The Primary Maths Leadership Development Group is led by an experienced primary maths lead and mastery specialist. This network offers six workshops for colleagues to further develop their existing knowledge and keep abreast of current issues within the teaching, learning and leadership of maths. Our main aim is to facilitate an opportunity to work collaboratively and build on the capacity of subject leaders, ensuring they lead effectively, instigating change that improves outcomes for children. The programme will be informed by up to date research and publications, and over the six sessions, practitioners will have the opportunity to discuss current issues and share expertise, ensuring it is tailored for the needs of the group. It is great opportunity to meet with colleagues, discussing anything from the teaching for mastery pedagogy, the curriculum and leading and managing change.
Maths subject leaders will:
- be kept up to date with current curriculum and leadership issues that are affecting schools at both a local and national level
- have the opportunity to maintain and develop strong networks between schools and leaders
- reflect on, and celebrate, successes
- review and develop their own strategic leadership role
All bookings will need to be confirmed using the ‘book your place’ link on the right. Only after receiving the booking will you receive the calendar invite.
Rebekah is a passionate classroom teacher who has taught across the entire primary and EYFS phase. She is now leading maths across her school and has delivered regular CPD on both the mastery principles and more recently how these link to the theory of how children learn. She has been actively involved with the East Midlands maths hub and has participated within several of their whole school mastery programmes. She is currently engaging with a teacher research group as part of the sustaining mastery programme and has in addition to this developed an internal teacher research group within her academy. Rebekah previously worked alongside the math hubs to conduct action research into the early teaching of multiplication and division, and her findings were shared by Nottingham Institute of Education. She is now currently undergoing an MA in education at Nottingham Trent University.
Tuesday 12th October 2021, 1:00-3:00pm, Tuxford Academy
Tuesday 30th November 2021, 3:45-5:00pm, Online
Tuesday 18th January 2022, 3:45-5:00pm, Online
Tuesday 15th March 2022, 3:45-5:00pm, Online
Tuesday 10th May, 3:45-5:00pm, Online
Tuesday 05th July 2022, 1:00-3:00pm, Tuxford Academy
Delivered by: Rebekah Gear
Costs: £75 (ex VAT) / free to Associated Partners
If your booking is made within a week of the programme commencing, you are not guaranteed a place. If you have been successful, our team will contact you directly.