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. Entry requirement for A level maths November 14, It will provide strategies and ideas for teachers to use in their classrooms to deepen their students’ understanding, encourage them to study mathematics beyond GCSE and support them in this. Further details are here. To book click here.

Open to anyone teaching mathematics in a secondary setting. Funding These courses are funded by the DfE and are offered free of charge to teachers working in state-funded schools, colleges and academies. Continuity in fractions learning between Year 5 and Year 8 February 1, Further details are here. The purpose of the exchange is to further develop the understanding and implementation of mastery approaches to teaching maths in their schools and across the Maths Hubs programme. Full details will follow shortly. Look here for further details.

Look here for further details. The day will include: Continuity in fractions learning between Year 5 and Year 8 February 1, Teacher Subject Specialism Training.

A discussion where five teachers describe books—new and old—that have helped in their maths teaching. We will consider different models for embedding a problem solving culture in the classroom and provide practical strategies that help students to become more resilient problem solvers.


Get this podcast on your phone! The Year 6 lessons will be very suitable for KS3 staff also. Applications for these courses are now open and early booking is advised. To submit your interest in the programme please click here.


Find out more about the CPD opportunities on offer for you and your colleagues, including secondary teaching for masterythrough the Maths Hubs.

The new maths GCSE: To book click here. Do you know teachers who teach Maths but who did not train in Mathematics or ncftm not have a degree in Mathematics? This session is free thanks to funding from FMSP.

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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. Copyright All rights reserved.

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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. Through reference to recent GCSE exam questions we look at how problem solving can be introduced across the mathematics curriculum and provide ideas for teachers to embed these skills systematically throughout secondary mathematics.

Venues and dates of the Raising Solvinf courses can be found here. Full details will follow shortly. Jo Randhawa, randhawaj cpdd.

West Solvjng Secondary Network Meeting. The changes to the GCSE have given greater prominence to Reasoning and Problem Solving over the last few years and there is a national drive to increase the number of students studying maths beyond GCSE.


Applications Applications for these courses are now open and early booking is advised. Entry requirement for A level maths November 14, Up to 30 hours is training is available including: Please click here for full details and booking sloving.

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Tuesday 22nd January9. Please keep an eagle eye out for my email announcing this and ndetm your students to apply as soon as they can as places are limited and will be taken up quickly.


Books that help maths teaching March 1, 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.

Our first Canterbury teacher network meeting of the year is planned for Thursday 11th October at Canterbury Academy, running from Shanghai style lesson observation January 3, Ridgewood School is an non-selective comprehensive school of approximately 1, students. Find out how your school could work on teaching for mastery within the Maths Hubs programme here.