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Numeracy Co-ordinator Network Meeting
These termly half-day meetings provide on-going support and networking opportunities for numeracy co-ordinators to meet and share good practice with regards to whole school numeracy alongside colleagues from all five local authorities. Training will also be provided to support numeracy co-ordinators in leading and co-ordinating the implementation of the National Numeracy Framework and in establishing whole-school processes to assess, track and report on pupils’ numeracy skills. 
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMapSLA Cost*Non SLA Cost*Additional Fees**Notes
Session 1Wednesday
13 June 2018
09:00 - 12:00 (with option to continue to 3pm to SLlanwern High School,Hartridge Farm Road,NP18 2YEMap£0£0£0
*Cost charged per Whole Course**Additional Fees charged per Course
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Maximum places 25 
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Event Tutors Dave Ashton / Georgie Bevan  
Admin Contact Business Support (business.support@sewaleseas.org.uk)  
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does not apply to Foundation keystage Foundationdoes not apply to KS 2 keystage KS 2applies to KS 3 keystage KS 3applies to KS 4 keystage KS 4does not apply to 7-14 keystage 7-14does not apply to Post 16 keystage Post 16
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Target Audience Numeracy Co-ordinator 
Event Types Network meeting
Event Subject/Aspect Area Basic Skills / Key Skills / Mathematics / Numeracy / Teaching and Learning
Programme Area Improving Literacy, Improving Numeracy & Reducing Poverty/Disadvantage
Event Outcomes
As a result of the programme, participants will:
 
• Continue to develop consistently high expectations of all pupils in mathematics and numeracy in all key stages;
• Receive up-to-date information on curriculum initiatives and further training and guidance materials as they become available to equip leaders of mathematics in moving the school forward;
• Meet with colleagues to share ideas and provide ongoing feedback on school initiatives;
• Gain awareness of good practice in other departments across the consortium.

Learners in school will benefit from:
 
• Well-researched evidence of best practice in mathematics planning, teaching and assessment;
• Carefully planned teaching and consolidation of numeracy skills in mathematics and numeracy lessons and across the curriculum;