The work group is aimed particularly at school-based practitioners leading the planning and provision of mathematics in Early Years.
How we can help...
Training and Events
Developing children’s routine/non-routine problem-solving skills and reasoning, including use of the bar model to support children with representing their mathematical thinking
As a mastery approach begins to be adopted by a growing number of schools, join this ‘hands-on’ training session to establish where problem solving and reasoning is still likely to feature in the curriculum: both in routine and non-routine ways.
An introduction to the mastery agenda, including key
teaching strategies and expected impacts, linked with adding depth to
children’s learning Advancing children’s algebraic thinking, including the
development of foundations in Key Stage 1
An introduction to the mastery agenda, including key teaching strategies and expected impacts, linked with adding depth to children’s learning
Advancing children’s algebraic thinking, including the development of foundations in Key Stage 1
Would you like to have the opportunity to see Shanghai teachers deliver mastery lessons and to participate in an in-depth debrief and discussion?
The maths team have worked with TTS to provide an idea for a new outdoor mathematics resource. The ‘outdoor number chalkboard tracks’ are designed so that a Concrete-Pictorial-Abstract approach can be used to support children with their learning.
What our clients say...
"We have employed Nathan as a primary maths consultant to work with our staff and have found him to be quite outstanding in all aspects of his performance, and one of the best consultants that we have ever used."
Professional Development Manager for the Co-operative Academies Trust
"What a wonderful course, Jane! I have had more ideas to use after this than from any other course I have attended. Thank-you!"
Key Stage 2 teacher from a five-part course in association with OTSA
"We have enjoyed working with Susie on the GPS project. The course materials have been inspiring and have helped to kick-start a more creative and fun way to teach GPS."
English Subject Leader, Southwold Primary School, Bicester