Online Meeting: Key Stage 2 to Key Stage 3 Transition – Follow Up Session



Tuesday 04 May



16:00 to 17:00



Talking Transition: A FREE Follow Up session on Supporting a Smooth Transition between KS2 and KS3, with Guest Speaker Alison Hopper, MEI.

‘Minimising the gaps to maximise progress between KS2-KS3 in maths’

Do you teach maths in Year 5, 6, 7 or 8? Are you a maths lead, senior lead or head of department? Would you like to collaborate with colleagues from both primary and secondary schools in your local area to talk tactics regarding maximising pupil progress and success around the issue of transition from KS2-KS3?

If so, please sign up for the next lively and informative CPD opportunity hosted by the friendly, approachable and experienced team of primary and secondary mastery specialist teachers from the Sussex Maths Hub. We are delighted to be joined, once again, by our guest expert, Alison Hopper from MEI who will be on hand to offer her expertise and insights in how to manage KS2-KS3 transition in maths most effectively in our post-lockdown climate.

Our last session culminated in the Maths Hub sharing a plethora of resources to support pedagogy, teaching and learning. We will be adding to our bank of resources and exploring key strands of mathematics, such as ratio, more deeply. There will be plenty of opportunity at this session to get to grips with progression in concepts and share insights about how this year’s cohort of Year Six pupils may have different strengths and development areas than the typical cohort at the end of KS2. We will explore the implications this has for teachers in Years 5, 6, 7 & 8.

Here’s some feedback from our last session:

“I was very interested in hearing from the speaker from MEI.”

“Amazing well-prepared and organised session. Loved the range of voices and perspectives. Padlet is a really great ‘take away’. Thanks to all.”

“Thank you very much for this really informative webinar. The resources look great and I’m looking forward to using them in my class and sharing them with other colleagues.”

“Thank you all! Another excellent webinar run by Sussex Maths Hub.”

So don’t delay, secure your place and sign up today using the link below. Then sit back, with your microphone and camera plugged in and get ready to be part of a conversation that we hope will have a really positive impact on the lives of the young people in our care. It is always exciting to have KS2 and KS3 practitioners working together to share ideas and best practice. We can learn from each other, network and enhance our knowledge to make transition post-Covid as successful as possible.