Maths Mastery for Teacher Assistants: Improving Subject Knowledge


‘Great training- engaging, entertaining, clear and informative. Made learning maths fun for the first time in my life!’

C Lillywhite, Teacher



Invest in this training and develop teaching assistants’:


  • Ability to develop children’s independence as learners so they think for themselves and become resilient learners


  • Understanding of how to use ‘Concrete, Pictorial, Abstract’ approaches to improve children’s mathematical talk, reasoning and problem solving


  • Role in assessing children’s understanding and capturing vital evidence of learning throughout a lesson


  • Confidence in their own ability to learn and enjoy maths at a high level and practical ways of addressing this

Further Details


Who is this course suitable for?

Teaching assistants from the EYFS to Year 6

Costs for up to 30 delegates from a single school start at:


£400 (+VAT) for a twilight session

£475 (+VAT) for a half day 

£650 (+VAT) for a full day 


Plus expenses (travel and accommodation where needed)


Looking to host your own conference or invite other schools to join you?


Karen is a regular UK and international conference speaker. Simply email for further details


This exciting training is also available internationally. Contact Karen for more details

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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!