Cambridgeshire Maths Conference 2019

Exploring Effective Strategies for Teaching Mathematics


"The Cambridgeshire Maths Conference is back and bigger than ever! Featuring workshops by leading experts in Primary and Secondary mathematics. This is set to be a the maths CPD event of the year. See you there!" Cambridgeshire Maths Team.

Timetable of the Day

8:30 Registration opens
9:00 Conference begins
Morning

Key note by Mike Askew

Workshops by Mike Askew, Craig Barton, Ed Southall, Ems Lord and Serge Tasic

12:00 Lunch
Afternoon

Workshops by Gareth Metcalfe, Craig Barton, Ed Southall, Lucy Rycroft-Smith, Rebecca Lloyd-Lewis, Serge Tasic and the Cambs Maths Team

Afternoon key notes by Gareth Metcalfe and Craig Barton

4:30 Conference close

Conference Workshop Descriptions 2019 (v3)

Size: 267.73 KB File format: pdf

Cost Details
  • £120 per person for members of the Cambridge Maths Hub and Mastery Specialists
  • £130 per person for all Cambridgeshire and Peterborough schools
  • £150 per person for independent schools and out of county schools
  • If you are interested in booking multiple places at the conference, contact: maths.team@cambridgeshire.gov.uk for a group booking rate.

Marriott Hotel, Huntingdon

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