And best of all for your child – they are free! Children are educated through a games for kids 8 9 years old maths of educational stages. They vary around the world, some countries describe the different stages in years, whereas other countries use a system of grades.
This page has been archived and is no longer updated. Find out more about page archiving. This site slots into the Numeracy framework for reception year and years 1 and 2. This site can be used as part of the Numeracy hour for reception year, years 1,2 and 3. Programmes adopt a quiz format with carefully timed pauses for pupils to write down their answers. Cymru: Camau Cyfri Dewch i chwarae gemau mathemateg lliwgar a hwyliog gyda Cwningen, Llwynog a Deryn.
Fun and colourful Welsh language maths games. Starship covers KS1 QCA schemes of work covered in Year 2. Dynamo’ is designed for home use. Nash, Flick and Sprat will help you get your numerical skills on track!
Activities designed to test KS1 and KS2 programmes of study. This is the latest accepted revision, reviewed on 14 April 2018. Daley also competes in synchronised and team events. In 2015, he partnered Rebecca Gallantree to the inaugural mixed team World title, while in 2016 he won a second Olympic bronze in the men’s synchronised 10-metre platform, with Daniel Goodfellow. He started diving at the age of seven and is a member of Plymouth Diving Club, where his talent was identified early, and has made an impact in national and international competitions from age 9. After the 2012 Olympic Games and a summer of great sporting interest amongst the public in the UK, television network ITV approached Daley to have a role in their new celebrity diving reality TV show Splash!
Daley made his debut in the show’s premiere on 5 January 2013 as a mentor to the celebrity competitors taking part. At the 2016 Summer Olympic Games, Daley and Daniel Goodfellow won a bronze medal in the synchronised 10m platform. William who is three years younger, and Ben who is five years younger. From age 11 to 14 Daley attended Eggbuckland Community College. Daley was offered a full scholarship to board at independent school Brighton College, but his father turned this down due to the distance from home, and entered negotiations with local independent school Plymouth College, which had offered him a “very significant scholarship”.
Daley took his GCSEs in small batches to fit around his diving commitments. In 2012, Daley finished his two-year A-level studies in mathematics, Spanish and photography. In January 2007, at the age of twelve, Daley was given a special dispensation to compete at the 2007 Australian Youth Olympic Festival. The usual minimum age is fifteen. National Championships, the national championship for English divers. In January 2008, Daley won the 10m platform event at the British Championships and become the youngest winner of the senior British 10 m title. He also won the 10 m platform synchro title with new partner Blake Aldridge.
Two weeks later, Daley won his first medals on the FINA circuit, winning a bronze in the individual platform competition and a silver in synchro at the Madrid Grand Prix. Daley and Aldridge won bronze in synchro at the 2008 FINA Diving World Cup. Their score was a British record and Daley became the youngest ever male medallist in a world diving event. Daley qualified for the Beijing 2008 Olympics in the individual 10m dive competition and, following the retirement of 2004 silver medallist Leon Taylor, in the 10m platform synchro competition. Daley won the 2007 BBC Sports Personality of the Year Young Personality award. In February 2009, Daley retained his individual British 10m championship, setting a competition personal best score of 517. 45 points ahead of the second-placed diver.
He was unable to defend his 10m synchronised title, as his dive partner Blake Aldridge had been injured in a brawl at a nightclub several days before the championships and was unable to dive. During the Olympics Daley had a row with diving partner Blake Aldridge when the latter phoned his mother between rounds. When Aldridge missed the British Championships because of the injury sustained in the nightclub incident, Daley’s father said he’d like his son to have a different diving partner. In the 2009 FINA World Championships, held in Rome, Daley unexpectedly won the individual platform title despite his lower tariff, with a score of 539. 20 points, Zhou Luxin on 530. In this competition Daley finished in second place, 40.
In the March 2010 FINA Diving World Series event in Qingdao individual 10m competition, Daley showcased his two new dives and finished in 4th place, 520. In the first April 2010 FINA Diving World Series event held in Veracruz, Mexico, Daley failed to qualify for the final round of the individual 10m competition. In August 2010, Daley attended the European Championships in Budapest, Hungary, intending to defend his individual 10m title. On 12 October 2010, Daley attended the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi, India.