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Our suite of Raising Confidence with GCSE Maths PD courses have already started to roll out across the East of England, with more days on problem solving and higher mathematics still to come.

Raising Confidence with Reasoning – Day 1 of the suite – took place in Kinesis Centre, Norwich on Friday 11th October and King Edward VI Grammar School, Chelmsford on Tuesday 22nd October. Both events provided support in developing professional practice in the area of reasoning and strategies for disseminating it across departments. Teachers shared ideas and approaches for developing reasoning. The delegates, without exception, found the course to be excellent.

Quotes from the day

  • “There were great tips and activities to promote reasoning in the classroom”
  • “We looked at a variety of questions and resources to promote reasoning, and created some of our own”
  • “Manageable steps ideas were great”
  • “Good to see what is happening in primary to build on in secondary”

Raising Confidence with Problem Solving – Day 2 of the suite – will take place in early December and will focus on the development of problem solving through secondary mathematics. Teachers will consider different models for embedding a problem-solving culture in the classroom and provide practical strategies that help students to become more resilient problem solvers.

Raising Confidence with Higher Mathematics – Day 3 of the suite – will take place in early February and will focus on topics in the GCSE curriculum which are developed into AS/A level Mathematics, Further Mathematics and Core Maths. It will provide strategies and ideas for teachers to use in their classrooms to deepen their students’ understanding, encourage them to study mathematics beyond GCSE and support them in this.

Please visit our events page to find dates and venues for the upcoming events

This suite of courses is funded by the DfE and offered free of charge to teachers working in state-funded schools, colleges and academies. Additional subsidies are available for schools in Priority Areas.

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