Programmes & Events

23
May 2018

Roadmap to Mastery Awareness Session

This programme will be delivered in partnership with Partners in Learning. The training will align the Social Mobility Opportunity Area Deliver Plan for Maths in Doncaster. 

 

An introductory programme to help schools to reflect of teaching for mastery principles and strategies is available for maths coordinators plus one colleague.

This four day programme provides resources, activities and initial strategies that can be cascaded to colleagues back in school in preparation for the specialist led programme.

Once schools have participated in the specialist programme in year 2 (and potentially the introductory programme before that) they are encouraged to continue their development through engagement in local work groups and the continuation of the teacher research group strategy as part of in-school professional development.

 

For a limited time only, Doncaster schools can access funding to support their engagement in this programme by providing a contribution to cover costs.

£200 per day payable to maths coordinators to attend the 4 day programme

Each day session will take place at the Pinfold Building, DN7 4AU with two sessions in the Summer term 2018 and a further two in the Autumn term.

The dates for the sessions are: 

  • Awareness Session - 23.05.18 from 4pm until 5:30pm 
  • Session 1 - 13.06.18 from 9:30am until 4pm 
  • Session 2 - 22.06.18 from 9:30am until 4pm
  • Session 3 - 20.09.18 from 9:30am until 4pm 
  • Session 4 - 17.10.18 from 9:30am until 4pm 

Lunch and refreshments will be provided at four full day sessions.

Please do not hesitate to contact admin@partnersinlearning.org.uk if you require any further information. 

  • Venue The Pinfold Building
  • Start date 23/05/18
  • Time 16:00
  • Trainers Georgina Brown, South Yorkshire Maths Hub
  • Audience Primary Schools
“In 2014 59% of Doncaster primary and special schools were graded Good or better by Ofsted. In 2016 70% of primary and special schools are Good or better".