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Teach Primary: Roman Numerals

~ 3rd March 2020 ~

In the March 2020 issue of Teach Primary magazine, you can read my maths lesson plan on Roman numerals. This lesson is aimed at upper KS2 pupils and combines historical knowledge of the British monarchy with mathematics.

Teach Primary Julianne Britton Maths Roman Numerals

Prior to teaching this lesson, children should already have a basic understanding of Roman numerals. This lesson will build on their understanding, allowing them to read and write years in Roman numerals.

During this lesson, children have opportunities to:

  • Read and write years in Roman numerals.
  • Understand Roman numerals in historical context.
  • Know about various monarchs in British history.
  • Answer questions and derive information from given data.

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About the Author

Julianne Britton

Julianne Britton is an experienced teacher and author. Having taught across KS1 and KS2 and after just 3 years, she was promoted into leadership and given the responsibility of 'Science and Computing Coordinator'.

Specialising in 11+ entrance exams and SATs preparation, she has also worked as a private tutor, successfully supporting the education of 50+ students and, in addition to writing for CGP Books and Teach Primary magazine, Julianne also publishes educational resources for teachers on TES.

Julianne is also a member of MENSA.

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