Leading mathematics in a school means being at the forefront of the discussion around mathematics content and pedagogical knowledge. It is vital that those leading maths teams are engaged with the latest thinking and evidence around effective practices in mathematics education as well as being able to draw on the canon on knowledge we hold as a profession. Join us in Birmingham on Friday 14 December for a chance to hear from researchers, mathematics education experts and fellow mathematics leaders from schools across the country as we debate and explore a range of issues in mathematics teaching and learning.
As ever, delegates will come away from the conference with new insight into what makes for the most impactful teaching in the maths classroom, practices and strategies that can be implemented straightaway back at school, and an increased network of fellow heads of maths who are supporting and learning from each other throughout the year.
Our head of maths conference is always a good mix of thought-provoking input from colleagues, time for discussion and networking, and opportunities to contribute to the debate. The conference is suitable for anyone with responsibility for leading the full mathematics team or areas of mathematics (such as Key Stage leaders of second in department) in a school or college currently or those aspiring to do so in the near future.
Our key focus as Principal Teachers or Heads of Maths is to ensure that all students have a great learning experience.
The conference will focus on having real impact in the classroom, with a range of thought provoking sessions.
Delegates will leave the day with lots of examples to take back to school as well as practical advice on implementation and leading change.
More details about the sessions will be released closer to the time.
Sign up today and join a day of thought provoking debate, networking and practical hints and tips.