The Further Mathematics Support Programme in conjunction with the Jurassic Maths Hub is pleased to offer a Problem Solving in Mechanics day to be held at The Woodroffe School in Lyme Regis on Monday the 26th February from 10am to 3.30pm.
For more information and how to book your place please click on the link below:
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Bursary application to attend BCME9 – Deadline for applications 30 Nov 2017
- The bursary is to provide an opportunity for mathematics teachers to attend the BCME9 conference.
- It is preferable that the bursaries stimulate interactions across the mathematical community and preference will be given to applications that do this. Please include in your CV details of any membership of JMC societies, e.g. AMET, ATM, BSHM, IMA, LMS, MA, NAMA, NANAMIC etc.
- A full list can be seen on the BCME website.
- The bursary will not cover the costs of supply teaching cover.
- Bursaries will not be made after BCME9 has happened
Full details can be found at http://www.bcme.org.uk/Bursary .
Fractions, ratio and proportion have been given a much greater focus in both the recent KS2 and KS3 curriculums and this is also reflected in the new GCSE exams. Deepening pupils understanding of the underlying multiplicative mathematics is crucial to supporting progress across KS2, into KS3 and beyond.
This tried and tested Work Group model allows KS2 and KS3 teachers to work together, using specifically designed lessons and research-based professional development materials, to focus on the most effective teaching and learning approaches in this area.
Please click on the link for more information
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Please click on the link below and complete the expression of interest form and return to the firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday the 15th of December.
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New Maths SKE course available in Poole starting early 2018
For more information please click on the link below:
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The Jurassic Maths Hub, in partnership with the Learning Academy Partnership (SW) and Maths Hubs, are pleased to be welcoming two Chinese teachers from Shanghai for a 2 week period in January 2018. The exchange is part of a long-term project, run within the Maths Hubs programme, to help teachers in English schools introduce mastery approaches to teaching Maths in their schools.
The Chinese teachers will be hosted at Warberry C of E Academy in Torquay for the duration of their stay. As part of the exchange the Shanghai teachers will be providing teachers from across the region with the opportunity to observe lessons in KS1 and KS2, as well as participating in lesson discussions with the Chinese teachers.
There will be 2 showcase lessons held, as part of the exchange, at The Spires College in Torquay. The KS1 showcase will be on Wednesday 24th January 2018 and the KS2 showcase will be on Thursday 25th January 2018. These are morning sessions with arrival from 9.00am, for a 9.30am start, and finish approximately 11.30am.
There are limited spaces, so click HERE to book your free place.