Maths Forum – Friday 20th March 2020
Curriculum Design for Primary School Mathematics: Getting your school Ofsted ready
Friday 20th March 2020
1:00pm to 4:00pm
Gearies Primary school
To equip/guide subject leads to collate the relevant information so that they are able to articulate clearly the standards of teaching and learning of mathematics in their school in response to the new Ofsted framework.
Two participants from each school: Head/Deputy Teacher and Subject Leaders
Event Schedule- Key note Speaker: Drew Foster
In partnership with Oxford University Press (OUP), Drew Foster will give an overview of Ofsted’s new framework, what’s changed & why focusing on the Curriculum, The “three i’s” – Intent, Implementation, Impact and Deep dives.
About Drew Foster:
During his 25 year career, Drew has taught maths across every key stage and has been an NPQH, Headteacher, SENDco, PGCE lecturer, author and researcher. Drew has taught all 12 National Curriculum subjects, but has always been passionate about raising standards in maths. Alongside his work in schools, Drew has worked on research studies with the IEE and EEF. He is currently teaching maths at a girls’ state school in Lancashire.
On a knowledge table, Drew Foster will share practical solutions to make your school Ofsted ready: EIF key judgements, myth busting and time for questions & discussion.
After a break, we will branch off onto six knowledge tables where an expert will discuss and share ideas and information to answer questions linked to a specific theme e.g. Early Maths. Participants will stay on each table for about 10 minutes and will rotate round.
The experts that will be hosting the knowledge tables are: Mastery specialist from the Maths Hub and Specialist Leaders of Education (SLE)
More information on how to book. Please direct any enquiries to: Stella Kalaidzi: firstname.lastname@example.org