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FREE Primary Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Mathematics for Teachers

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A work group to develop specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics for Primary Teachers.

About this event

This FREE programme is aimed at supporting primary teachers in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, thus enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in the maths classroom.

The Work Group is aimed at developing subject knowledge on five core primary modules:

  • Policy and impact on practice
  • Number sense
  • Additive reasoning
  • Multiplicative reasoning
  • Fractions

Choice of 2 Groups

Group 1 at Talavera School, Aldershot

26 November 2021, 28 January, 18th March and 20th May 2022 : 9.30-3.00pm

Group 2 at St John The Baptist School, Woking

27 January, 10 March, 26 May and 9 June 2022 : 9.30-3.00pm

Please ensure that you can attend all session dates before signing up to this work group.

A maximum of 2 teachers from each participating school will be required to attend all sessions for this Work Group and complete in-school intersessional tasks.

All registrants will be required to join an NCETM Basecamp online community for this Work Group in order to access resources and information. Please ensure you tick the box to confirm this when you register.

As with all our Free or Funded Maths Hub Work Groups and programmes, we are funded by the Department for Education and therefore have to prioritise State Funded schools.

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Online event

Organiser North-East Hants and Surrey (NEHS) Maths Hub

Organiser of FREE Primary Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Mathematics for Teachers

North-East Hants and Surrey (NEHS) Maths Hub is led by St John the Baptist School, Woking and runs a large programme of  Work Groups and events throughout the year with the aim of improving Maths teaching, leadership and professional learning practice to transform Maths education.

The Maths Hubs Network is the collaborative partnership of the 40 Maths Hubs across England, supported and facilitated by the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics (NCETM). It is part of the wider development of school-led, system leadership of education in England.

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