Maths Matters

Every Lesson Good or Better

Designed and delivered by outstanding Maths leaders, many of whom are Specialist Leaders of Education, this programme aims to develop delegates’ mathematics teaching to consistently good or better.

The programme is appropriate for NQTs, experienced teachers and non-specialists, in secondary who wish to deliver maths lessons to a high standard.

There are six face to face modules, which cover:

  • planning creative, fun and engaging lessons
  • discovering ways to motivate and inspire students in maths
  • exploring effective ways to track students and use data
  • challenging students’ misconceptions
  • preparing students for functional and multi-step problem solving.

The programme will develop delegates’ personal strengths and enable them to learn new skills and strategies in the maths classroom.

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  • Cohort 1 Participant Reviews

    I would recommend this course to any Maths teacher regardless of age, experience or ability. We can all improve a lot if we allow ourselves to see it and, if you do, this course can help you see how.

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When

The Maths Matters Programme starts in November 2016. All sessions run from 9am to 4pm (lunch is provided).

Module 1Thursday 15th June 2017
Module 2Wednesday 28th June 2017
Module 3 Monday 17th July 2017
Module 4Wednesday 13th September 2017
Module 5Monday 25th September 2017
Module 6Friday 6th October 2017

How to Book and Cost

The cost is £600 per delegate, excluding VAT. – Please use the booking form here

This programme is supported by Yorkshire and the Humber Maths Hub and they are offering 10 bursaries of £300 towards the cost of the programme, reducing it to £300 for participants.

To be eligible for a bursary, delegates must meet at least one of the following criteria which are based on Maths Hub priorities:

  • work in a school judged as RI or Inadequate;
  • work in a school where Maths is identified as a target area in the most recent inspection report;
  • work in a school which is below national average for KS4 Maths results;
  • work in a school in a priority area (Bradford, Barnsley and Doncaster)

Please make it clear on your booking form that you wish to be considered for this by checking the relevant section and identifying which criteria you meet. The Yorkshire and Humber Maths Hub Strategic Board will decide who qualifies for the bursary based on most need.