Leading primary mathematics in current times: being strategic and moving forwards
David Cook / Kate Kellner-Dilks
Assistant Headteachers / Deputy Headteachers / Heads of Department/Faculty / Middle Leaders
Academies and Schools (including EYFS)
Leadership / Mathematics
Following the success of our recent webinar series; ‘Leading primary mathematics in current times’ training, we have developed a further series of webinars to provide regular support to mathematics subject leaders.
As the new academic year starts, these may well continue to be busy and challenging times. As a mathematics subject leader in a primary school; What should be done first when leading a subject? How to best support colleagues? How to ensure that provision maximises learning? What are the achievement aims this academic year and the plans to get there?
We can offer support on this journey, with regular check-ins, CPD and discussions about what effective subject leadership might involve.
This series of six, one hour live webinars, with additional resources, across the academic year 2021-2022 are 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.
- support mathematics subject leaders in their role, including prioritising key actions
- share ideas and strategies to enhance classroom provision and maximise learning
- discuss how to manage supporting colleagues, monitoring and feedback
- share information and updates e.g. from the DfE and take account of the local and national context
- be a forum for discussion with other mathematics subject leaders and Herts for Learning primary maths advisers
• delegates will be supported to feel confident in leading mathematics, including prioritising actions, both being strategic and also responding to changes across the academic year
The cost of this training is £129 + VAT per person and consists of six, one-hour live webinars that will take place between 1.30pm and 2.30pm on the following dates:
Tuesday 5th October 2021
Wednesday 10th November 2021
Wednesday 12th January 2022
Wednesday 23rd February 2022
Wednesday 27th April 2022
Wednesday 15th June 2022
Delegates are expected to attend all six sessions.
Each webinar will be recorded to support leaders who have booked a place but are subsequently not able to make a live event.
Tuesday 5 October 2021
Wednesday 15 June 2022
Monday 4 October 2021
Maximum places per establishment