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Maths resources from previous 'Developing Maths Leaders across Bristol' courses.

Maths Leaders Course Leaflet

Maths resources

Maths resources

Maths resources

Maths resources

 Maths resources 

CPD for early mathematics

As we seek to understand more about children’s thinking by being co-partners, discovering with them, we are also enticed into developing our knowledge of the world and understanding how mathematical relationships impinge on almost every daily occurrence. Paley (2007) asserted in her reflections that the key is curiosity, not answers that we model, showing children our desire to also uncover the mysteries of the world. As we seek to learn more about a child, we demonstrate the acts of observing, listening, questioning and wondering.

The aims of the maths leaders courses are:

  • To develop Early Years mathematics leaders working in under five settings.
  • To develop staff as leaders of mathematics in their settings.
  • To extend teachers'/practitioners' knowledge about how young children learn mathematics.
  • To give strategies and opportunities to plan open ways for children to think mathematically.
  • To support teachers in their understanding of how to support children's own mathematics.
  • To embrace the latest research and apply this effectively in the practitioners' settings.

Child learning maths

Mathematics teaching can be ‘opened up’ through hands-on resources, maths games and appealing mathematical graphics. I have lots of ideas now to implement in my setting. QuoteA culture of mathematical enquiry can be built through embracing the latest research alongside the deployment of a range of tools, all of which  are shared in our  CPD programmes.


Mathematics course for reception teachers


The aims of the course are to...

  • extend teachers' knowledge about how young children learn mathematics
  • give strategies and opportunities to plan open ways for children to think mathematically
  • support teachers in their understanding of how to support children's own mathematics
  • to support the delivery of the new maths curriculum
  • to analyse the EYFS profile data
  • to develop reception teachers as maths leaders in their school

Dates:

13th January 2015
26th January 2015
2nd March 2015

Please note:  Attendance is needed on all three sessions.

The course is being lead by Emma, Jo and Michelle McCarthy, the new Maths SLE Reception teacher from Ashton Gate Primary.

Michelle's e-mail is:     michelle.mccarthy@Bristol-schools.uk

If you are interested please contact Shirley at Redcliffe on 0117 9030334. 

 

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