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Mathematics Subject Leader Meeting. October 2012. Talk about what you have done as a result of the previous subject leader session. Olympics – was it a mathematical Olympics in your school? A real opportunity to reinforce maths across the curriculum

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talk about what you have done as a result of the previous subject leader session
Talk about what you have done as a result of the previous subject leader session

Olympics – was it a mathematical Olympics in your school? A real opportunity to reinforce maths across the curriculum

Calculation – have you reviewed you policy on written methods of calculation?

Division and fractions – did you open up THAT can of worms?

Email containing the draft New National Curriculum and the Made to Measure Ofsted report

agenda
Agenda
  • What’s maths like in my school?
  • How do we know?
    • Assessment information, pupil tracking
    • Teaching and learning, performance management, Ofsted inspection
    • Identifying priorities
  • What are we doing about it?
    • Action planning – what and why
    • Made to Measure report, provision mapping
    • Subject knowledge, support for teaching, EY curriculum, CPD
agenda 2
Agenda (2)
  • How will we know the impact of what we’re doing?
    • Monitoring progress of actions
    • Provision mapping and expected outcomes
    • Learning walks – what are and how are they used?
    • Book trawls, planning review, lesson observations, pupil discussions, teacher discussions, pupil progress meetings
    • CPD – impact of CPD on teaching and learning
  • Sharing what works well
    • Evaluating – teachers, pupils, teaching assistants, parents
    • What will we continue with, what will we do differently and what will we stop doing
review action plans and provision maps
Review action plans and provision maps
  • How does your school action plan, maths action plan and provision mapping align?
  • Will your action plan provide you and inspectors with the necessary information about maths in your school?
  • How can you use your provision mapping to ensure that the right children receive the right support that will make a difference?
  • What help and support might you need?
how will i know that actions have made a difference
How will I know that actions have made a difference?
  • Monitoring for
    • Compliance
    • Improvement /making a difference
  • Impact of CPD (external support, TED days, staff meetings, lesson study etc)
  • Impact of feedback from monitoring activities – have things changed and what difference does this have on learning and teaching for all children?
  • Evaluation of process and actions – did you get it right? What would you do differently?