Participants should be teachers of Years 5-8 in primary, secondary, middle school and all-through schools who have some responsibility for curriculum development, e.g. primary school maths leads/secondary heads of department.
deepen knowledge and understanding of the curriculum across KS2 and KS3 and the expectations of pupils at the end of each KS
understand the approaches which will support pupils as they move from KS2 to KS3, including the importance of consistency of language and representations
make use of common approaches, representations and language across phases
develop collaboration between primary and secondary colleagues on issues of curriculum and pedagogy, making them part of the school’s transition practice (and policy).
There will be 5 sessions.
Session 1: 23rd February 2021 | 2:00:3:30pm
Session 2: 2nd March 2021 | 2:00:3:30pm
Session 3: 17th March 2021 | 2:00:3:30pm
Session 4: 30th March 2021 | 2:00:3:30pm
Session 5: 5th May 2021 | 2:00:3:30pm
Session 6: 18th May 2021 | 2:00:3:30pm
Session 7: 25th May 2021 | 2:00:3:30pm
Session 8: 8th June 2021 | 2:00:3:30pm
What is the cost?
The Year 5-8 Continuity project is fully funded by the Maths Hubs Programme so is free to participating schools.