2020-21 Maths Work Group Opportunities and Resources FREE to ALL Schools

North West Three Maths Hub has the pleasure in offering the following Mathematics Programmes in 2020-21 for ALL schools in Sefton, Liverpool, Knowsley, Wigan and St Helens.

All programmes are FREE of Charge. The Work Groups and resources are all of high quality, based on research and are nationally accredited.

HOT OFF THE PRESS!
NCETM/Maths Hubs are pleased to announce that a ‘Ready to Progress Criteria’ document has been written and will be released shortly (before the summer break). This document is a well researched, evidence based (John Hattie) resource for Primary teachers focusing on key concepts to aid recovery and build firm foundations for pupils in Years 1-6. A Secondary phase document will follow shortly. This document will help to level the playing field and provide very clear guidance on what and how to teach the most important concepts.

 

Primary and Early Years Work Groups

Building Firm Foundations – Developing Mathematical Fluency – EOI now being taken.
Subject Knowledge for Teaching Maths in the Early Years – schools that have taken part in Wave 7 of the Developing Mathematical fluency (yet been affected by COVID in the spring term) will be offered this programme.
Mastery Readiness Programme – Applications now open, please click on the link: https://bit.ly/2YM0Wxq
Teaching for Mastery Development Programme – Applications now open, please click on the link: https://bit.ly/3eMZqRx
Teaching for Mastery Embedding Programme – Schools that have taken part in the TFM Development programme in 2019-20 will access this automatically.
Teaching for Mastery Sustaining Programme – Schools that have taken part in the TFM Embedding programme in 2019-20 will access this automatically.
Subject Knowledge for Teaching Mathematics Primary Programme (SKTM) – EOI now being taken.
Subject Knowledge for Teaching Assistants Programme (SKTM) – EOI now being taken.

Useful primary resources: free resources and nationally accredited

Number blocks
https://www.ncetm.org.uk/resources/52060

EYFS progressions maps
https://www.ncetm.org.uk/resources/52500

EEF- Improving Mathematics in the Early Years and Key Stage 1
https://educationendowmentfoundation.org.uk/tools/guidance-reports/early-maths/

Primary PD materials
https://www.ncetm.org.uk/resources/46689

Primary assessment materials
https://www.ncetm.org.uk/resources/53231

 

Transition Work Groups

Y5-8 Continuity Work Group – EOI now being taken.

Useful resources:
EEF – Improving Mathematics in Key Stages 2 and 3 https://educationendowmentfoundation.org.uk/tools/guidance-reports/maths-ks-2-3/

 

Secondary

Secondary Teaching for Mastery advocates programme – Applications now being taken. Click on the link: https://bit.ly/2YHTALs
Secondary Teaching for Mastery Embedding programme – Schools involved in the advocacy schools programme in 2019-20 will be invited to take part in this programme.
Mathematical thinking for the GCSE – EOI now being taken.
Challenging Topics at GCSE – EOI now being taken.
Supporting Post 16 GCSE resit – EOI now being taken.
Early Career teacher programme – for NQTs/RQTs – EOI now being taken.
Excellent Maths Teacher Programme – EOI now being taken.
Mastery Readiness Programme – New to TFM this is the place to start your journey – EOI now being taken.
Secondary Maths and SEND – NEW for 2020 – assisting recovery and closing the gaps – NEW for 2020-21. EOI now being taken.
CPD Network – termly meetings, back by popular demand- Key note speakers TBC.
HOD meetings – termly held across all 5 areas.

Useful secondary resources: free resources and nationally accredited

Secondary PD materials
https://www.ncetm.org.uk/resources/53449

Secondary assessment materials
https://www.ncetm.org.uk/resources/51246

NCETM link to Mastery section (Primary and Secondary – applications and resources)
https://www.ncetm.org.uk/resources/47230

 

Post 16

Developing Core Maths Pedagogy Work Group – EOI now being taken.
Developing A Level Pedagogy Work Group – EOI now being taken.
KS5 network meetings – NEW for 2020- across all 5 locations.

All Post 16 provision complements PD led by AMSP. The regional leads work together to create all offers so these complement each other.

AMSP
https://amsp.org.uk/

ITT

Working partnerships with ITT providers – 2 Work Groups will be offered working in partnership with Liverpool John Moore’s University, Liverpool Hope University and Edge Hill University.
NEW for 2020-21: All SCITTs and School Direct Providers across the 5 areas will be invited to participate in these Work Groups – please get in touch to find out more..

Covid Recovery Alternative Provision:
The school year 2020/21 will be substantially affected by the impact of the coronavirus outbreak. The knock-on effects on school life and teachers’ working lives can’t be predicted with any certainty. So, all Maths Hubs work will be flexible and adapt to changing realities. There’s likely to be more live online collaboration, often including use of video, for example. In addition, Work Group content will be adjusted to address schools’ recovery from coronavirus-related disruption alongside work on the central maths subject matter of each project. Further details will be provided in the autumn term when the Government provide further updates. All schools involved in the individual Work Groups will be kept fully informed via the Work Group lead and administration team.
For all expressions of interest please contact:

Lisa Bradshaw – Maths Hub Leadlisa.bradshaw@three-saints.org.uk
Sarah Makin – Senior Administratorsarah.makin@three-saints.org.uk
Paula Foster – Administratorpaula.foster@three-saints.org.uk
Sarah McIlroy – Primary Teaching for Mastery Leadsarah.mcilroy@three-saints.org.uk
Lindsay Porter – Secondary Teaching for Mastery Leadlindsay.porter@three-saints.org.uk
Sarah Boyle – Level 3 Leadsarah.boyle@calderstones.co.uk

To find out more please see flyer(s) attached, follow the links provided, visit the website and follow us for the most up to date information on Twitter..

North West Three Maths Hub
http://www.nwmathshub3.co.uk/

Twitter: @NWmathshub3

We look forward to working with you all next year.

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