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From June 2020, it will be mandatory for all primary schools to administer an online multiplication tables check (MTC) to year 4 pupils. The main purpose is to establish whether pupils can recall their times tables fluently and help schools identify where further help may be required.
Mastering times tables is a vital skill that all children must learn before they enter secondary school. However, teaching times tables well and robustly, as well as trying to make it fun and engaging at the same time, is challenge that resonates well with many schools.
This National College webinar will provide primary school headteachers, school leaders and maths leads with a framework and rationale for the development of children’s learning of multiplication facts and their confident use of times tables in the longer term.
Understanding how a broader approach to teaching times tables can maximise children’s recall ability
Recognising ‘maths anxiety’ and the pitfalls of over concentrating on timed tests
Exploring how multiplication facts can taught conceptually as well as procedurally
Practical strategies around longer planning for the tables check from Key Stage 1
Identifying research and materials which can aid different methods of teaching times tables
Multiplication CheckA thorough, informed and well-research webinar that highlighted practical ideas and concepts to implement back in the classroom.Clare Stanley - Maple Primary School
Informative guide on how to develop conceptual and procedural fluency across the whole school.Easy to listen to guide with real tried and tested games to support.Caroline Tomlinson, Deputy Head teacher - Hanwell Fields Community School
An extremely useful and informative webinar!Some really useful ideas for resources which will help children to develop their conceptual understanding to work alongside procedural approaches. The balance between these is critical for effective pedagogy in mathematics.Karen Hughes - Crab Lane Primary School
Well delivered, good ideasEasy to listen to, good ideas to engage pupils.Christina Macdiarmid - Hall Green Primary School
Fun and great conceptual and procedural ideasLots of ides to make conceptual and procedural understanding be fun and draw on each other so children develop recall and understandingGenna Chapman - Furzeham Primary and Nursery School
Clear and to the point.Great use of visuals during explanations and brilliant to know the resources are freely available.Bev Gilbert - Brading CE Primary School
Maths for allthank youSimon Walker - Bordesley Green Girls' School & Sixth Form
Brilliant knowledge and research.Loved the conceptual games ideas. Reinforced the importance of the understanding of times tables.thoroughDenise Jones - Charlestown Community Primary School
.Leanne Parsons - Parkway Primary School
Multiplication WebinarGood tips for teaching x tables effectivelyVeronica DEARDEN - Pike Fold Community Primary School
Table talkSuch a helpful and insightful webinar, so many examples of how to help teach times tables and the reasons behind the learningCath Fellows - The Forest High School
Times tablesExcellent insight into practical activities to support children with learning and understanding multiplicationCarol Dean, Support staff - Harlowbury Primary School
Great practical examplesThis webinar provides great practical examples to teach timetable in a conceptual way.Ana Lia Da Silva Ferreira, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
Time stable and gamesFound this very useful especially using this with my SEN studentsKalwant Rathore, teaching assistant - Roundhay School
AmazingI absolutely loved this. Really informative and absolutely excellent. Thank you for sharing the resources too. Saved me a lot of time.Joanne Carter, Teacher - Moorside High School ST9 0HP
Really InformativeGreat seminar. Introduced to lots of different, interesting games to play with the children. The information as well about what timestables are the most frequesnt was excellent.Adam Burgess - Caddington Village School
This webinar will provide school leaders, subject leads, curriculum leads and all teaching staff with practical advice and support in delivering effective master learning approaches to classroom teaching.
In this webinar, The National College will explore why and how Ofsted will look to gather evidence in relation to how schools teach about the protected characteristics. It will also cover what judgement criteria Ofsted will use and how schools can implement learning as part of their curriculum expectations.
In this webinar, Marc Rowland, the UK’s national authority on effective Pupil Premium provision, discusses how schools can act now to help bridge the education gap. He will explore how schools can implement a high expectations and inclusive teaching strategy to help negate the impact of school closures on the attainment of disadvantaged pupils.
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