A headmistress from Portsmouth High School told The Telegraph that she has banned maths textbooks because they are intimidating for pupils.
The headmistress believes that her movement should be widespread across all schools because the use of textbooks in class can make pupils feel anxious when their classmates are solving questions ahead of them.
This can result in schoolchildren having a decreased confidence in their maths ability.
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