Secondary Teaching for Mastery at Key Stage 3

The secondary teaching for mastery at key stage 3 is a work group which we are really excited about. This follows on from the work done in the Maths Hub on developing a KS3 curriculum to meet the key aims and incorporate pedagogy from the Shanghai exchange.

This Work Group is a free CPD opportunity for two members of your department. There will be 4 sessions throughout the year.

The teachers involved would leave with a greater understanding of teaching for mastery. They will not only receive training in each session but also get to see a lesson in practice. Each session will provide staff with resources which they can take back into school and share with their department, as well as training resources to develop other staff in the department.

Register your interest here

If you are interested in being part of this programme, please fill in the expression of interest and return to yhmathshub@outwood.com by Wednesday 5 December 2018.

Sessions:

The Feedback!

  • Temple Moor High School

    This programme has renewed my confidence that Mathematics education is improving in the U.K.

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  • Outwood Academy Shafton

    I now feel incredibly confident and enthusiastic about mastery, which naturally means my students now are!

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  • Wakefield – Outwood Grange Academy – 08:00-12:00
Tuesday 11th December 2018
Tuesday 29th January 2019
Tuesday 26th March 2019
Tuesday 18th June 2019
  • Scunthorpe – Outwood Academy Foxhills – 08:00-12:00
Wednesday 9th January 2019
Wednesday 20th March 2019
Wednesday 8th May 2019
Wednesday 19th June 2019
  • Kirklees – The Mirfield Free Grammar
Wednesday 16th January 2019: 11:00-15:00
Wednesday 6th March 2019: 12:15-16:15
Wednesday 1st May 2019: 12:15-16:15
Wednesday 26th June 2019: 12:15-16:15
  • Redcar – Outwood Academy Bydales
Wednesday 30th January 2019
Friday 22th March 2019
Wednesday 24th April 2019
Friday 21st June 2019

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