Core Maths Powerpoint.indd - Education and Employers

Core Maths Powerpoint.indd - Education and Employers

Overview 1. Core Maths Support Programme 2. Uptake 3. Priorities 4. Challenges 5. Impact Mick Blaylock Head of Core Maths Support Programme [email protected] Core Maths Aspiration: The vast majority of students continue with their maths education post-16. Core Maths is the single most important initiative in post-16 mathematics in a generation. Professor Paul Glaister, Reading University .. for work, study and life

Distinctive characteristics of Core Maths Problem solving mathematics in a meaningful context Mathematical modelling Embracing Technology Professional development lesson study + Core Maths Masters Reporting to Department for Education Partner Schools and Colleges with Core Maths Lead Teachers and Tutors

CfBT Education Trust Lesley Traves CMSP Head of Programme Mick Blaylock Managing Core Maths Chair Bob Sawyer Editorial Board (Resources) Chair David Burghes Internal Advisory Board Teaching Core Maths Chair Sue Pope

Assessment for Core Maths Chair Tom Rainbow Promoting Core Maths Senior Advisory Board Chair Dr Deirdre Hughes Technology for Core Maths Chair Nicola Letts Higher Education Task Group Chair Anthony Tomei Working /Task group Core Maths Support Programme:

A sector led expanding programme September 2014 Sector led initiative: 26 Partner Schools & Colleges 30 Core Maths Lead Teachers and Tutors 153 Early Adopter Teaching Projects

3500 students October 2015 Sector led initiative: 30 Partner Schools & Colleges 34 Core Maths Lead Teachers and Tutors over 350 centres teaching Core Maths

Potentially 10,000 students with 3,000 sitting the first examinations in 2016 Five additional partners: Cambridge Regional College, Harris Federation; Trinity Academy, Halifax; Malmesbury School; and West Lancs College. Centres offering Core Maths in 2014/15 and 2015/16 Number teaching Core Maths Percentage coverage 2014-15

2014-15 2015-16 Type of institution Total number of 2015-16 institutions Schools with sixth forms 77 245 2104 4%

12% Sixth Form Colleges 14 54 33 68 15 361 95 225 15% 24%

35% 30% 52 2476 6% 6% 29% 15% FE Colleges Studio schools Total 3 148

Core Maths Key Priorities Aspiration: The vast majority of students continue with their maths education post-16. Key Priorities: 1. 2. 3. More centres offering Core Maths Centres offering Core Maths at scale Support for Early Adopters preparing students for 2016 Core Maths examinations 4. Raising the profile of Core Maths While retaining distinctive characteristics of Core Maths

Key Priority 4: Raising the profile of Core Maths Audiences Students Parents Teachers Senior Leaders Higher Education Employers Careers Advisers Impact: The Leigh UTC- Making Maths Count the staff that are delivering Core maths are

rejuvenated by the fresh approach to mathematics, which has impacted on their teaching on other courses. The course has given confidence to students and allows them to be empowered with mathematical reasoning to put forward a strong argument within topics that students feel passionate about. Website support www.core-maths.org/ Endorsements Case Studies Awarding Organisations Resources Regional Support Top tips for teachers

New Website Support for introducing Core Maths Website developments

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