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Free digital access to Maths Plus, Oxford Maths, Oxford Atlas+ and Writing Legends resources for Victoria

Oxford’s response to COVID-19

As a not-for-profit organisation and the largest university press in the world, Oxford’s heart is education! We are here to support teaching and learning – and right now our highest priority is ensuring that you have access to the resources you need to support your students.

For remote learning to be as effective as possible, access to high-quality, award-winning digital resources and online learning platforms is greater than ever before. To support Primary schools in Victoria with planning and resourcing during the second round of Stage 3 restrictions, we have made some important changes that will help you access what you need without delay.

Whether you are a new or existing user of Maths Plus, Oxford Maths, Oxford Atlas+ or Writing Legends, your students can now access the full range of online resources for these products across Years F–6. Select your resource below to learn more.

PLEASE NOTE: We cannot accept requests from students or parents.

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Maths Plus

Australian Curriculum edition

Maths Plus is a leading mathematics program for F–6 that delivers results. Practice, with a view to mastery, underpins the spiral approach used in the Maths Plus program, allowing students to build on and re-visit mathematical content throughout the year. This helps students develop robust recall of information, consolidate their learning and increase their mathematical fluency.

The Maths Plus program offers explicit instruction, practice and consolidation activities, problem-solving tasks, and mentals and homework activities.

Maths Plus AC

Student digital resources include:

  • Digital interactives to introduce and explore topics
  • Support, extension and reflection activities
  • Blackline Masters (BLMs)
  • Investigation activities.

Teacher digital resources include:

  • Teacher notes
  • Term planners
  • Curriculum links
  • Digital interactives and videos
  • Answers
  • Assessments for every Student Book page.

Free access to Maths Plus AC edition

New to Maths Plus?

To help more teachers and students through this challenging period, we are offering Victorian Primary schools that haven’t yet purchased Maths Plus free access to the Teacher and Student Dashboards for Term 3. These dashboards contain the Student eBooks from F–6 and a wealth of supporting resources.
Request free digital access
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Already use Maths Plus at your school?

If your school has adopted Maths Plus as either a booklist or class set resource, teachers will already have access to the digital eBook and supporting digital resources on the dashboard.

To support you further, we have made the F–6 Student eBooks available for students. All you need to do is set up your classes to give students access to the eBook.

The Education Statutory Licence covers this extended use. Before you broaden access to resources for teaching and learning remotely, you must read and then follow the provisions of this licence. Click here to read the Education Statutory Licence.

Maths Plus

New South Wales Syllabus edition

Maths Plus is a leading mathematics program for F–6 that delivers results. Practice, with a view to mastery, underpins the spiral approach used in the Maths Plus program, allowing students to build on and re-visit mathematical content throughout the year. This helps students develop robust recall of information, consolidate their learning and increase their mathematical fluency.

The Maths Plus program offers explicit instruction, practice and consolidation activities, problem-solving tasks, and mentals and homework activities.

Maths Plus NSW

Student digital resources include:

  • Digital interactives to introduce and explore topics
  • Support, extension and reflection activities
  • Blackline Masters (BLMs)
  • Investigation activities

Teacher digital resources include:

  • Teacher notes
  • Term planners
  • Curriculum links
  • Digital interactives and videos
  • Answers
  • Assessments for every Student Book page.

Free access to Maths Plus NSW edition

New to Maths Plus?

To help more teachers and students through this challenging period, we are offering Victorian Primary schools that haven’t yet purchased Maths Plus free access to the Teacher and Student Dashboards for Term 3. These dashboards contain the Student eBooks from F–6 and a wealth of supporting resources.
Request free digital access
Explore series in depth

Already use Maths Plus at your school?

If your school has adopted Maths Plus as either a booklist or class set resource, teachers will already have access to the digital eBook and supporting digital resources on the dashboard.

To support you further, we have made the F–6 Student eBooks available for students. All you need to do is set up your classes to give students access to the eBook.

The Education Statutory Licence covers this extended use. Before you broaden access to resources for teaching and learning remotely, you must read and then follow the provisions of this licence. Click here to read the Education Statutory Licence.

