The focus for Early Years (EY) work has progressed to support practitioners at each stage of their development. For practitioners who are new to EY, or with limited EY maths experience and training, there is a project that explores key concepts in early mathematical development and effective pedagogies that support EY mathematics learning.
To make the programme accessible for schools across our whole region, we are running 4 cohorts. All dates are 9.00am arrival for 09:30am start, finishing at 4pm.
This programme, which is free to attend, runs over 3 full days at Prudhoe Castle First School on the 10th January 2019, 28th February 2019 and the 9th May 2019
Cohort 1 – Metrocentre Marriott Hotel, Marconi Way, Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, NE11 9XF
29th November 2018 / 23rd January 2019 / 4th April 2019 Click Here to Book for Cohort 1
Cohort 2 – Location: Lowick Church Of England First School, 30 Main St, Berwick-upon-Tweed TD15 2UA
10th December 2018 / 7th February 2019 / 25th April 2019 Click Here to Book for Cohort 2
Cohort 3 – Location: Morpeth Road Primary Academy, Bates Avenue, Blyth, NE24 5TQ
6th December 2018 / 14th February 2019 / 2nd May 2019 Click Here to book for Cohort 3
Cohort 4 – Location: Prudhoe Castle First School, 83 Castle Road, Prudhoe, NE42 6PN. Click Here to book for Cohort 4
10th January 2019 / 28th February 2019 / 9th May 2019
Who is this for?
This workgroup is aimed at Reception teachers – particularly those who are new to teaching (within the last 3 years) or those who are new to Reception. The workgroup is designed to develop subject knowledge of early mathematical development in the Reception year and how this can feed into the mastery approaches used in KS1 and KS2.
New practitioners and those with limited experience will increase their own subject knowledge and develop effective pedagogies around EY maths teaching. Through understanding the principles and pedagogies of EY best practice, practitioners will be able to provide children with access to deep mathematical understanding.
More experienced practitioners will increase their knowledge base, engage with research, analyse their own practice and collaborate with peers. They will be able to share their new knowledge and approaches with colleagues to increase levels of children’s engagement and confidence in maths.
Expectations of participants and their schools
Applicants wishing to explore key concepts in early mathematical development do not need any previous experience. All participants must be able and willing to commit to participate fully in all elements of the programme.
The participant’s school/setting must have the capacity and commitment to support them throughout the programme
This Work Group is free of charge. For more information please download the information sheet below.