Addressing progress in mathematics - toolkit
The Herts for Learning mathematics advisers have created a toolkit designed for school senior leaders to help them reflect upon and address areas likely to have the most impact on pupils’ progress.
The toolkit is organised into two key sections: leadership; and mathematics teaching & learning. Each section is broken down into key priorities and the structure of the booklet provides prompts, actions and allows for notes and ideas to be collected.
This is an essential resource for headteachers, deputy and assistant heads and subject leaders looking to address progress in maths within their school:
- identifies areas of focus which are likely to have significant impact
- supports leaders to clarify their thinking
- can be translated into meaningful actions
A unique resource with the potential to significantly impact school’s pupil progress data for mathematics.
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