Maths SLE School Improvement Support

Maths SLE School Improvement Support

Maths SLE School Improvement Support

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Overview

The Maths SLE School Improvement Support Programme

This programme aims to support existing mathematics SLEs in developing their approaches to mathematics school improvement work including drawing on the expertise of approaches used in the Maths Hubs Programme, such as teaching for mastery. It will provide a regional support programme for participants through three workshops and an online community.

The SLE Programme is only open to designated mathematics SLEs attached to a Teaching School. The programme involves three face-to-face days, independent study and school-based work.

Throughout the three days, participants will engage in specific sessions to develop:

– skills in driving the improvement in maths, including developing the capacity of school leadership of maths

– knowledge and understanding of the challenges and barriers to school improvement in maths and how to tackle them

– knowledge and understanding of effective teaching of maths including teaching for mastery.

The programme will run in regional locations in the North, Midlands and the South. Applicants will need to attend all three dates in their chosen cohort.

For an Information and Application pack click here.

WEBINAR: Supporting Distance Learning in Maths

WEBINAR: Supporting Distance Learning in Maths

WEBINAR: Supporting Distance Learning in Maths

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Date

Monday 21 September

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Time

16:30 to 17:30

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Overview

Supporting Distance Learning in Maths

Are you ready to provide distance learning from September? Would you like to have a better insight into how colleagues around Sussex are developing their whole school approaches to this issue? Would you and your team benefit from swapping notes and sharing top tips on managing lessons remotely?

This webinar aims to share practical tips, example lessons and strategies to support children who are learning from home with a focus on introducing new learning. The DfE has said that: “Schools are expected to consider how to continue to improve the quality of their existing offer and have a strong contingency plan in place for remote education provision by the end of September.”

At the Sussex Maths Hub our own team have been working hard to innovate and develop their own practice along with their colleagues. Please join us for this informative and user-friendly session (with the opportunity for Q & A) with Emma Gale (Assistant Maths Hub Lead) and Lauren Clowes (Primary Mastery Specialist Teacher).

WEBINAR: An Introduction to the NEW NCETM / DfE National Curriculum Materials

WEBINAR: An Introduction to the NEW NCETM / DfE National Curriculum Materials

WEBINAR: An Introduction to the NEW NCETM / DfE National Curriculum Materials

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Date

Thursday 10 September

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Time

16:30 to 17:30

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Overview

An introduction to the new NCETM / DfE national curriculum materials including the ‘Ready to Progress’ package with Elizabeth Lambert, NCETM Assistant Director for Primary. 

The NCETM have just launched their brand new website and along with this they have released ‘Ready to Progress’ PowerPoints, videos and teaching materials to support teachers with planning for the autumn term and beyond. This follows the earlier release of DfE/NCETM guidance that was issued in July.

If you would like the opportunity to have a deeper  insight into the rationale and purpose of the new guidance on teaching maths in primary schools alongside the Ready to Progress PowerPoints, then join us for a webinar that we hope will kick start the new term.

In a world of information overload, join us and our expert guide as we navigate this new suite of materials so that you feel better informed and in control of making informed choices about the resources you and your team can rely upon. In addition to the opportunity to ask questions to Elizabeth Lambert, our own team will also be on hand on the panel to take questions.

The 2020 DfE Mathematics Guidance document can be accessed here and would be useful reading material ahead of the Webinar.

Primary Teaching for Mastery Development Work Groups 2020/2021

Primary Teaching for Mastery Development Work Groups 2020/2021

Primary Teaching for Mastery Development Work Groups 2020/2021

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Overview

In 2020/21, all Maths Hubs will be running primary maths Teaching for Mastery Work Groups led by Mastery Specialists. This programme is for schools who have a commitment to developing a teaching for mastery approach. Although the school’s participation involves two teachers attending events outside of the school, it is expected that these two teachers lead development across the whole school. Each Maths Hub is now seeking to recruit schools for Work Groups, each involving six or seven schools. This document gives information about the Work Groups and how schools can apply to be involved.

Primary Mastery Readiness Work Groups 2020-21

Primary Mastery Readiness Work Groups 2020-21

Primary Mastery Readiness Work Groups 2020-21

Information and Application

Overview

In 2020/21, Maths Hubs will be running primary mathematics Mastery Readiness Work Groups led by Mastery Readiness Leads. This programme is for schools who have a commitment to developing a teaching for mastery approach long term, but who currently need additional support for improving maths teaching, learning and leadership. Although the school’s participation involves two teachers attending events outside of the school, it is expected that these two teachers have the opportunity to lead development across the whole school. Maths Hubs are now seeking to recruit schools for Work Groups, each involving up to eight schools. This document gives information about the Work Groups and how schools can apply to be involved. Your local Maths Hub will be given this information to make decisions about availability and your school’s suitability for this programme and may be able to offer suitable alternatives, if necessary.