Nathan CrookNJC Ed Maths
Prior to becoming a maths consultant, Nathan taught children in Years 1-6 across three Oxfordshire primary schools, including those in both urban and rural settings. During this time, he qualified as a Maths Specialist Teacher (MaST). It consequently led to him becoming part of the National College for Teaching and Leadership’s ‘small schools making an impact’ programme.
Driven by his passion for helping to ensure that all children access mathematics learning to the full, Nathan has more recently worked as an NCETM accredited independent maths consultant to support schools across the country in delivering high quality teaching and learning – most notably across the Early Years and Primary phases.
As well as providing training, he continues to work alongside classes and groups of children to explore how they learn best.
- Thu 13 Jun 2024
- 13:00 - 14:45
EYFS Maths (Day 3 of 3)
For: Maths lead teachers, EYFS teachers, EYFS TAs
Note: Change of date. This event was originally scheduled for Wed 5 June
Session 3: Progression in Patterning
This workshop will determine the value of young learners developing understanding of pattern, whilst establishing what research details about the usefulness of ensuring it features prominently within an Early Years curriculum offer. Participants will be enabled to determine what typical progression in patterning looks like for children through engaging with a series of practical activities.
This is a three session programme. All three sessions must be attended.
-  Thu 19 October 2023
-  Tue 5 March 2024
-  Thu 13 June 2024
Please note: If you book one of these sessions, then we will automatically book you on the others. So you only need to submit one booking.
You practically begged for support with Maths in EYFS. Here it is. Get them booked on.