A one day conference for primary schools focusing on challenging your more able mathematicians
STOP PRESS: New speaker confirmed - Miles Berry on how computing can bring maths alive in primary schools and give extra stretch and challenge to your more able children
When: Tuesday 19th May
Where: University of Warwick
Who should attend:
Primary teachers, Maths Co-ordinators, G&T Co-ordinators
Places available at just £150 + vat if you book by Friday 1st May
NACE, National Association for Able Children in Education, and Rising Stars invite you to a practical one-day conference that will show how you can encourage your children to think independently and develop as problem solvers. Reflecting on the needs and characteristics of more able mathematicians, the sessions will consider effective approaches to challenging your learners.
The day will include practical training in supporting your more able in maths and will give you plenty of ideas to take back and use in the classroom. Find out more.
- Keynote from Miles Berry on how computing can bring maths alive in primary schools and give extra stretch and challenge to your more able children
- Keynote from Steve Lomax, co-founder of Kangaroo Maths and leader of the GLOW maths hub
- Coding workshops from Tom Briggs from Bletchley Park, who will bring along the world-famous Enigma cypher machine
- Hands-on training from maths adviser Steph King, author of Maths for the More Able and Brain Academy Maths
PLUS All delegates will leave with over £50 worth of FREE more able maths resources from Rising Stars.
Special offer price
We're delighted to be able to offer Rising Stars customers a special offer price of £150 + vat if you book your place at the conference by 5pm on Friday 1st April.
This is a SAVING OF UP TO £149 on the usual delegate price of £299 + vat (for non NACE members) or £199 + vat (for NACE members).
quoting the code MARCH15 to receive your discounted delegate price.
Alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01235 828280 with your details.
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