Work Groups for Primary:
The London SW Maths hub will deliver nationally coordinated projects being run by the maths hub network in 2019/20 in the following areas:
To develop the use of Subject Knowledge for Teaching Mathematics programmes for teachers of Primary to enable them to understand, teach and support pupils in mathematics in the classroom.
To develop the use of Subject Knowledge for Teaching Mathematics programmes for Primary TA's to enable them to understand, teach and support pupils in mathematics in the classroom.
The project will support participants in considering different models of intervention in a mastery context to ensure that mathematics teaching has maximum impact for all children. Participant teachers and leaders will further their understanding of teaching for mastery by using case studies to inform their practice. Schools will trial a model of their choice and will document their observations to share with others.
The project will focus on designing effective lesson plans, making use of key resources such as the Primary Mastery Professional Development materials and text books. There has been a large investment in both resources and making effective use of them will support schools in embedding teaching for mastery in mathematics. For schools that have taken up the text book funding, this Work Group will provide them with the opportunity to reflect on how these materials can be best used to support teachers, through the planning process, to develop subject and pedagogical knowledge.
This is part of the continuing programme to develop the teaching for mastery in mathematics in primary schools. The London SW Maths Hub has a group of primary TfM specialists who have taken part in the national training. Each of these specialists leads a group of schools in developing their approach to Teaching for Mastery.
This is for schools who were part of a work group supported by a primary mastery specialist in the academic year 2018/19. Each work group will be able to access some funding for ensuring that momentum gained this year is continued and that schools are building effective structures to ensure that TfM is embedded in the school. In order to access the funding, each work group will need to show how they have developed a plan that will enable school leadership to evaluate their approach to TfM and to embed TfM across the whole school.
This project will develop vital skills and practices for schools who have not yet accessed the Teaching for Mastery programme, based upon work carried out by Primary Mastery Specialists across hubs in the UK.