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Research School Network: Improving Maths in Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3 Explore all 8 recommendations from the EEF Guidance report for KS2/3 Mathematics.

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Improving Maths in Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3

Explore all 8 recommendations from the EEF Guidance report for KS2/3 Mathematics.

Tickets *

£ 345 - per delegate

* Limit 1 per person

Dates

2 December, 2021
10:30 - 15:30

Durrington High School- The Research Centre
The Boulevard
Worthing -

1 February, 2022
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21 June, 2022
10:30 - 15:30

Durrington High School- The Research Centre
The Boulevard
Worthing -

This programme will explore all eight recommendations from the EEF Guidance report for KS2/3 Mathematics and look at how they can be implemented in the classroom.

Who is it aimed at?

Primary or secondary teachers and leaders of maths at Key Stage 2 or 3.

What will be covered?

  • Look in detail at the EEF Guidelines for KS2 and 3 maths and how this links to research findings
  • Explore the recommendations, focusing particularly on misconceptions, manipulatives and representations, transition and problem solving
  • Support with implementing change either in your own practice or that of your school or department
  • What will you know/​be able to do by the end of the programme?
  • Understand what the best bets are for deepening understanding in maths
  • Develop cross-phase links and a shared pedagogy that will help with transition between primary and secondary
  • Be able to make small tweaks to your teaching which have a real impact on pupil attainment
  • Collaborate with colleagues by discussing pedagogy hence promoting a more consistent approach to teaching maths across the department or school

What will be the potential impact on teachers and pupils as a result of this training?

  • Pupils will gain a deeper understanding of the structures and connections within maths, enabling them to build upon firmer foundations
  • Collaborative work across the department or school will mean that pupils will benefit from a more consistent approach between classes and phases, helping to alleviate potential dips in performance
  • This should also result in a decrease in workload for teachers through shared planning and ideas.

Further reading

EEF Blog: Integrating evidence into mathematics teaching – Addressing Assessment

The Move From Primary to Secondary

DFR

Deb Friis

Research School Associate, Durrington Research School

Deb is a Maths teacher and Research School Associate. She is also Secondary Co-Lead for the Sussex Maths Hub and leads training for both primary and secondary Maths teachers across the county. She started at Durrington in 2019, before which she was Subject Leader for Maths for 12 years in an 11 – 18 school in Burgess Hill.

Read more aboutDeb Friis

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