Discover the core concepts of the Singapore method of teaching maths for mastery during this one-day course.
This course offers a bird’s-eye view of maths mastery by summarizing over 20 years of pedagogy research. For teachers and schools researching maths mastery, this is the perfect first step.
This course introduces the same core elements as our three-day introductory course, but does not offer the same breadth of practical teaching strategies and concepts.
Teachers, School Leaders and Educational Professionals can book now until May 8, for only £205 +vat or invite a colleague and book together for the price of £365 +vat (£182.5 each). Consultants’ charge is £365 +vat per person. Seating is limited.
- Learn the core concepts of the Singapore method: the CPA approach, bar modelling, number bonds, and more.
- Discover how to implement whole-class mastery in schools and districts, all while remaining in line with the English national curriculum.
- Get in-depth knowledge from local experts on how to use and implement the maths mastery method.
- Connect with a network of teachers, school leaders, maths experts, and good people — all under one roof.
Who should attend
This course is for anyone dedicated to raising standards of maths in Grades 1 to 6. No prior experience, course work, or expertise in maths mastery required.
Adam Gifford: MNP TrainerAdam 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 leads the Singapore Network Group and their delivery of the NCETM’s Professional Development Lead Support Programme.
Outside of his work with Maths – No Problem!, he currently works with Manchester University, numerous local authorities, and Teaching School Alliances.
“The easy way it was delivered, the hands on resources and the honesty about possible problems we may face.”
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The IPG Independent Publishing Awards, 2017–2018
The British Book Awards, 2018