Are you looking for support with interpreting the new DfE maths NC guidance for your school?
Are you working to embed the guidance alongside your Covid recovery plans?
If your school has had previous involvement with the Maths Hubs Teaching for Mastery Programme, then you are eligible to join one of our new, funded Sustaining Teaching for Mastery Work Groups (even if you have had significant staff turnover or you have not been involved for a while).
One or two teachers, from each of a few local schools, make up a Sustaining Work Group. They will work collaboratively throughout the year (online initially), to:
- plan high quality lesson sequences accommodating the new guidance and mastery principles
- address bespoke school issues such as Covid recovery and curriculum prioritisation.
The Teaching for Mastery Sustaining Work Group has impacted greatly on Mathematics at our school. It has helped to develop our Mastery approach across school and has helped staff to embed the five big ideas for Mastery to improve the children’s confidence through the strategies used. Our subject leader has benefited from the opportunities to further develop subject knowledge; staff training has supported staff, resulting in improved confidence in their approach to Mathematics teaching and learning. We are very pleased with the progress and attainment across in Mathematics across school, despite the disruption to learning as a result of the pandemic.
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