Primary Mathematics Professional Networks

Our Networks involve three full day face to face sessions with one of our Mathematics Team.  The sessions provide local and national updates that are specific to Mathematics, whilst linking to the wider education picture.  Within every network there is time to discuss and debate the teaching of mathematics based on the collaborative feedback of what really works in Norfolk and Suffolk classrooms. The Mathematics Team support the subject leaders to take relevant information back to their schools and empower them to develop their leadership role to improve the teaching and learning of mathematics.

What are the benefits of the networks?  

  • Helps to prioritise the Subject Leadership responsibilities for the forthcoming months.
  • Gives us local and national updates that are specific to Mathematics.
  • Enables the sharing of good practice for the teaching of mathematics.
  • Creates opportunities to do some Mathematics and unpick how to teach “tricky” concepts.
  • Explores an in depth focus for internal CPD follow up sessions.
  • Provides time to reflect on mathematics within specific school context alongside action planning.

What is the impact?

"Fantastic, current, specific and interesting resources, delivery and presentation."

"Thank you for all the information over the year. It has been very informative and has enabled me to be inspired by maths as previously I had led literacy."

99% of delegates over all Primary Mathematics Network Meetings for 2017 to 2018 gave ratings that are good or excellent for the structure, content and delivery of the Networks. 

"Thank you, it's always fun to learn about  new maths developments."

"Useful once again - gives me the knowledge and 'boost' to move maths teaching in the federation forward with relevance to current 'drives'."

Twilight Sessions 

Delegates will have the opportunity to access an additional opt-in twilight.  These will follow each Network series, providing vital opportunities to network further with colleagues around a shared professional development strand and to share ways of gaining greater impact in individual schools.

The second change for the 2018 to 2019 is that each school attending our Network will be able to select one twilight from the Six EEF Improving Mathematics at Key Stage 2 to Key Stage 3 Twilights.

Autumn Twilight

1 - How to Teach Learners Strategies for Solving Problems

2 - Developing the Use Manipulatives and Representations

3 - Developing Learners Independence and Motivation to Succeed in Mathematics

Spring Twilight

4 - How to Use Tasks and Resources to Challenge and Support Learners Mathematics

5 - How to Enable Learner’s to make a Rich Network of Mathematical Knowledge

6 - How to Use Assessment to Build on Learner’s Knowledge and Understanding

Our 2019-2020 Year Primary Mathematics Networks - please click for details and booking

07/10/2019 Day 1  Primary Mathematics Professional Network 2019/2020 Norwich
27/01/2020 Day 2  Primary Mathematics Professional Network 2019/2020 Norwich
18/05/2020 Day 3   Primary Mathematics Professional Network 2019/2020 Norwich

 

08/10/2019 Day 1  Primary Mathematics Professional Network 2019/2020 Norwich
28/01/2020 Day 2  Primary Mathematics Professional Network 2019/2020  Norwich
19/05/2020 Day 3  Primary Mathematics Professional Network 2019/2020 Norwich

 

09/10/2019 Day 1  Primary Mathematics Professional Network 2019/2020 Norwich
29/01/2020 Day 2  Primary Mathematics Professional Network 2019/2020 Norwich
20/05/2020 Day 3  Primary Mathematics Professional Network 2019/2020 Norwich

 

11/10/2019 Day 1  Primary Mathematics Professional Network 2019/2020 College of West Anglia
31/01/2020 Day 2   Primary Mathematics Professional Network 2019/2020 College of West Anglia
22/05/2020 Day 3   Primary Mathematics Professional Network 2019/2020 College of West Anglia

 

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