New (and not so new) to Year 2

Each school needs to have confidence in the teacher assessment judgements at the end of Key Stage 1. Year 2 teachers need to feel skilled in making these judgements.

By popular request, another chance to take part in this well received course: New (and not so new) to Year 2 Hosted by St. Anne’s Catholic Primary School (Keighley) Led by Sharon Day 2019 – 2020 Each school needs to have confidence in the teacher assessment judgements at the end of Key Stage 1. Year 2 teachers need to feel skilled in making these judgements. During the three sessions, we will explore:  the assessment statements for the end of KS1 in mathematics and what the implications are for the teaching in year 2  how to decide if a child is working at the Expected Standard and how to get them there  how to decide if a child is working at the Expected Standard with Greater Depth and what it means for ‘rapid graspers’ to be working at Greater Depth  key understandings that children need in order to develop as good mathematicians  promoting readiness for the next stage in children’s mathematical learning This course will be particularly useful for teachers who are new to year 2 but will also benefit any year 2 teacher or manager of KS1 or mathematics. Sessions Date Time Session 1 Wednesday 13th November 1:30 – 3:30 pm Session 2 Wednesday 15th January 1:30 – 3:30 pm Session 3 Wednesday 18th March 1:30 – 3:30 pm Venue: St Anne’s Catholic Primary School, North Street, Keighley, BD21 3AD Tel: 01535 210600 The cost of the course, for all three sessions, is £150 Places are limited, so to take advantage of this exciting development opportunity. Contact Sharon Day (quoting ‘SA – Y2’) on: 07733 092 934 sharonjaneday@hotmail.com @SharonJaneDay


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Published: 07/10/2019
Audience: This course will be particularly useful for teachers who are new to year 2 but will also benefit any
Contact: Paul Booth

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