Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths - Primary Programme - NCP 20-24

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Group 2 - For Experienced Teachers - Work Group Lead, Nathan Crook

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It has long been recognised that maths teaching is enhanced when the teachers are confident about the subject matter. Maths Hubs work with a range of partners to ensure there is effective professional development of new teachers of maths in schools so that they have the specialist knowledge required to support the learning of maths. This project is offered to impact on developing the subject knowledge and pedagogical knowledge for all practitioners teaching and supporting the learning of maths.

The programme is based on four core primary modules:

• Number sense

• Additive reasoning

• Multiplicative reasoning

• Fractions.

An additional module offers an introduction which sets the scene for the current maths teaching landscape. Depending on the structure of the programme at a local level, the time commitment will be equivalent to three or four days.

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Tuesday 23rd February 202, 1pm - 3.30pm

Tuesday 30th March 2021, 1pm - 3pm

Tuesday 4th May 2021, 1pm - 3pm

Tuesday 8th June 2021, 1pm - 3pm

Participants and their schools must be able to commit to the full academic year’s programme. This is likely to involve some face-to-face activity alongside online collaboration. During the programme, participants will be asked to undertake tasks with learners to deepen their thinking about the learning of maths, and to share this with colleagues. It is asked that school leaders support their staff to complete this work.

The SKTM – Primary programme is fully funded by the Maths Hubs Programme so is free to participating schools.

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Our Work Groups are very popular and can become oversubscribed. Please book your place as soon as possible. Once a Work Group is full we will email you to confirm your place. If schools apply for multiple places, we may have to limit the number of places they are allocated. If we are unable to offer you a place, we will place you on a waiting list in case a space becomes available.

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