Agenda (approx timings)
9:00 – 9:15 Registration
9.15 - 9.20 Welcome & introductions
9.20- 10.35 What makes a mathematician and how to create a whole school maths vision?
This session, through discussion, reflection and hands on activities, will consider:
10.35 – 10.40 Oxford School Improvement Support Jill Yeardley, Oxford University Press
10.40 – 11.10 Refreshments & display
11.10 - 12.25 Delivering the 2014 National Curriculum aims
The inspirational aims of the 2014 National Curriculum- Fluency, Problem Solving and Mathematical Reasoning and how these are woven into every maths lesson whilst ensuring that ‘using and applying’ remains at the forefront of all teaching and learning. Sami Miller- Independent Primary Mathematics Expert
12.25 – 1.10 Lunch & Resource Display
1.10 – 2.25 What are the building blocks of a maths rich school and community?
This session, through discussion, reflection and hands on activities, sets out to:
2:25-3:00 Leading maths teaching and learning in your school
This session will consider how you can enhance mathematics teaching and learning when you return to school by reflecting on: how you are ensuring progress and consistency as well as maximising the potential of all learners in your school, maths policies, publications, assessment procedures, routines and resourcing ,training plan and opportunities, subject knowledge and the role of adults.
3.00 Closing session & depart
This course will cost:
Numbers are limited (max 2 delegates per school) so please book early.
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