Preventing the Gap – Making Big Impacts through Small Changes in Mathematics

Wednesday 8th February 2017 at Ansty Golf Centre, Brinklow Road, Ansty, Coventry, CV7 9JL

9:15-3:15pm

Head teachers, Primary maths subject leaders and SLT members are invited to attend FREE* professional development with

Andrew Jeffrey Independent Maths Expert

Preventing the Gap – Making Big Impacts through Small Changes in Mathematics

 I would like to invite you to join me from 9:15-3:15pm on Wednesday 8th February 2017 to consider leading and managing high achievement in mathematics in your school. The session, sponsored by Oxford University Press and organised by LA, offers the opportunity to attend a free full day* of professional development.

During the day we will consider how to make big impacts through small changes in the teaching of mathematics, looking at:

  • What does effective mastery look like in mathematics, and how can this be based on Bruner’s and Dienes’ research?
  • Concrete, Pictorial to Abstract: tasks to help children understand the concepts behind what they are asked to do, to ensure that all children are successful in mathematics.
  • How to leverage the powerful aims of the 2014 National Curriculum to support Mastery.
  • Problem solving, including a deep understanding of Bar Modelling as used in Singapore.

Numbers will be limited to 80 delegates (max 2 delegates per school) so please book early.  Please press control and click here to book a place.  If you experience any problems please email melindatwells@warwickshire.gov.uk.

Thank you, I look forward to meeting you.

Andrew Jeffrey (Independent Maths Consultan)

 *There will be a non-profit charge of £15 made by the organiser to cover the cost of the venue, refreshments & lunch.

About Andrew Jeffrey:

Andrew Jeffrey taught for over 25 years, and has been a teacher, school leader, inspector, lecturer, author and consultant. His passion for helping children learn, love and understand the patterns and structures of mathematics along with understanding why some children find mathematics so hard has led him to become an international conference speaker and teacher trainer.

Andrew is also a magician and loves magic tricks with mathematical secrets!