Teaching Early Years Foundation Stage Maths
September 18, 2019 | London, UK

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Special topic: Early Years Foundation Stage Maths

A one-day course on teaching early years foundation stage maths

Spark their curiosity early! This course will empower you to build a strong maths foundation for EYFS pupils aged 4–5.

Developing early mathematical understanding during the EYFS stage is essential to pupils’ long-term understanding of maths. Deepen your knowledge of structural mathematical understanding, and gain the confidence to talk maths with your pupils. Learn how to teach the fundamental concepts that are building blocks for future, more complex ideas.

Help and challenge young learners by creating problem solving and early reasoning activities. Plus, come away with long-term planning strategies, ensuring the transition to KS1 is a smooth one.

Teachers, School Leaders and Educational Professionals can now until September 16 for only £205 +vat. Consultants’ charge is £365 +vat. Seating is limited.

Course highlights

  • Organise mathematical learning into easy to remember themes.
  • Unpick mathematical content to understand its complexity and simplify its teaching.
  • Develop the confidence to ‘talk maths’ all day, every day!
  • Explore how we can develop mathematical skills and attributes in our young learners.
  • Look at how we can meld together the spontaneous and the structured in the classroom.
  • Support the transition from EYFS to Year 1.

Who should attend

This course is ideal for educators specialising in EYFS teaching, or anyone with pupils in the 4-5 age range. Maths leads for reception classes and primary headteachers will also find the course helpful.

Prior experience with Maths — No Problem! or maths mastery is not required.


Pauline Gibbons: MNP Trainer

Over a twenty-year career in education, Pauline Gibbons has taught every age group in the primary phase in both state and independent sectors. In that time, she has been a class teacher and senior leader of mathematics, assessment, and development at a number of schools. As part of the government steering group for the SAT’s review, she has seen firsthand the impact that maths mastery has within the learning environment; as well as the advantages and challenges that come with change.

A great believer in the benefits of being in a vibrant professional learning community, Pauline is an active member of the Association of Teachers of Mathematics (ATM), the Mathematical Association (MA) and the Chartered College of Teaching (CCT).



Early Years Foundation Stage
Sep 18, 2019


53-61 Southwark Bridge Road
London, UK
SE1 9HH

Only £205 +vat | Book before Sep 16




“Thanks for a fantastic, interesting and informative course!! Come back soon!!!”

Pauline Campbell HillMaths Co-ordinator

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Course agenda

8:45 Registration and Coffee
9:15 Putting Theory into Practice

  • Exploring key learning theories and how they help understand children’s mathematical development
  • Growing core mathematical competencies for learners
10:30 Refreshments
10:45 Deepening Mathematical Understanding

  • Exploring key learning theories and how they help understand children’s mathematical development
  • Growing core mathematical competencies for learners
12:30 Lunch
13:15 Problem Solving and Investigations

  • Structuring problem solving activities and developing reasoning in the reception classroom
14:30 Refreshment
14:45 Planning

  • Examining a simple structure for long term planning
  • Developing ideas for continuous provision using dot plates and 10 frames
  • Ensuring a smooth transition to KS1
15:45 Questions and Wrap Up
16:00 Course Ends




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The IPG Independent Publishing Awards, 2017–2018
The British Book Awards, 2018

2018 IPG and British Book awards