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Teaching the Secondary Curriculum in Maths with Confidence and Creativity

How maths teaching and assessment will change under the new curriculum

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This course is only available to be delivered in your school. To find out how we can tailor this course to fit your needs, call our in-house team on 020 8253 8241 to receive a free, no-obligation quote.

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Suitable for: Maths teachers and leaders in UK secondary schools who want to develop and implement engaging schemes of work in line with the current curriculum.

Phases suitable for:

  • Secondary

Course Reference: 8222WW

Much ink has been spilled on the changes to National Curriculum teaching and assessment. This practical course will cut through the hype and completely prepare you for what these changes actually mean in terms of secondary maths teaching.

  • Explore the key differences and expectations in the revised maths curriculum
  • Begin developing an exciting and engaging maths curriculum with the Programmes of Study and ‘core knowledge’ at its heart
  • Use techniques to adapt existing lesson plans and schemes of work to meet the current curriculum requirements
  • Provide effective progression between key stages – skills to cope with GCSE requirements
  • Assess accurately and monitor progress effectively

Sessions

Key differences and expectations in the revised maths curriculum
  • The key features of the new KS3 and KS4 curriculum
  • Key changes in GCSE level
  • How is it affecting your setting?
The mathematics programme of study and effective progression
  • Key aims of the programmes of study
  • Organisation of schemes of work
  • Practical issues of progression
Techniques to adapt existing schemes of work and lesson plans
  • Engaging mathematics for all learners
  • Adapting schemes f work
  • Adapting lesson plans
Assessment and monitoring of progress
  • Assessment without levels
  • Types and purposes of assessment
  • Effective feedback
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