SKTM Primary Teachers Work Group

NW3 Maths Hub would like to invite ALL Primary Schools in Liverpool, St Helen’s, Sefton, Knowsley and Wigan to join the NEW SKTM Primary teachers Work Group – please see attached for further information and how to apply

This programme is FREE of Charge to all schools.

Why join now?   

Yesterday the Mathematics Recovery Curriculum link below, was released. 

NCETM/Maths Hubs are pleased to announce that a ‘Ready to Progress Criteria’ document has been written and has been released today.  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. This document will help to level the playing field and provide very clear guidance on what and how to teach the most important concepts.

Teaching mathematics in primary schools

Guidance for teaching mathematics at key stages 1 and 2 to help pupils progress through the national curriculum.

This support document will provide the backbone to the SKTM Primary teachers programme.

All the Work Groups and resources we promote are of high quality, based on research and nationally accredited. 

The purpose of the programme is to support primary teachers in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, thus enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in the mathematics classroom. 

The programme is based on four core primary modules:

  • Number sense
  • Additive reasoning
  • Multiplicative reasoning
  • Fractions

This programme is designed to impact on developing the subject knowledge and pedagogical knowledge for all primary teachers.

More bespoke than ever…

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.

If you would like to be part of this Work Group please contact Lisa Bradshaw: We are looking for 12 schools. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. 

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