Scope of the Conference
To provide a forum for Mathematics teachers to share experience, see best practise and understand the latest developments in the teaching of mathematics to the 11 to 19 cohort and take part in hands on sessions, led by experienced practitioners .
This year’s conference will appeal to more senior staff and in particular Heads of Maths and Schools Leaders. There will be more interaction and more workshop sessions to increase the value even more of the conference to senior staff
Structure of Conference:
Plenary session with high profile speakers at start and conclusion of the day, parallel sessions through the day on subjects such as Problem Solving and getting the curriculum right, Student Engagement, Technology and Innovation.
Presentations given by expert, experienced professionals and there plenty of chance to participate in Q&A sessions, to talk to speakers and fellow participants and to share experience, know-how and ideas.
Breakout Sessions covered nteractive activities and workshops to increase the value to delegates
The conference in 2015 featured an expert panel in‘Brains Trust’ session, a lively and informative session and a closing session on Financial Literacy in the Maths Classroom
Mathematics teachers working in schools, further education colleges and similar institutions
Leaders and Managers
Organisations directly supporting them
Management in service providers, Awarding Bodies, inspectorates, regulators, publishers, systems suppliers, trainers and recruiters.
This year’s event appealed to senior staff and in particular Heads of Maths and Schools Leaders, with interactive sessions and workshops to increase the value to delegates
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