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Questioning pupils for a maths work scrutiny (primary)

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Last updated on 6 July 2017
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How can we conduct a primary maths scrutiny involving pupils? We spoke to one of our associate education experts about suggested questions to ask pupils to explain how they worked out their answers. We also relay guidance on how the school should approach the initiative.

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  1. 1 Questions for pupils
  2. 2 Whole-school approach
  3. 3 Conducting a work scrutiny

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