Covid-disrupted schooling - "slow down to go fast"
FREE ONLINE 2-HOUR SESSION FOR PRIMARY COLLEAGUES
Suitable for schools that have not yet engaged with the Teaching for Mastery Readiness or Mastery Development programmes
Teach well and children will progress.
Covid-disruption is something all school leaders and teachers are dealing with. No matter how hard we have all worked over the last 2 years, the learning of maths will have been impacted by time away from the classroom.
As children return to school, their attitudes towards the subject may have been affected as much as, or even more than the impact upon their skills. Evaluating what has been learnt and what has been missed needs to be revisited and the prioritising of the maths to be taught takes skill and time.
If your school is within the Birmingham, Sandwell and Dudley area, there is a Mastery Specialist Teacher waiting to support you.
Find our how your local Maths Hub can support your school moving forward.
We have a range of Work Groups to support teachers and leaders, whether new to teaching, or with years of experience, a class teacher or a leader, working in early years with the new ELGs or in upper KS2 wanting a smooth transition for pupils to KS3 – we have a Work Group for you!
In this session, we will look at how Maths Hubs work with schools to develop Teaching for Mastery approaches. Maths Hubs bring you together with teachers and leaders from other schools within a Work Group to provide high quality professional development. Specialists support you with using DfE guidance, including the DfE Maths Guidance (2020) and the 'Ready to Progress' materials to enhance maths teaching and ensure children make progress.
Wednesday 5th May - 9:15am-11:15am
Monday 10th May - 1pm-3pm