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Continuity in fractions learning between Year 5 and Year 8 February 1, The Mirfield Free Grammar is an non-selective comprehensive school of approximately 1, students. To confirm attendance please contact: And how can this help teachers prepare students for next summer? Ridgewood School is an non-selective comprehensive school of approximately 1, students.

There are 35 Maths Hubs, spread across England, each led by a school with a record of high achievement in maths and of supporting improvements in maths teaching and learning in neighbouring schools. Please keep an eagle eye out for my email announcing this and encourage your students to apply as soon as they can as places are limited and will be taken up quickly. In January two of our local schools will host two teachers from Shanghai. A discussion with two maths teachers, both heavily involved in the Maths Hubs project that is introducing teaching for mastery to secondary schools. The NCETM Maths podcast is produced by the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics NCETM , which is funded by the Department for Education to support all those teaching maths, to all age-groups, in schools and colleges in England, and those who provide and lead professional development activities for those teachers. Funding These courses are funded by the DfE and are offered free of charge to teachers working in state-funded schools, colleges and academies.

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Look here for further details. They and their schools are working with the Kent and Medway Maths Hub.

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For enquiries, please contact Sarah Rose, Hub Administrator srose sjwms. Venues and dates of the Raising Confidence courses can be found here. Open to anyone teaching mathematics in a solvign setting.

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This is the fifth teacher exchange with schools in Shanghai since the Maths Hubs programme was launched in autumn The January issue of the Maths Hubs newsletter, Bespokefeatured a breakdown of what incremental fractions learning might look like from Year 5 to Year 8. Find out how your school could work on teaching for mastery within the Maths Hubs programme here.

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There are 35 Maths Hubs, spread across England, each led by a school with a record of high achievement in maths and of supporting improvements in maths teaching and learning in neighbouring schools. To confirm attendance please contact: It will provide strategies and ideas for teachers to use in their classrooms to develop the skills of their students. These courses are funded by the DfE and are offered free of charge to teachers working in state-funded schools, colleges and academies.

The NCETM Maths podcast is produced by the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics NCETMwhich is funded by the Department for Education to support all those teaching maths, to all age-groups, in schools and colleges in England, and those who provide and lead professional development activities for those teachers.

Sara Sinnerton, Geri Holliday and Sarah Dean, some of our teaching for mastery specialists, are among 70 expert mathematics teachers from schools across England taking part in an exchange as part of the Maths Hubs programme.

What really works and why, and how do they think CPD can contribute to career progression? A discussion with the two lead editors of the PD materials, to help teachers and schools implement a teaching for mastery approach, being produced by the NCETM and Maths Hubs.

Do you know teachers who teach Maths but who did not train in Mathematics or does not have a degree in Mathematics? Further details and the booking link for this course are here. To book click here. To get the most from the courses, it is suggested that schools attend all three, although it is not necessary for the same teacher to attend all three days and the course has been designed to support three different teachers attending across all three days.

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With the first term of the new academic year well underway, I thought it appropriate to let you know details of AMSP teacher professional development and student enrichment opportunities that have been planned for Kent in the coming months.

In mid-January, the second wave of primary solbing from Shanghai arrive in England as part of the ongoing England-China exchange programme. Raising Confidence with Maths. To submit your interest in the programme please click here. Funding These courses are funded by the DfE and are offered free of charge to teachers working in state-funded schools, colleges and academies.

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The new maths GCSE: Further details are here. Shanghai style lesson observation January 3, Teacher Subject Specialism Training. Entry requirement for A level maths November 14, This suite of courses focuses on these areas, providing strategies and resources to use in the classroom with secondary students.

Books that help maths teaching March 1, You can read the full record of that discussion here. Come and eat cake and talk Pi at our Secondary network meetings. Applications Applications for these courses are now open and early booking is advised. Finally, an advance warning that I will soon be announcing the dates for a series of 10 problem solving workshops for sixth form students on Saturday mornings at the University of Kent.