Hi! Just looking for some teachers' opinions on this. My school follows the Lancashire LAPS - if you look at the attachment, I've highlighted what it says about Division. So this repeated subtraction is leading up to the Chunking method, right? Having checked my school's policy for Division, the only method mentioned is Chunking, which supports this. However, this baffles me because surely we should be teaching a few different methods, and having taught the Bus Stop method to Y4 on a school placement, I think it is a far easier method for children to understand. I'm trying to imagine the logistics of the chilren counting out 52 cubes on their tables to put into groups of 4, when they could simply do the Bus Stop method by splitting the dividend into tens and units and counting them into 4s like that. What do we think? Sorry if this is a stupid question, I'm an NQT and never done this before.