SEND - Overcoming barriers in Mathematics KS2 and KS3

SEND - Overcoming barriers in Mathematics KS2 and KS3

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Work Group is designed to help students approach their maths lesson with less anxiety, knowing their needs are understood and feel supported

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Can knowledge of SEND, and implementation of this knowledge, reduce the levels of maths anxiety within the classroom? This Work Group is designed to help students approach their maths lessons with less anxiety, in the knowledge that their needs are understood and that a range of strategies will be in place to support them. Participants will deepen their understanding of a range of known barriers to learning and consider how the characteristics of particular SEND needs may affect mathematics learning and exacerbate maths anxiety. There will be the opportunity to access specific SEND expertise to share what may be characteristics of a student with a particular SEND (e.g. dyscalculia, ASD etc.) and how this may affect learning in the classroom.

This work group is ideal for teachers of KS2 or KS3 students in mainstream schools who would like to explore and develop their understanding in this key area.

Session 1 – Wednesday 23rd February (9am-3pm) at SJB, Woking

Session 2 - Thursday 24th March (3pm-5.45pm) ONLINE

Session 3 - Monday 25th April (3pm-5.45pm) ONLINE

Session 4 Tuesday 24th May (3pm-5.45pm) ONLINE

Session 5 Wednesday 22nd June (9am-12pm) at SJB, Woking

A maximum of 1 teacher per school can register for this Work Group.

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

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 prioritise State Funded schools

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