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Leading primary mathematics in current times

Webinar, Webinar
Course Tutors
Rachael Brown / David Cook / Kate Kellner-Dilks
Admin Contact
Sandra Penstone-Smith (training@hertsforlearning.co.uk)
Target Audience
All Leaders / Assistant Headteachers / Deputy Headteachers / Heads of Department/Faculty / Middle Leaders / New/Aspiring Middle Leaders / New/Aspiring Subject Leaders / Subject Leaders
target audience
Course Types
Webinar, Course
Course categories
Academies and Schools (including EYFS)
Leadership and Management / Mathematics
Event Description
Leading primary mathematics in current times: being strategic about the operational.

The phrase ‘unprecedented times’ is overused, but these may well be busy, challenging and uncertain times. With the role of primary mathematics subject leader in mind; What should the mathematics subject leader do (first) when leading the subject? How can colleagues be supported? How can the provision be tweaked to maximise learning? How is this academic year different and what might that mean for the role?

This series of six 1 hour live webinars (with additional resources), across the spring and summer term 2021 is aimed at helping mathematics subject leaders to prioritise key actions, support colleagues and lead their subject with confidence. Content will be reviewed and adjusted to ensure it takes account of the local and national context.
Training objectives

  • support mathematics subject leaders in their role, including prioritising key actions in the current context

  • share ideas and strategies to enhance classroom provision, whilst working within current guidelines

  • discuss how to manage supporting colleagues, monitoring and feedback

  • consider how to maximise home / remote learning opportunities, where these are necessary

  • be a forum for discussion with other mathematics subject leaders and HfL primary maths advisers

Learning outcomes
Delegates will be supported to feel confident in leading mathematics, including prioritising actions and responding to ongoing challenges across the academic year.
Additional Information
Dates for training will be:

Wednesday 06.01.21
Tuesday 09.02.21
Wednesday 17.03.21
Tuesday 20.04.21
Wednesday 26.05.21
Wednesday 30.06.21

All webinars will be from 1:30pm – 2:30pm

Delegates will be required to attend all 6 sessions.
Start Date
Wednesday 6 January 2021
End Date
Wednesday 30 June 2021
Closing Date
Tuesday 5 January 2021
13:30 - 14:30
Maximum Places
Maximum places per establishment
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