Early Years: Beginning & Continuing the Mastery Journey

 

Beginning the Mastery Journey in EYFS

 

Who is the work group suitable for?

Any practitioners who have limited knowledge on the Early Years Mastery approach towards deeper mathematical understanding including EYFS leaders, Maths Leaders, teachers, teaching assistants and Nursery Nurses.

 

What will be covered in the work group?

Exploring depth of learning in Mathematics in EYFS: what it will look like, how to develop a mastery approach and ensuring a deep understanding of each of the development matters statements. In addition, we will explore learning trajectories, subitising and environments.

 

What will be expected of attendees?

To attend all 4 sessions and to complete gap tasks

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Continuing the Mastery Journey in EYFS

 

Who is the work group suitable for?

Class Teachers, EYFS Leaders or Maths Leaders who wish to continue their maths mastery journey in EYFS and have accessed the South Yorkshire Maths HUB beginning the journey sessions last year or previous ROSIS EYFS ‘mastery’ approach training. Please note: these sessions are aimed at the age 3-5 age range.

 

What will be covered in the work group?

CPD Based on the six NCETM EYFS themes of: cardinality, composition, comparison, pattern, shape and measures – suitable for practitioners that work with children aged 3 to 5 and already have some knowledge of deep mathematical thinking in EYFS and want to further extend their knowledge and impact in the classroom. (you may have already accessed the beginning the journey CPD). The CPD also includes school to school visits and peer observations with an allocated partner school.

 

What will be expected of attendees?

To attend all 5 sessions of the group, select and complete gap tasks, engage in an informal school to school visit with a partner school and complete a short case study.

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Joining a Work Group will require you to have an NCETM username for the final evaluation.

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