MathsWatch: Complete Guide to Mathswatch Login 2021

MathsWatch is the complete online Maths platform or a virtual learning environment that makes learning available to your students 24/7 from anywhere in the world.

The platform is fully responsive (adapts to any screen size) and looks consistently good on mobiles, tablets and desktops.

The VLE platform contains videos, practice questions, interactive questions, and worksheets covering the content of the Maths KS3 and GCSE.

With Mathswatch, you can access video tutorials that explain topics just like a teacher would in your classroom. You can independently practice real exam-style questions (GCSE, KS3, and Primary only) with instant feedback on your performance.

You can also complete assignments set by your teacher with instant feedback provided to both you and your teacher.

How to log into mathswatch vle

To log into Mathswatch Virtual Learning Environment,

  1. Go to vle.mathswatch.co.uk
  2. Enter your username
  3. Then, enter your password
  4. Finally, click the “Login” button to sign.
Mathswatch login page
Mathswatch login page

Your username and password may have been given to your child by their class teacher. You can also log in wit your google account.

How to use mathwatch

Once you have logged in you should then find the following options at the top of the page:

  • My Work: ‘My work’ will show any work your child has been set by their teacher.
  • Videos: ‘Videos’ allows you to search for a short video to watch.
  • Extras: ‘Extras’ has some information and tips on how to use the website.

Click on ‘Videos’ and select GCSE or KS3.

You can search for a topic or a clip number if it is known (these are on the documents on the school website). You also can click on videos and watch any topic by selecting it using the filters, and you can then select to do questions on this. The progress made is recorded in My Progress. This is self-guided learning.

Or you can search for topics that are a certain grade (GCSE).

Once you have selected the clip that you want to watch you can play the video which will explain the topic, give examples, and give some questions to have a go at.

Pupils may well be using Mathswatch for homework, but it can also be used for general revision and extra support.

For KS3, you can look up the topics being covered at each stage of the year from the school website. They have video clips associated with each area. You can type in the video number into the search box.

We would recommend watching the video, making some notes and answering the practise questions in the video. There are also interactive questions to complete (which are marked automatically, and also worksheets with further questions to practise. We would recommend completing approximately 3 or 4 topics per week.

This would be the same for GCSE, with the addition of being able to select topics by grade. For general practice/revision (rather than choosing a particular topic) we would recommend pupils searching for topics one or two grades below their target grade.

Useful tabs

  • One Minute Maths: You also have the option to watch a shorter video (good for revision).
  • Interactive Questions: The Interactive Questions can be answered online and marked to give instant feedback.
  • Worksheet: The worksheet tab opens a file with a worksheet on the selected topic. This can be printed off and written on, or working out and answers can be written in the pupil’s exercise book.

Faqs

What is mathswatch?

Mathswatch is a virtual learning environment, giving you access to various tools to help towards achieving your full potential at Mathematics.

Is Mathswatch free?

You pay for Matchwach on subsciption basis. Prices only apply to schools/colleges and not to private tuition centres. Another feature is its low price (works out as less than 50p per student for an average-sized school).

What is the username for Mathswatch?

Your mathswatch username is in the format, SURNAME Firstname@schoolname. For example, SMITH John@treviglas note there is a space after the Surname. Note: Use the login detail given to you by your teacher.

How do I log into maths watch?

To log into maths watch, navigate to vle.mathswatch.co.uk. Login using your username and password. You can also log in with your Google account.

Who created MathsWatch?

Mathswatch is created by MathsWatch Limited. Physical address: The Fort Offices, Artillery Business Park, Oswestry, SY11 4AD, Shropshire, United Kingdom, Fax: 01691 700314, info@mathswatch.com.

How do I change my Mathswatch password?

To change your password, login to your dashboard. Then click your profile icon at the top right and click “My Details”. You can then enter your new password. Enter it twice to make sure it’s exactly the right password. Finally, click “Save” to confirm the change of your password. If you forgot your password, the only person to help you is the Maths watch administrator at your school.

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