12 November 2016
The Mathematical Association in cooperation with Bucks, Berks and Oxon Maths Hub is delighted to invite you to apply for possibly the best Primary Professional Development Day for the fifth year running!
Workshops throughout the day given by people that include the following:
CPA and questioning for greater depth.
Maths in the Early Years Foundation Stage – the curiosity, the problem-solving, the fun – and the rigour – start here!
Thinking about a common assessment model after levels - withdrawn
Creative reasoning activities.
Using the Primary Maths Challenge materials in the classroom.
Using estimation to build number sense.
Geometrical Gems: problems and resources to introduce and develop geometrical thinking.
Workshops will be repeated throughout the day with four at each session.
1000-1030 - Registration and refreshments
1030-1130 - Opening Plenary
1130-1140 - Break
1140-1240 - Workshop 1
1240-1330 - Lunch and MA publications
1330-1430 - Workshop 2
1430-1440 - Break
1440-1540 - Workshop 3
1540-1600 - Refreshments and evaluations
The event is being held on a Saturday to avoid problems with cover. It is priced so that schools can afford to send two members of staff (about half the price of a typical LA course) - staff who enjoy the day’s training together, and are more likely to discuss and implement what they have experienced on their return to school.
The cost of the day is £70 for members of The Mathematical Association, £95 to non-members who will receive a £25 voucher redeemable against membership. All members of a school with Institutional Membership are entitled to come at the members’ price. These prices are for booking direct with The Mathematical Association – contact firstname.lastname@example.org . Publications from The Mathematical Association will be on sale on the day.
We provide a lovely lunch and refreshments and do everything possible to make it a great day out for those who attend.
The feedback on last year’s sessions was excellent. Please do consider sending at least one member of staff, as it is rare to have so many experts in the field of primary mathematics together for the day. It really is an opportunity not to be missed! Event details and application form can be downloaded from our One-day Events page at http://www.m-a.org.uk/primary-events
Once we have received your reservation we will be in touch nearer the time with more detailed directions and the finalised schedule for the day.
No refunds are given once a place has been booked but other names can be substituted if the person registering cannot attend.
We reserve the right to change the programme if the need arises.