Supporting SEND pupils through Maths Mastery
Combining national guidance (DfE, EEF, NCETM) with local specialist knowledge, the programme will discuss and provide practical strategies for supporting:
General Maths Difficulties including Dyscalculia
Language difficulties in Maths
Memory and attention difficulties
Maths Anxiety and Confidence
The programme will follow a structure to implement a graduated response (Assess, Plan, Do, Review) for a case study pupil.
Participants and their schools will
Be more confident in understanding the difficulties pupils face in Mathematics
Collaboratively explore how SEND pupils can be supported
Effectively plan and deliver inclusive learning for their pupils
Feedback from previous participants
"Access to experts who are able to succinctly explain big concepts”
“Activities which are simple but profound throughout the session”
When are the online Workshops?
1 - Thursday 11 February 2021 (13:30 -15:30)
2 - Wednesday 24 February 2021 (15:45 – 16:45)
3 - Thursday 11 March 2021 (13:30 -15:30)
4 - Wednesday 28th April (15:45 – 16:45)
5 - Wednesday 12th May (13:30 -15:30)
6 - Wednesday 2nd June (15:45 – 16:45)
Who can apply?
This project is for SENCos, mathematics subject leads and other teaching staff in KS1 to KS3 who want to develop their knowledge, understanding and application of supporting pupils with Maths difficulties.
What is the cost?
The Supporting SEND pupils within the Mastery Classroom Work Group is fully funded by the Hubs Programme so is free to participating schools.
How to apply