2017 EPAA Award Winning Resource

Oxford Maths

Your differentiation solution for teaching mathematics

Oxford Maths is a comprehensive and engaging mathematics program for F–6 that ensures every student can access the curriculum at their own point of need. It offers multiple pathways for students of varying ability, and supports the 'gradual release of responsibility' approach, where initial scaffolding is gradually reduced to allow students to become confident and independent mathematicians.

The program includes a wealth of hands-on activities, small-group and whole-class tasks, practice exercises and open-ended problem-solving opportunities. It helps students make connections with mathematics in the real world and encourages higher-order thinking and reasoning.

Oxford Maths

Full access to engaging digital content:

  • New Markbook functionality for Years 3–6 provides an easy-to-access snapshot of class and student progress, enabling teachers to view test performance, highlight areas of success and identify opportunities for additional support.
  • Years 3–6 Student Dashboards deliver a tailored suite of resources for each topic based on students’ ablity groups (extension, at standard, support), ensuring that every student can experience success at their level.
  • The Teacher Dashboard provides access to a wealth of digital resources and support materials for students and teachers across Foundation to Year 6.
  • Teacher Dashboard resources include answers, curricula and planning documents, learning sequences, topic interactives, videos, pre-tests, online quizzes, post-tests, activity sheets, blackline masters, mastery tasks and more.

Free access to Oxford Maths

New to Oxford Maths?

To help more teachers and students through this challenging period, we are offering Victorian Primary schools that haven’t yet purchased Oxford Maths free access to the Teacher and Student Dashboards for Term 3. These dashboards contain the Student eBooks from F–6 and a wealth of supporting resources.
Request free digital access
Explore series in depth

Already use Oxford Maths at your school?

If your school has adopted Oxford Maths as either a booklist or class set resource, teachers already have access to the digital eBook and supporting digital resources, and students in Years 3–6 will also already have access to a Student Dashboard containing the digital eBook.

The Student eBooks for Years F–2 are now also available for students. All you need to do is set up your classes to give students access to the eBook.

The Education Statutory Licence covers this extended use. Before you broaden access to resources for teaching and learning remotely, you must read and then follow the provisions of this licence. Click here to read the Education Statutory Licence.

2018 EPAA Award Winning Resource

Oxford Atlas+

for Australian Schools

Oxford Atlas+ is more than just a traditional atlas series. It provides comprehensive coverage of the Science and Humanities and Social Sciences curricula for Years F–6 across a suite of print and digital resources. There is also targeted support for the Technologies curriculum, including coding.

Oxford Atlas+ is the only differentiated atlas that caters to early, middle and upper primary students and is the only atlas series that offers students digital access to rich interactive content.

Oxford Maths

Student digital resources include:

  • mapping skills and topic interactives
  • step-by-step coding interactives
  • interactive layered maps
  • self-correcting quizzes
  • a selection of OZBOX topic cards
  • videos, weblinks + more!

Teacher digital resources include:

  • detailed professional support notes
  • pre-assessment and assessment activities
  • downloadable activity sheets
  • explicit curriculum links
  • the ability to assign pages to students
  • online tracking of quiz results + more!
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Free access to Oxford Atlas+

New to Oxford Atlas+

To help more teachers and students through this challenging period, we are offering Victorian Primary schools that haven’t yet purchased Oxford Atlas+ free access to the Teacher and Student Dashboards for Term 3. These dashboards contain the Student eBooks from F–6 along with a wealth of supporting interactive resources.
Request free digital access
Explore series in depth

Already use Oxford Atlas+ at your school?

If your school has adopted Oxford Atlas+, teachers and students already have access to the student books in the Years 3–4 and 5–6 dashboards.

We have now made the F–2 student eBook available for students as well. To provide your students with access to the eBook, all you need to do is set up your classes.

The Education Statutory Licence covers this extended use. Before you broaden access to resources for teaching and learning remotely, you must read and then follow the provisions of this licence. Click here to read the Education Statutory Licence.

