This course is for all Early Years teachers, particularly those teaching in reception and will cover key concepts in early mathematical development and effective pedagogies that support EY mathematics learning. Focused projects will enhance practice on a particular theme in EY maths and enable participants to review practice, consider current research and develop their leadership capacity.
There will be 3 days of workshops with other practitioners on the programme, Independent study and setting-based work including gap tasks and evaluation and online discussion as part of a professional community, with support and mentoring from the Work Group Lead.
At the end of this course, 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 and Requirements
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 commit-ment to support them throughout the programme.
All participants must register with NCETM (National Centre for Excellence in Teaching Maths) and commit to keeping an online learning log and a final evaluation to be submitted to NCETM.
This CPD is FREE to attend. However, participants must commit to the whole course and failure to show at any workshops may result in a non-attendance fee being charged.
For further information or to book a place
Call: 01707 323693