NW Maths Hub 3 is offering the following Primary Maths CPD opportunities in the spring and summer term 2018:
Differentiation in a mastery context – Starting in March 2018
- To support teachers to differentiate effectively within a mastery mathematics curriculum
- To identify the big mathematical ideas that underpin learning of key concepts
- How equipment and images can be used to build conceptual understanding
- To give children opportunities to work at greater depth within year group expectations
Assessment of Mastery
- How to meet the needs of all learners including rapid graspers and lower attaining pupils
- Supporting teachers to monitor current provision, identifying gaps and planning next steps to ensure children are prepared to meet end of year national expectations
- Teachers will need to bring 3 pupil books that show a difference in mathematical attainment and thinking
UKS2- Tuesday 27th February 2018, 9-3.30pm.
Mathematics Subject Leader Day 2- Friday 23rd February 2018, 9.00am – 3.30pm
- Assessment of Mastery; moderation and standardisation
- Mathematical updates and current thinking. There will also be an opportunity for quality assurance of Maths practice via NW Maths Hub 3 as they share their experiences from current national practice and policy.
- Mathematics lesson design and structure – various dates and catering for all year groups on February and March
- Supporting teachers with long term planning and short term panning ensuring depth coverage and progression.
- Ensure staff are teaching the 3 aims of the National Curriculum, using the CPA approach to develop a deeper understanding.
During the session staff will have the opportunity to create a sequence of learning from the model to build a golden thread of thinking including tackling differentiation in a mastery context.
Staff will also receive 1 complete unit of work that can be taught in the spring term from ‘The mathematical toolkit’.
Achieving Greater Depth in a Mastery Context- starting in June 2018
- To explore how children can develop a deep understanding of big mathematical ideas
- To have a range of strategies and ideas for applying skills with greater flexibility within age-related objectives
- To share examples of how children’s outcomes may differ when working at greater depth
Places are limited and will be given on a first come, first serve basis.
A full days course costs- £150, this includes: refreshments (including light lunch) and all course materials.
½ day training costs- £70, this includes: tea/coffee/biscuits and all course materials.
Alliance members receive 25% of all training opportunities.
Maths SL network meetings and Head Teacher briefings are Free of Charge to all alliance members.
To reserve a place for any event please contact: Sarah Makin firstname.lastname@example.org and/or Paula Foster email@example.com
Thank you in advance. We look forward to working with you and your staff soon.