Louise Hoskyns-Staples is senior lecturer in Mathematics Education at the University of Worcester. Her academic interests are the use of manipulatives and the design of test questions that enable children to show what they know. Louise has worked as a maths test development researcher for the Department for Education and as a headteacher in an Essex primary school. She is a national maths lead and really enjoys sharing her love of maths with others. She is lead assessment author at Maths — No Problem!
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