Achieving mathematical age-related expectations by the end of Year 6
Laura Dell / Kate Kellner-Dilks
Classroom Teachers / Subject Leaders
Academies and Schools (including EYFS)
Leadership and Management / Mathematics
Teachers working with Year 6 pupils in 2021-2022 will want to ensure that they enable as many pupils as possible reach the age related expectations required for the KS2 SATs in May 2022. This will reply on identifying gaps in understanding, teaching high value learning so that pupils become secure and giving pupils the tools needed to be successful within assessment situations.
Grappling with the aims and content within the Upper Key Stage 2 (UKS2) curriculum, it is increasingly important to understand what age-related expectations should look like. Aimed at teachers working with Year 6 pupils, and taking into account the most up to date guidance, this course will support practitioners with strategies, practical ideas and resources that can be used to enable pupils to secure age-related learning by the end of the UKS2 phase.
By providing exemplifications of possible sequences of learning, teachers will develop further familiarity with the Year 6 content while developing a sequence to teach back in their own classroom tailored to suit the needs of their pupils.
This course will comprise live webinars and pre-recorded modules. Once booked onto the course, delegates will be invited to a live webinar session which will take place on Tuesday 28th September from 2:00pm - 3:00pm. Pre-recorded materials will then be available following the session until the second live webinar that will take place on Tuesday 19th October from 2:00pm – 3:00pm.
- identify key learning in UKS2 and consider strategies to meet end of year statements
- explore structures and representations to support taught concepts in Year 6
- be supported in exploring barriers which might prevent pupils from achieving national expectations
- develop new strategies to support pupils in applying their learning in more challenging problem-solving contexts
The cost of the course is £129 + VAT per person.
Delegates are expected to attend both live webinars and complete the pre-recorded materials within the time stated.
Tuesday 28 September 2021
Tuesday 19 October 2021
Monday 27 September 2021
Maximum places per establishment