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Maths in the EYFS - for Reception NQTs, new to Reception teachers and EYFS TAs.

This course will provide delegates with the opportunity to enhance their understanding of and provision for effective mathematical development in the early years.  In addition to exploring key concepts and skills, delegates will consider implications for learning environments, resources and adult support.  The course will be delivered over 2 half days and 1 twilight follow up session.

As a result of attending this course, delegates will have developed their understanding of:

  • The statutory EYFS requirements for Mathematical Development and linked areas of learning;
  • The development of early mathematical concepts and skills
  • Key elements for practice and provision;
  • Strategies to effectively support and extend children’s mathematical thinking and learning;

PLEASE NOTE: All delegates must bring a copy of:

  • EYFS Statutory Framework
  • EYFS Development Matters
  • EYFS Profile Exemplification materials for Understanding, Numbers and Shape, Space & Measure 

     

Venue:   Hampton Hargate Primary School, Hargate Way, Hampton, Peterborough PE7 8BZ

Dates:

 

Date:

Time:

Refreshments & Registration:

Session 1:

Monday 4th Dec 2017

9.15 – 12.15pm 

From 9.00am

Twilight 1:

Monday 29th Jan 2018

4.00 – 5.30pm  

From 3.45pm

Session 2:

Wed 28th Feb 2018

1.15 – 4.15pm 

From 1.00pm


Total price:   (For the 2 sessions and 1 twilight)  £135

Booking:        Via the website  http://goo.gl/uyGHyY
                        Or email:   teachingschool@hampton-hargate.peterborough.sch.uk

Course Leader:  Al Carroll - Peterborough Teaching & Learning Associates

Al Carroll - Learning & Teaching Adviser - As a primary school teacher for 15 years, Al has taught a range of year groups in Lincolnshire, Peterborough and Zambia, with a particular interest and specialism in Reception / Year 1, including  Phase Leading EYFS.  More recently Al has worked as an EYFS Adviser and Profile Moderation Manager for Peterborough City Council, in the Early Years and School Improvement Teams.