Maths Teaching Assistant Training With the Rutland Teaching Alliance
- 7th Mar 2019
- Teaching & Learning, Workforce
Maths Teaching Assistant Training
This high impact course was designed and run with great success by Jan Parry of the East Midlands South Maths Hub. The course aims to develop the subject knowledge, confidence and maths pedagogy of teaching assistants across the primary curriculum. It will enable them to understand the new curricula content and understand teaching for mastery. This course is ideal for those who wish to share great practice and reflect on how they can have a wider and more lasting impact on learning.
Reflect and develop their current practice
- Build their confidence with maths pedagogy
Curricula areas covered include
Number sense and reasoning
Place value, Reasoning and Problem Solving
- Shape and space
Each delegate will receive a 'goodie' bag full of resources to take back in to school to use with learners.
Dates for Maths Network for Teaching Assistants
Day 1 – 7th March 2019, 12:30 - 14:30
Day 2 – 21st March 2019, 12:30 - 14:30
Day 3 - TBC (Summer Date)
PLP delegates: £200 per delegate for the full 3 session course.
Non PLP delegates: £300 per delegate for the full 3 session course.
Venue: Nene Valley Primary School
Karen Muir, Director Primary for the Rutland Teaching Alliance
I am an enthusiastic and successful key stage 1 and key stage 2 practitioner with over 16 years of experience. I am currently Director Primary for the Rutland Teaching Alliance which involves planning, writing and delivering high quality CPD for Rutland's schools. I love the challenge of working collaboratively across schools to produce high quality learning outcomes for children with a wide range of needs. I studied at Homerton College (BEd) and completed an MEd at Leeds University specializing in early writing development. I have been a senior teacher, successfully led a range of curriculum development and am currently lead practitioner for the Rutland Learning Trust (MAT) in Rutland. I strongly believe that all curriculum and learning initiatives need to start and end with the children and their learning. I also think that sometimes we need to be brave and try something new!