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Interactive online maths lessons for Year 7 students

Help your child build skills and confidence in maths while reviewing the subjects of the Year 7 KS3 UK national curriculum

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Topics Covered in Year 7


Add and subtract any fraction.

Applications of multiplication and division

Convert between fractions and decimals

Convert between mixed numbers and improper fractions.

Equivalent fractions

Express one quantity as a fraction of another.

Factors, multiples and primes

Fraction of an amount

Multiplication and division

Order of operations

Order positive and negative integers


Recognise and use relationships between addition and subtraction including inverse operations

Recognise and use relationships between operations including inverse operations.

Represent fractions using diagrams and on a number line.

Round numbers and measures to an appropriate degree of accuracy

Simplify fractions

Understand and use place value for decimals, measures and integers of any size

Use approximation through rounding to estimate answers

Use formal written methods for addition and subtraction of integers and decimals.

Use the concepts and vocabulary of prime numbers, factors (or divisors), common factors and HCF

Use the four operations with negative numbers.

Place Value

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Generate terms of a sequence from either a term-to-term or a position-to-term rule

Introduction to algebra

Recognise arithmetic sequences and find the nth term.

Simplify and manipulate algebraic expressions to maintain equivalence by collecting like terms.

Solve linear equations in one variable

Solve simple linear equations in one variable where the unknown appears on one side of the equation

Substitute numerical values into formulae and expressions

Substitute numerical values into formulae and expressions

Use and interpret algebraic notation,


Draw and interpret bar charts, pictograms and line graphs.

Find the mean, median, mode and range of non-grouped data

Sets and Probability


Angle sum in any polygon and properties of regular polygons

Apply the properties of angles at a point, angles at a point on a straight line, vertically opposite angles.

Calculate and solve problems involving perimeter

Derive and illustrate properties of triangles, quadrilaterals, circles, and other plane figures

Derive and use the sum of angles in a triangle and a quadrilateral.

Describe, sketch and draw lines and angles

Understand and use alternate and corresponding angles on parallel lines.

Use a protractor to measure and draw angles.

More than 100,000 children, parents, and teachers use Eedi

Maths is not her favourite subject and we didn’t really know how she was going to get along with the class. As soon as the class started, she was so excited. She was laughing and telling us how fun it was, so I was really impressed. She asked us today when she was going to have another class.



At first when I told her about the lesson, she was quite dismissive and was like oh no, not more work. But after the lesson she was really happy that she’d learnt something that she can apply to her schoolwork and when I mentioned another lesson, she was quite happy to do it.



I think the chat format was actually better. I thought it was clear and not using terminology that was too advanced, but equally not using too baby-ish language. The terminology used was spot on for her.



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Common Questions

What age groups do you cover?

Year 6 (10-11 years old): With a focus on preparing for the SATs maths papers and building good learning habits. P7 in Scotland and Year 7 in Northern Ireland.

Year 7 (11-12 years old): With a focus on building a strong early foundation for KS3. S1 in Scotland and Year 8 in Northern Ireland.

Year 8 (12-13 years old): With a focus of revising Year 7 fundamentals due to Covid-19 disruptions. S2 in Scotland and Year 9 in Northern Ireland.

Why should I trust Eedi?

Many reasons. To summarise a few:

• Eedi School and Eedi Family are used in over 16,000 schools and by hundreds of thousands of students, parents and teachers.

• Our Head of Education, Craig Barton, is a renowned author in the teaching community. His team of experienced maths teachers produce every element of our high-quality research-backed content.

• We are backed by LEGO's venture capital arm and are well-funded to keep improving our products and content.

• We partner with many of the world's leading education and technology organisations including Oxford University Press, Microsoft, and Cambridge Assessment.

Are teachers and tutors DBS checked?

Yes, all our tutors are DBS checked and have experience in classrooms with children aged 8-13.

My school isn't using Eedi School. Can I use Eedi Family?

For now, Eedi Family and Eedi School are independent products. You don't need your child's school to use Eedi School for you to use Eedi Family or vice-versa.

How do teachers engage with my children?

Our in-house team of experienced teachers designed the lessons to work with the learning companion, videos and worksheets. They create each lesson as if they were personally teaching the concept.

They are also behind the scenes ready to intervene via chat in case your child is stuck or has more questions.

We're there for you at the reach of a button.

How much does Eedi Family cost?

We want to give all our early customers a special price of £7.99 / month for the rest of the school year. This is roughly £2 per week, a weekly cup of coffee, or 1/10 of the monthly cost of a private maths tutor.

Eedi School, Eedi's version for teachers, is free to use in a classroom setting.

Can I try Eedi before paying for it?

Of course!

We have a free 14-day trial for you to do a first quiz and a few lessons with your child.

Feel free to reach out to us using the in-app chat if you have any questions. We're here to help :)

What if I change my mind, do I have to continue paying?

You don't have to continue paying after you cancel your plan.

You can cancel your plan at any time in your account profile under billing. You'll be able to continue using Eedi Family until the end of the billing cycle.

I can't afford Eedi Family - can I still use it?

At the core of our mission is making maths education more affordable and accessible to every child.

If you've tried Eedi Family with your child, want to use it, but can't afford the full price, write to us on There's probably something we can do :)

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