Every Child Counts
The information session which takes place on Wednesday 24 June from 3.30pm to 5pm at Bramley St. Peter’s Primary School will provide you with opportunity to talk to the local trainer and give you more details about the Edge Hill University
research based small group and one to one mathematics interventions for KS1, KS2 and KS3 children struggling with mathematics.
Training programmes for Teachers and Teaching Assistants includes the development of their subject knowledge of number, calculation and models and images (e.g. the Singapore bar model) alongside the development of knowledge and understanding of the difficulties
in mathematical teaching and learning. The interventions have consistent, positive, measurable impact on children’s mathematics attainment. Progress data from the interventions demonstrate accelerated progress of at least 3 times the expected rate of progress
throughout all programmes.
“We've been delighted with the impact Every Child Counts mathematics interventions have had in closing the gap at our school. It's easy to justify spending pupil premium funding on an intervention that has produced 3-4 times the expected rate
of progress, as well as bringing about a huge shift in children's confidence and attitudes to learning.”
Helen Carpenter, Head teacher, Westgate Primary School Otley (June 2015)
To find out how you can access these programmes and meet the trainer; please come to an information session on Wednesday 24 June from 3.30pm to 5pm at Bramley
St. Peter’s Primary School, LS13 3NE. You can find out more about all the training programmes on offer in 2015/2016 and understand the impact that the high quality, data led programmes are having on local schools.
To confirm your attendance, or for further information, please contact Helen Laflin ECC Lead trainer f or Leeds and Bradford: