemagician, this free site contains great little programs such as the algebra slider games and calculator guesstimates. It also has real life maths games and maths in art activities. It is well worth a look and easily transferable to National Curriculum levels from the American grades.
Lure of the Labyrinth is an online adventure game designed to support the development of problem solving and reasoning skills. Pupils play a monster, solving puzzles and problems in order to navigate through the game and find their lost pet. Topics covered include fractions, ratios, proportion and basic algebra.
Khan Academy is an expansive site, with over 2100 tutorial video for maths, covering algebra, trigonometry, calculus, statisticz and more. Students can make use of the extensive video library, practice exercises, and assessments from any computer with access to the web. A great revision tool for students, particularly for seniors, when studying at home without access to a teacher.