Researching and trialling models of intervention

The Minster School, Nottingham Road, Southwell, NG25 0LG
11 spaces available

Course dates

  • Thu, 22 Nov '18   9:30am - 3:30pm - done
  • Thu, 14 Mar '19   9:30am - 3:30pm - done
  • Thu, 20 Jun '19   9:30am - 3:30pm - done

Whole class teaching is becoming embedded across schools using a teaching for mastery approach. This Work Group, consisting of teachers from local schools, will consider different models of intervention in a mastery context to ensure that mathematics teaching has maximum impact for all children. The participants will use case studies and research to inform their practice and build on the work of last year’s national project, contributing to an evidence base around which models work best. Schools will trial a model of their choice and will document their observations.

Who is this for?

This Work Group is looking for teachers who lead maths and/or lead intervention in their schools. Schools should have begun to commit to teaching for mastery development, ideally having been part of a teaching for mastery Work Group previously. The school should have at least 2 classes or year groups where teaching for mastery is embedded.​


Intervention project
Course ticket - for all 3 dates.
11 available
The programme will be fully funded through the East Midlands East Maths Hub, however in order to be eligible for this funding it is imperative that participants attend all 3 days. Please note: We are unable to cover the cost of release time for delegates taking part and reserve the right to charge a non-attendance fee of £15 per session to cover our costs

The Minster School
Nottingham Road
NG25 0LG