Mastering MNP Textbooks
March 26-27, 2020 | Manchester, UK

Thank you for your interest in MNP Training.

As Covid-19 has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization, we’re keeping a very close eye on the recommendations set out by the WHO and the UK government.

Your health and safety is our top priority. We’re monitoring this unprecedented situation closely and we’ll be keeping course attendees up to date with any new developments.

We are also working to ensure all public health guidelines are followed and appropriate measures are implemented for our training events. Any announcements and recommendations by the UK authorities will be acted upon immediately, and attendees will be advised without delay in case an event has to be moved to a later date.

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The Maths — No Problem! Team

Two-Day In-Depth: Mastering MNP Textbooks

Become a Leader in Training Others to Use Textbooks and Workbooks

Master and refine the skills it takes to use Maths — No Problem! materials and textbooks in Primary Schools.

Discover how to support deep exploration and reflection in pupils using the MNP Primary Series; and help teachers make the most of MNP assessment and online planning resources.

This course equips school leaders and educators with the skills and knowledge they need to make maths better for all pupils and support others in teaching maths for mastery.

Teachers, School Leaders and Educational Professionals can now until March 24, for only £575 +vat. Spaces are limited.

Course highlights

  • Learn how each aspect of MNP textbooks and workbooks support the maths mastery lesson structure.
  • Discover how MNP textbooks foster whole-class learning.
  • Gain a deep understanding of the theory and research behind MNP resources.
  • Connect with a network of teachers, school leaders, maths experts — all under one roof.

Who should attend

This course is designed for schools familiar with the resources and classroom implementation of the MNP approach. Maths Leads and School leaders will find the course helpful optimising lesson planning, structure, and delivery.

We strongly recommend that Headteachers and other School Leaders attend to support Maths Leads, and gain an understanding of how to implement the programme successfully.

This course is a great next step after our Teaching Maths for Mastery and Intro to Textbooks courses.

Adam Gifford: MNP Trainer

Adam worked as a primary school headteacher, where he oversaw the school’s involvement with the National Textbook Project using Maths — No Problem! materials. He is Maths Recovery trained, and was the first Primary Maths Specialist Leader in Education within the United Kingdom. He works closely with the NW1 Maths Hub, where he has held strategic leadership positions and continues his involvement with various work groups.

Adam has worked with Manchester University, numerous local authorities, and Teaching School Alliances.

Adam Gifford, MNP Trainer

Mastering MNP Textbooks
March 2627, 2020

Cavendish Road
WA14 2NL

Only £575 +vat | Book before Mar 24

“Best maths course ever! Given me confidence to teach maths in a better, more elegant, way”

Jenni JamesChorlton Park Primary

For more info, watch our video

Course agenda

Day one

Day two

8:45 Registration and Welcome Coffee Registration and Welcome Coffee
9:15 Essential Learning Experiences Using Textbooks for Assessment
10:45 Refreshments Refreshments
11:00 Using Textbooks to Provide Exploration Using Textbooks for Extension
12:30 Lunch Lunch
13:15 Using Textbooks for Reflection Making Adjustments to Textbooks and Open Forum
14:45 Refreshments
15:00 Using Textbooks to Create Journal Prompts
15:30 End of Day Two
16:00 End of Day One

Due to the current situation with Covid-19, we had to cancel this course.

Please keep an eye on our Maths Training Courses page to see when it’s running again!

Proud winners of:

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

2018 IPG and British Book awards