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Teaching Maths With Meaning: Improving Problem-Solving in Key Stage 2

Giving Children Meaningful Reasons to Learn Maths

 

Join us for this fantastic opportunity to embed and improve your current planning using the very simple but highly effective ‘Maths Sandwich’ approach! (Fully supporting a ‘Mastery’ approach to mathematics). 

 

‘Thanks Karen! Once again you’ve left me inspired and buzzing with ideas that

I’m eager to implement back in class!’

L Ince, Deputy Head and Maths Lead

 

Course Benefits:

 

  • Learn how to plan for meaningful and engaging real-life problem solving using the wonderfully simple ‘Maths Sandwich’ approach
  • Fully embed the  ‘Concrete- Pictorial-Abstract’ approach to plan for true ‘mastery’ for EVERY learner
  • Try out hands-on innovative ideas for teaching maths across the curriculum (meeting Ofsted’s new 2019 requirements) using D&T, Geography, Art, Science and more
  • Come away enthused and inspired, full of great new ideas to try out immediately with your class!

Further Details

 

Course Length: A one-day course run on request for individual schools, academy trusts and local networks.

 

Price: Costs start at £75 (+VAT) per delegate or £750 (+VAT) for a single school

 

Find out more: Contact Karen to enquire about investing in this training.

 

Who is this course suitable for?

Key Stage 2 teachers, support staff and SLT 

COURSE DETAILS

COST: £150 + VAT | £ + VAT for additional places

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  • ‘One of our EYFS Teachers has just attended this training and came back totally inspired and singing your praises. She said that she learnt more on this course than any course she has ever attended!’

     

    C Magnocavallo Head of Maths, Chesham Preparatory School, Bucks

  • Thank you for showing us HOW to change. So many courses just tell us what isn't working but not how to go about addressing this. Your approaches make so much sense! 

  • Just to say thank you again for 3 really brilliant talks at SGIS. We're a small school near Basel and we’d be interested in anything you’re doing nearby (Zurich way) so please let us know!