Posted on July 7, 2020

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For more information about our Mastery Programme please click HERE.

If your school is interested in joining a Mastery Readiness Work Group then please click HERE Conditions apply.

Or continue to read for more information on our Development Work Groups:

 

Primary Teaching for Mastery Development Programme 2020/21

The Jurassic Maths Hub is pleased to invite you to apply for our Primary Teaching for Mastery Development Programme 2020/21, with opportunities across Dorset, Devon and BCP. You can find out more information and express an interest in this programme using the links below:

Primary Teaching for Mastery Development Work Groups
This is part of the continuing programme to develop teaching for mastery in mathematics in primary schools. Participants are schools who wish to develop a teaching for mastery approach. Each school sends two teachers to half-termly meetings supported by a Mastery Specialist. These meetings give opportunities for joint observation of lessons as well as collaborative planning. After each of these meetings, all schools agree actions that they will take before the next meeting. Each term the Mastery Specialist completes a school visit to support the school in its development of an action plan and to collaboratively plan with participating teachers. There will be 7 groups across the hub region with schools grouped according to geography.

If you require further information on either the application process of the Programme please email jurassicmaths@woodroffe.dorset.sch.uk

Please note if your school has already taken part in the Development Programme previously they will NOT be eligible to apply again.

If your school is interested in joining a Mastery Development Work Group then please click HERE to apply.

 

Posted on March 19, 2020

Due to recent events the Hub has made the decision to postpone all meetings and Work Group activity until further notice.

Please ask your Specialist or Work Group Lead if you are unsure how this will effect you, or contact The Hub directly:  jurrassicmaths@woodroffe.dorset.sch.uk 

 

Posted on March 15, 2020

CANCELLED 

 

Mathematics Subject Leader Network Meetings run by Richard Perring – The intention for these meetings is to provide an opportunity to work with colleagues from the region, to engage in some mathematics and consider how to apply it in the different schools and contexts represented. There will also be opportunities to discuss updates on regional and national initiatives. Time will also be provided for some strategic thinking, planning and networking, allowing Subject Leaders to work collaboratively across the region.

More information and a chance to book coming soon.

Posted on March 10, 2020

UNFORTUNATLEY DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS THIS YEARS JURASSIC MATHS HUB

SUMMER CONFERENCE HAS BEEN CANCELLED

WE LOOK FORWARD TO WELCOMING YOU ALL TO OUR NEXT CONFERENCE IN 2021

 

Each year we host a Summer Conference to share and showcase the professional development work of local schools and teachers through the Maths Hub. We also always have engaging speakers to help us all think about our practice and the mathematics education landscape.

This year’s annual Jurassic Maths Hub Conference, ‘Developing a Comprehensive Mathematical Mindset’, will take place on Monday 22nd June 2020 at Taunton Racecourse.

This years Keynote Speakers are Dr Alf Coles, of Bristol University and Karen Wilding, Director and Lead Consultant at Karen Wilding Education Ltd.

Dr Alf Coles will lead a Secondary session in the morning titled: Mathematical Habits of Mind: what are they and how can we foster them? Plus an afternoon session for all delegates titled: 5 Myths of Learning Mathematics: how they get in the way and what we could do differently.

Karen Wilding will lead a Primary morning session titled: Helping Every Child Become a True Mathematical Thinker and Reasoner Across the Early Years and Primary.

Tickets will be £75 and include lunch and refreshments.

More information and a chance to book coming soon.

Details of each previous conference can be found HERE 

 

Posted on March 9, 2020

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