28 November 2022
16:00 - 17:30

Incorporating ICT in The Primary Mathematics Curriculum

Incorporating ICT in The Primary Mathematics Curriculum
This INSET is designed for Teachers of Mathematics in Years 5 and 6, and ICT co-ordinators.


INSET Outline A common finding of ISI Educational Quality inspections (EQI) is that the use of ICT in the primary mathematics curriculum needs to be strengthened. This session will suggest ways of doing this. Serena will offer a host of tips and ideas for teachers to explore. This webinar will
  • Explain the EQI timetable and criterial and how evidence is gathered
  • Consider the NC curriculum for computing
  • Explore how pupils can apply their ICT skills to mathematics topics and projects
  • Share top tips

The Webinar will be online, using a platform such as Zoom or Teams, and delegates will be sent a code in order to sign in. Delegates will be provided with all the materials and the Powerpoint as a pdf.

Member Schools who book 3 or more delegates prior to 9 November 2022 will be charged £52.00 per delegate.

Invoices in respect of bookings will not be submitted for payment until after the commencement of the Autumn Term 2022.

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    Serena Alexander

    Serena Alexander has taught Mathematics since 1987, originally in both maintained and independent senior schools. From 1999 she taught at St Paul's School for Boys, where she was both SENCO and Head of Mathematics at their preparatory school, before moving on to Deputy Head at Newton Prep and then Headmistress at Devonshire House. Since 2011 she has worked as an independent educational consultant, leads independent schools’ inspections in the UK and overseas and runs mathematics courses for prep school teachers. She has written several maths books for Galore Park and is currently working on material for less confident mathematicians for the Maths Anxiety Trust.