Maths Workshops - Year 3 & 4 primary teachers
Join our series of primary collaborative working party meetings
Where is the root of the problem in maths?
Could it be in the complex transition from to Year 3?
These meetings will primarily focus on calculation progression and the understanding of place value. They are designed to support identification of starting points in maths and planning from where the child is currently working, to ensure progress in subsequent years.
We warmly welcome a diverse group of Year 3 & 4 teachers:
- If you are new to teaching year 3 or 4, join us to build your confidence in teaching maths and bridging the jump between KS1 and lower KS2.
- If you have years of successful teaching experience through the KS1 to lower KS2 transition, come and share your experience and gain some alternative approaches.
Join us to work collaboratively to:
- unpick the problematic areas in this challenging teaching stage, using concrete, pictorial and abstract concepts and resources
create practical solutions to instantly apply to your teaching to promote secure foundations in maths, in which to build upon in subsequent years, to ensure mathematical success
explore how to use mathematically-rich problems as starting points
share successful ideas, models, practices with other teachers
Due to the popularity of these workshops, we are repeating them again for 2017/18.
All sessions will run 1pm- 3pm
- Thursday 21st September, 2017
- Thursday 9th November 2017
- Thursday 11th January 2018
- Thursday 22nd February, 2018
- Thursday 14th June, 2018
Harrison Primary School, Harrison Road, Fareham, PO16 7EQ
Cost and booking
£100 per delegate for all 5 workshops
Places are limited, please book now via firstname.lastname@example.org or call Paula Parkes on 01329 234016