Calling all Heads of Maths or Maths educators with responsibility in Post 16.
Yorkshire and the Humber Maths Hub are creating a forum for all leaders in Post 16 Education to collaborate!
This forum is open to mathematics educators who are responsible for leading a team teaching students post 16.
This meeting will include a key note from the Yorkshire and the Humber Maths Hub on Core Maths – what is it and who is it for, as well as an up to date picture of funding opportunities at Post 16.
There will be time spent looking at the new content at A-level and resources that are available to support teachers.
There will be opportunities to work together to share good practice with other post 16 leads.
Calling all maths SLEs, aspiring SLEs and leaders of maths within MATS.
Yorkshire and the Humber Maths Hub are creating a forum for all local leaders of maths for any phase to collaborate!
This forum is open to mathematics educators who are involved in supporting the development of teachers of mathematics within and beyond their own setting.
This meeting will include a key note from the Yorkshire and the Humber Maths Hub on key work, innovation and opportunities within the MathsHub Network.
There will be opportunities to work in phase teams to share good practice with other Local Leaders of Maths Education.
Time: 16.00 – 17.00
Same Day Intervention has been developed by the Yorkshire and the Humber Maths Hub. The intervention introduces a new approach to Maths teaching for Year 5 pupils, with the aim that all pupils succeed and become resilient and confident mathematicians. In Same Day Intervention, the structure of the lesson includes a ‘progress pit-stop’ placed in the middle, during which teachers can assess and group children for further teaching.
By participating in this research, you will make an important contribution in helping to understand methods of teaching that prevent the attainment gap.
This information session is designed for Headteachers and Year 5 teachers in primary schools in the Yorkshire and Humber (and surrounding areas) who want to find out more about this EEF funded trial.