Join Jo and Craig for a fun day of research-inspired, classroom-tested, practical ideas to improve students’ enjoyment, confidence and achievement in mathematics.
There will be two events in October 2019: one in the south of England and one in the north of England.
Tuesday 29th October 2019: Harris Academy Sutton, Surrey, SM2 5NG. This brand new school is only 20 minutes drive from Junction 8 of the M25. There's plenty of parking available on site. From Sutton station (National Rail: Victoria, London Bridge and Blackfriars) it's a 20 minute walk or a short taxi/bus ride.
Thursday 31st October 2019: Trinity Academy Halifax, West Yorkshire, HX2 9TZ. Home of White Rose Maths, our Northern Leg venue is easily accessible from the M62, M65 and M1. There's plenty of parking on site. It's a short taxi/bus ride from Halifax station which is on the direct line from numerous train stations including York, Manchester, Chester, Blackpool and Leeds.
Craig Barton has been teaching maths for 15 years. He is the TES Maths Adviser, the author of the best-selling “How I wish I’d taught maths”, the host of the Mr Barton Maths Podcast, and the creator of mrbartonmaths.com, diagnosticquestions.com, variationtheory.com, ssddproblems.com and mathsvenns.com.
Maths teacher Jo writes the popular website resourceaholic.com where she shares teaching ideas and resources for secondary mathematics. Jo is a member of the TES Maths Panel and AQA Expert Panel and a Trustee of The Mathematical Association. She is a regular guest on Craig's podcast and an enthusiastic collector of old maths textbooks.
Frequently Asked Questions
How many tickets are available?
There are 100 tickets for each event.
How do I book?
You or your school/college can book your place directly through Eventbrite. If your school can't pay by card then please get in touch and we will send you an invoice instead. The ticket price includes lunch and refreshments. VAT can be reclaimed by your school/college. If you cancel up to 30 days before the event then your full ticket price will be refunded.
Who is this CPD aimed at?
New and experienced secondary maths teachers and tutors.
What's the hashtag?
Please tweet using the hashtag #marvellousmaths.
How do I get there?
Once you sign up to the course you will be sent joining instructions with directions. You will have the opportunity to let us know about any access arrangements or dietary requirements.
Where can I stay?
If you require overnight accommodation, please get in touch and we will recommend hotels close to the venue.
If you have any other questions please email Jo Morgan.