Hello. Sorry have posted a few requests for help recently but would really appreciated some advice on this: I am in the fortunate position of having 2 TAs now in my class for Maths and I want to make sure I use them in the most effective way (am in Year 2 btw). As in most classes I have a wide range of ability. I am considering having the following: 1) During starter (1 group working with TA responding to my written comments from marking their previous work), 1 group with TA doing an activity at their level and other 3 groups with me. 2) During main - each adult working with a group and 2 groups independent. 3) During plenary - have 3 different plenaries (LA/MA/HA with an adult for each). Benefits - children getting a more personalised approach - more progress.. TAs taking a more active rather than passive role. Disadvantages - TAs will have to be more organised as may be working with different groups during lesson (one TA is very good, one is not very so that could be an issue). Involves more resourcing on my front and more to get my head around. Other disadvantage - may be hard for each group to concentrate if all groups going on at same time. What are your opinions? Does anybody have a similar system or do you think I'm being too ambitious and won't work having so many groups.