Becoming 1stClass@Number

£1,050.00

Becoming 1stClass@Number – for children who need further support to access the Year 1 curriculum. 1stClass@Number comes ready-made with detailed session guidance and extensive resources.

We can deliver 1stClass@Number as centre-based training, at your school or online. Please get in touch to discuss.

This course will support teaching assistants, teachers and link teachers who need further support at the level of the Year 1 curriculum to raise attainment in number and early calculation using the resources and session plans included.

The cost is ÂŁ1050 for one teaching assistant and one link teacher.

Please note:
In order to guarantee the timely delivery of resources to your school you should place your order at least one week before the intervention start date.

Description

Event Details:

Day 1 – Friday 14th October 2022 09:00 – 16:00
Day 2 – Friday 25th November 2022 09:00 – 16:00

 


A specially trained teaching assistant delivers 24-30 half-hour sessions to a group of up to four children. The sessions focus on number and calculation, developing children’s mathematical understanding, communication and reasoning skills.

The sessions are lively and active, engaging children in real life contexts that are both stimulating and fun.

Each topic starts with a simple assessment that helps the teaching assistant to tailor sessions to the children’s needs.

Services For Education is a provider of Every Child Counts which provides professional development, training and resources for school leaders, teachers and teaching assistants in and beyond the UK. It is run by Edge Hill University on a not-for-profit basis and was set up with support from the DfE.

It is run by Edge Hill University on a not-for-profit basis and was set up with support from the DfE.

For further information about the programme please visit the Every Child Counts website here.

During the 1stClass@Number in Mathematics training, participants will develop:

  • Subject knowledge and increase effectiveness
  • Overall strategy for tackling mathematical misconceptions
  • Ability to support children, increasing their attainment, enjoyment and engagement in mathematics

You will receive interactive and easily-adaptable session plans, online guidance and downloadable resources, access to the ECC data system and telephone and email support.

For more information contact us here.

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Event Details

Day 1: 14 October, 2022

Day 2: 25 November, 2022

Venue: Services For Education, Unit 3 Holt Court, Holt Street, Birmingham, B7 4AX