Primary Maths Network Meeting for Subject Leaders

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Primary Online Network Meeting for Maths Subject Leaders

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Our next Primary Network Meeting will be especially for Subject Leaders of Maths and will take place on Monday 22 November at 4pm.

The session will include an input from Gill Knight (Independent Consultant and Mastery Specialist) focusing on support for Maths Leads and discussion groups in the following areas:

  • Developing fluency
  • Closing the gap
  • Developing mathematical vocabulary
  • Challenge for all
  • Developing reasoning and problem solving
  • Supporting girls in maths

You will be able to choose the areas of interest you would like to discuss. Please come prepared to talk about what you have tried in school and ideas for the above!

Once registered, we will be in touch via Eventbrite email on the Friday before as well as at 2pm on the day with details of how to access the online meeting via Zoom.  The meeting starts at 4.00pm and we anticipate it will last around one hour.

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

Organiser of Primary Maths Network Meeting for Subject Leaders

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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