Writing Legends

Getting your students to write just got easier

Oxford has recently partnered with Writing Legends, a new digital platform that revolutionises the teaching and learning of writing in Years 3–8. By blending the best of technology with captivating writing prompts and modelling, the program dramatically improves teaching and learning by inspiring students to participate within a motivated community of passionate writers.

Writing Legends is aligned to the Australian Curriculum, the NSW Education Standards Authority, the Victorian Curriculum, and the Government of Western Australia School Curriculum and Standards Authority.

Writing Legends

Writing Legends:

  • Supports students’ vocabulary development and broadens their language choices
  • Increases teachable moments for teachers to develop writing skills
  • Simplifies teachers’ management of the writing process in the classroom
  • Creates a community of writers in an engaging, collaborative and supportive environment
  • Features hundreds of writing activities across a range of writing types
  • Includes activity podcasts that provide guidance with example responses

Free access to Writing Legends

New to Writing Legends

To help more teachers and students through this challenging period, we are offering Victorian Primary schools access to the program completely FREE of charge through to the end of Term 3, 2020. This program is suitable for Years 3–8 and includes access to the Teacher and Student Portals for the duration of this offer.
Request free access
Explore program in depth

The Education Statutory Licence covers this extended use. Before you broaden access to resources for teaching and learning remotely, you must read and then follow the provisions of this licence. Click here to read the Education Statutory Licence.

Access an extensive range of free online resources on Oxford Owl, from Handwriting interactive demonstrations and Oxford Wordlist activities, to rich support for our biggest reading programs. All you need to do is create a free account at oxfordowl.com.au

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Oxford Owl Platform Features

Assessment, instruction, independence

Provides you with access to teacher and student resources that are based on the latest research and evidence-based best practice.

Teaching Resources

Features best-practice, high-quality resources for teaching and assessment, with extensive teaching support for Maths Plus, Oxford Maths, Oxford Atlas+, and Oxford Literacy.

Professional Development

Includes a range of professional development resources, including video modules and case studies, to keep you up to date with the latest research and best-practice teaching strategies.

The Education Statutory Licence

The Education Statutory Licence allows education institutions to prepare and deliver materials to students for online learning.

For materials containing text and images, there are four (4) main requirements. Provided these requirements are met, an institution can copy and share any material containing text and images that is available to it, including digital and print material. It can digitise (scan), duplicate digital copies, and upload to a server. It can share material on a server to students, and email to students, provided the material is only available to the relevant students, and for the necessary time.

Requirement What this means
1. The institution is covered by payment arrangements with Copyright Agency There are payment arrangements in place for:
  • nearly all Australian schools
  • TAFEs
  • members of Universities Australia
  • other education institutions, such as registered training organisations
  • members of Early Childhood Australia
2. The material is copied and/or shared for educational purposes Education purposes includes:
  • made or retained for use, or is used, in connection with a particular course of instruction provided by the institution
  • made or retained for inclusion, or is included, in the collection of a library of the institution
3. The material is not used for any other purpose Institutions need to take steps to make sure that materials are not used for any other purposes, for example by:
  • using secure servers to ensure that materials are only available to the relevant students and parents assisting them
  • telling students and parents how they can and can’t use the materials (e.g. no sharing with others)
  • not retaining material any longer than needed for educational purposes
4. The institution does not copy or share more than a reasonable portion of a publication that is available for purchase
  • An institution copying from a publication that is available for purchase can copy and share 10% of the pages, or a chapter, per student per course.
  • An institution may be allowed to copy and/or share more if that is reasonable, and not detrimental to the content creators if done at scale. For example, if lots of people copy 80% of a book available for sale, instead of buying it, then that is likely to be detrimental to the content creators.

For more information about the Education Statutory Licence, please visit Copyright Agency: https://www.copyright.com.au/licences-permission/educational-licences/online-teaching/. The official schools copyright website Smartcopying has also published specific advice for teachers during COVID 19. If Schools have any copyright questions, your state and sector copyright contacts are here.

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