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What does mastery look like in the classroom? 23rd March 2017
Thu 23 March 2017, 08:30 – 15:30 GMT
What does mastery look like in the classroom?
EXCITING OPPORTUNITY for School Leaders
Many schools leaders are now convinced about the principles of a mastery curriculum in mathematics however they want to see it in practice and hear about it from a practical school leader’s perspective.
St Thomas of Canterbury School was part of the DfE’s Shanghai Research Project and has been working with a group of schools across the country linked to Maths Hubs for around two years. The school has implemented a mastery curriculum for mathematics and it is now in its third year.
Format of Event
Coffee and registration
Introduction to the school’s approach to mastery.
For most of the morning, delegates will have opportunity to spend time in classes across school to see what teaching for mastery ‘looks like’.
Lunch provided by Bistro St Thomas.
In the afternoon, there will be a facilitated discussion with a Primary Maths Specialist and a presentation from Liam Colclough (Head of School) about how the school has introduced mastery, some of the challenges and what we have learnt from the journey.
An opportunity for practical questions about the reality of introducing mastery.
Registration and coffee will be from 8.30am and the day will start at 9.00am and finish no later than 3.30pm.
This event will run on the following dates (repeated):
Friday 7th October, Tuesday 10th January, Thursday 23rd March, Thursday 18th May
This amazing opportunity costs £80.00 +VAT per delegate or 1 LUTSA Credit (see www.lutsa.co.uk for details of the CPD package)
For schools currently on the Roadmap to Mastery Programme THIS YEAR with SY Maths Hub, one place (for a member of the senior leadership team) per school will be funded for one date.
Places are limited so book quickly.
Date and Time
Learning Unlimited Teaching School Alliance
St Thomas Of Canterbury School
Chancet Wood Drive