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MATHS INTERVENTION - KS1

Maths Hubs Network Collaborative Projects 2019/20

INTERVENTION IN A MASTERY CONTEXT

OVERVIEW

Whole class teaching is becoming embedded across schools using a teaching for mastery approach. This Work Group will consider models of intervention in a mastery context to ensure that mathematics teaching has maximum impact for all children. Teachers and leaders will further their understanding of teaching for mastery by using case studies to inform their practice. They will trial an intervention model of their choice, and will document their observations to share with others.

WHO IS THIS FOR?

Schools that have made a significant commitment to teaching for mastery in their curriculum planning are invited to nominate two teachers for the Work Group. It is recommended that schools have participated in a TRG Teaching for Mastery Work Group, but this is not essential. One of the teachers attending the Work Group should be in a middle or senior leadership role (ideally the Maths Lead), with experience and expertise in teaching for mastery.

WHAT IS INVOLVED?

Teachers in the Work Group will trial an intervention model to research within their own school. Over the course of the year, the Work Group will collaborate to critique, develop and evaluate their chosen model(s) to feed into the national project’s conclusions regarding effective models for intervention

DATES
Session 1:  
Tuesday 5th November 2019
Session 2:  Tuesday 21st January 2020
Session 3:  Tuesday 23rd June 2020

TIME: 10.00 am > 3.00 pm

COST: FREE

VENUE: Hampton Hargate Primary School, Hargate Way, Hampton Hargate, Peterborough.  PE7 8BZ

Please click here to download the full flyer and click the website link to book your place:  https://cmh19-interventionhgate.eventbrite.co.uk

 


WHAT IS THE CAMBRIDGE MATHS HUB?

Cambridge Maths hub supports teachers in the continual process of improving educational standards for students in our region from the youngest child in Early Years Foundation Stage to the oldest students in Post 16.

  • Their aims are to support the learning of mathematics by assisting schools and teachers in:
  • improving maths achievement at all levels
  • improving participation rates in mathematics at all levels improving students’ problem solving ability
  • developing students’ fluency hand in hand with conceptual understanding
  • improving the recruitment and retention of maths specialist teachers in the area

The Cambridge Maths Hub seeks to do this primarily through Work Groups. These are led by teachers and other professionals who share our aims.