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Teacher Subject Specialist Training – Delves Infant School

3rd November 2016

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Claire Craddock and Helen Hackett

Feedback Supporting Struggling Learners

(Edgbaston Stadium: October 2016)

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Comments from Mastery Teacher Day

Teacher Subject Specialist Training – September 2016

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Mont Nicole School, St Brelade, Jersey: August 2016)

“I just wanted to say a huge THANK YOU for the fabulous training last Friday, the staff are buzzing about the maths and have a much better understanding of Mastery and how lessons should be constructed and designed. I hope that this training will be the first of an ongoing relationship…all of my team are desperate to come over to Birmingham at some point”

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Comments from the Teacher Subject Specialist Training – 2015-2016

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Comments from Mastery Workshop Day – Gateway Alliance (2016)

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Primary Mastery Theory and Practice Day (January 2016)

Claire Duncan (Worlds End Junior School Maths Leader), Helen Hackett (Parkfield Maths Academy Maths Leader) and Alison Spicer (Head of School Colmore Infants),  hosted another Primary Mastery Theory and Practice day for the Central Maths Hub on Friday 22nd January.   Representatives from 30 schools attended.  During the day theories around mastery were discussed and the true definition of mastery in mathematics unpicked.

Comments from those who attended include:

‘I gained a good understanding of what the ‘Mastery Curriculum’ looks like.’

‘I enjoyed the passion and clear enjoyment of teaching maths displayed by the presenters.’

‘I have a clear plan now for how to take the mastery approach forward in my school.’

‘The day has cleared up many misconceptions I had about mastery and mathematics, I can’t wait to share what I’ve learnt with colleagues back at school.’

‘It was useful to see how lessons can be structured and the key resources used.’

‘The model lesson was really useful.’

‘All speakers/trainers were brilliant!’

‘I found the day gave me reassurance, that what I believed to be good practice, actually is.’

‘I found out so much today, and have been directed toward further reading and sources of information, which I’m looking forward to investigating.’

‘I have a clear vision of how mastery can look in my school now.’

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