Teaching Mathematics in Primary Schools: A Review of the New Government Guidance for the National Curriculum

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On the 6th July 2020, the DfE announced new guidance to support the statutory ‘National curriculum in England: mathematics programmes of study’ on teaching mathematics at Key Stages 1 and 2.

The updated guidance was produced jointly with the National Centre for Excellence in Teaching Mathematics (NCETM). It focuses on ‘ready-to-progress criteria’ which are the concepts children need to master before they progress to the next year group.

The guidance should be used as a source of support for long- and short-term planning of maths teaching for all primary schools and for helping pupil’s recovery at the start of the autumn term after a prolonged period away from classroom teaching due to COVID-19.

In this webinar Mark Avis, a senior Mathematics Specialist Teacher and leading expert in evidence-informed approaches to maths teaching, will provide senior leaders, mathematics leads and teaching staff with practical advice and support on understanding the new guidance and how schools can move forward with mathematics teaching and learning from September 2020.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding the ‘ready-to-progress’ criteria and how this can be used to support the statutory guidance.

  • Understanding which core set of representations have been highlighted to enable children to make connections across year groups.

  • Recognising support for short, medium and long-term planning and assessment to ensure key elements of the curriculum are covered at the right time.

  • Understanding why ‘language structures’ are so important in the teaching of mathematics and how this can used to teach children with SEND.

  • Identifying the importance of transition conversations and supporting pupils and their movement through year groups.

Mark Avis

About The Expert

Mark Avis

Mathematics specialist who has led on several new, innovative approaches to teaching mathematics
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