Here are some of the free maths apps and resources:
38 Times Table ChallengeWe wanted to show how effective a little extra times tables practice at home can be. And, to help parents support maths learning, as we know what a difference this support can make to learning outcomes.
The division workoutThe Division Workout is a three step activity that will help children towards achieving instant recall of division facts and truly mastering this important foundation maths skill. Division is the natural complement to multiplication skills, so it's designed for children who are becoming confident with their tables and have already started to learn about dividing. Plus, there's a certificate for each child who completes the challenge!
Chunking - a guide to the new long divisionThe way long division is taught in schools has changed and the chances are that when your son or daughter mentions dividing by chunking you'll be baffled. But don't worry - you've come to the right place for help and the good news is that it really is quite simple.
The number bond challenge - make addition and subtraction number bonds to 10 easy!The Number Bond Challenge is a five step practice activity for children aged 5 to 7. It will help your child understand and become fluent in the important Key Stage 1 maths skill "Addition and Subtraction number bonds (or number facts ) to 10". We've made it fun to use and there's a certificate for each child who completes the challenge.
BBC LearningThis site is old and no longer updated and yet there's so much still available, from language learning to BBC Bitesize for revision. No TV licence required except for content on BBC iPlayer.
FuturelearnFree to access 100s of courses, only pay to upgrade if you need a certificate in your name (own account from age 14+ but younger learners can use a parent account).
iDEA AwardsDigital enterprise award scheme you can complete online.
OpenlearnFree taster courses aimed at those considering Open University but everyone can access it. Adult level, but some e.g. nature and environment courses could well be of interest to young people.
SenecaFor those revising at GCSE or A level. Tons of free revision content. Paid access to higher level material.