Thursday 29th Sep 2022 & Thursday 20th Oct 2022 & Wednesday 23rd Nov 2022 & Wednesday 14th Dec 2022 & Thursday 2nd Feb 2023
1stClass@Number is a programme, ready-made with detailed session guidance and resources to help develop children’s mathematical understanding, communication and reasoning skills.
We can deliver Success@Arithmetic as centre-based training, at your school or online. Please get in touch to discuss.
This course will support teaching assistants, teachers and link teachers who need further support at the level of the Year 1 curriculum to raise attainment in number and early calculation using the resources and session plans included.
The cost is £1050 for one teaching assistant and one link teacher.
In order to guarantee the timely delivery of resources to your school you should place your order at least one week before the intervention start date.
Venue: Services For Education, Unit 3 Holt Court, Holt Street, Birmingham, B7 4AX
Day 1: Thu 29th September 2022 (TA and link teacher am/ TA only pm) 9:00 – 12:00 Day 2: Thu 20th October 2022 9:00 – 12:00 (TA only) Day 3: Wed 23rd November 2022 9:00 – 12:00 (TA only) Day 4: Wed 14th December 2022 9:00 -12:00 (TA only) Day 5: Thu 2nd February 2023 9:00 – 12:00 (TA and link teacher)
Services For Education is a provider of Every Child Counts which provides professional development, training and resources for school leaders, teachers and teaching assistants in and beyond the UK. It is run by Edge Hill University on a not-for-profit basis and was set up with support from the DfE.
It is run by Edge Hill University on a not-for-profit basis and was set up with support from the DfE.
Denise has 25+ years of experience as a qualified teacher (B.Ed., Hons) working in schools and an Education Action Zone. She became a local authority primary consultant in 2003 with a focus on mathematics and assessment. From 2009 she worked with Edge Hill University as an Every Child Counts (ECC) Teacher leader to deliver a suite of early maths intervention programmes through which she gained an MA in Early Mathematics. Denise also gained accreditation from NCETM as a Primary Professional Development Lead. She continues to work with Edge Hill University to manage the delivery of the very successful mathematics intervention programmes: Success@Arithmetic and 1stClass@Number.
Denise successfully delivers the primary statutory assessment contract for moderation and monitoring on behalf of Birmingham LA. Through this role, and as an active member of AAIA, she works closely with other moderation managers both locally and nationally. She recruits, trains and accredits both KS1 and KS2 pool moderators.
Sandra Passmore – Former Adviser, Services For Education
Sandra has extensive experience in safeguarding, health and wellbeing and evidence based practice. She has worked nationally with key government departments (Departments of Health and Education) to help shape strategy and policy whilst still retaining the focus on working for the best outcomes for children and young people.
She has a PhD on the psychology of health related choices which has informed the development of award winning, evidence based programmes such as Health for Life in primary schools and Health for Life in nursery schools which have been proven to have a sustainable impact on improving the health and wellbeing of children and families.
Sandra led the development and delivery of the DSL (Designated Safeguarding Lead) training for SFE. She was pivotal in expanding the remit of the safeguarding work to also include issues such as domestic abuse and sexual violence and harassment within the education context.
Sandra’s passion for improving the lives of children has led her to develop work within Public Health and managed RCT (Randomised Control Trials) on the effectiveness of interventions such as the daily mile. Additionally, Sandra has written books for teachers and pupils as well as peer reviewed academic journal papers.