A one-day training course for senior leaders and numeracy coordinators, focusing on cross-curricular numeracy
Informative and relevant – it gives ideas and solutions rather than just telling you what needs to change.
A huge amount of great questions posed to help me decide on my priorities and next steps.
Concerns about standards in numeracy and mathematics in England have been around for a number of years – almost 17 million adults in the UK have numeracy skills below those needed for the lowest grade at GCSE*.
This training course gives you the opportunity to hear from practitioners who have developed innovative ideas and implemented classroom strategies with proven success. You will discover how to strengthen cross-curricular numeracy – developing students’ confidence and proficiency in numerical skills as well as the wider use and application of mathematics.
We are excited to confirm Robert Wilne, Director for Secondary at NCETM as keynote speaker. Previously a teacher and headteacher in state and independent secondary schools, Robert joined NCETM in 2014.
He believes that education ought to change lives because it should give learners more choices: his responsibility at the NCETM is to facilitate and maximise secondary maths teachers’ success in doing so in all schools and at all levels. Robert focuses on the management of numeracy across the curriculum in his brilliant piece for our blog.
Also confirmed is Jenny Bashford. Jenny is an AST in Science and Director of Learning, she is responsible for cross-curricular numeracy at Great Barr School. Jenny is going to describe the journey that Great Barr has been on in developing and embedding the whole school numeracy focus.
The closing keynote comes from Piers Ranger, an experienced Ofsted inspector with over 20 years’ experience of senior leadership.
*Skills for Life survey 2011
National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics (NCETM)
The aims of the NCETM are to raise levels of achievement in maths and to increase appreciation of the power and wonder of maths across the school, sixth form college and further education system.
Available for £95 (RRP: £125 members / £187.50 non-members).
- Embedding cross-curricular numeracy as early as possible.
- Successful strategies to develop numeracy between primary and secondary.
- Collaboration in numeracy between subject departments to improve your students’ numeracy skills.
- How to develop and maintain a truly cross-curricular numeracy policy.
|Robert Wilne||NCETM||Addressing the new national curriculum programmes of study and exploring how all pupils develop fluency, mathematical reasoning and problem-solving skills|
|Jenny Bashford||Great Barr School||TBC|
|Georgina Michaelides||Chelsea Academy||Focusing on the role of the Numeracy Coordinator and how to improve numeracy across the curriculum|
|Piers Rangers||Ofsted||Focusing on the development of children’s numeracy skills across the curriculum and how it is vital in order to prepare young people most effectively for the next steps in their education or employment|
- Greater understanding of strategies for managing numeracy across the curriculum.
- Increased knowledge of how to raise the profile of numeracy development across the whole school.
- Enhanced confidence when assessing your current position and planning next steps.
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CostSSAT members: £275 Non-members: £395
All prices exclusive of VAT
LocationThe Tomlinson Centre Queensbridge Road
London, E8 3ND United Kingdom