Primary Schools sought by The Central Maths Hub for Mathematical Reasoning projectThe Central Maths Hub is seeking local primary schools to participate in a national research project to measure the effectiveness of a programme of teaching for Year 2 children designed to promote children’s quantitative reasoning —understanding the relations between numbers and being able to use them to solve problems.
The project, using materials designed by researchers at Oxford University and funded by the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) is being run in eight Maths Hubs areas and coordinated by the NCETM. The Central Maths Hub is one of the eight Maths Hubs participating.
An earlier EEF trial of the programme showed a positive impact on pupils’ numeracy ability.
In this larger scale project, at The Central Maths Hub, we seek to recruit 20 primary schools to participate in the project, which will run during the school year 2016/2017. Once the 20 schools have been selected, half will be chosen at random to receive the teaching intervention, the other half will carry on teaching as usual. This group will receive training and the materials for use during the school year 2017/2018.
Schools applying will need to be in, or near, the geographical area covered by this Maths Hub. More information and an Expression of Interest form are available.