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, to discuss updates on regional and national initiatives and to give the opportunity for some strategic thinking, planning and networking, allowing Subject Leaders to work collaboratively across the region.
For more information abouts dates and venues please visit our Secondary & Middle Events page.
NSPCC Number Day takes place on Friday 05 December 2014 and a fun, nationwide maths fundraising event for children and young people of all ages that helps raise money to support the NSPCC. By taking part in Number Day, the money raised will help protect children in danger. Oxford University Press are supporting NSPCC Number Day for a second year, helping to make maths meaningful for children across the UK.
There are going to be lots of exciting activities for schools to choose from. These will be designed to suit all ages of children and young people and will have clear links to the maths curriculum.
Everything you need to take part
The NSPCC will provide all schools who register with everything they need to make their Number Day a success. Activities and resources available to all registered schools will include:
- Curriculum-linked fundraising activities, created in partnership with Oxford University Press.
- Number Day guide, fundraising tips and ideas to help pupils and teachers raise money.
- Celebrity posters, stickers and certificates to promote your event.
- Teacher resources including assembly presentations and lesson plans to help you inspire and inform the whole school about the NSPCC’s work.
Number day can involve the whole day with digits or just a 60 minute session.
To register your school please visit http://www.nspcc.org.uk/what-you-can-do/events/number-day