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Teaching through the pandemic 5 – Kate Jackson

A Year 4 teacher and Mastery Specialist explains how she teaches maths lessons outside and encourages other teachers to have a go

Teaching through the pandemic 5 – Kate Jackson
  • Published: 01/12/2020

Kate Jackson teaches Year 4 part-time at a small, coastal primary school in Suffolk. She is also an NCETM Mastery Specialist and a Forest School leader. She describes herself as ‘on a mission to get children outdoors and loving maths’ and her work in the rest of her week is all about combining these two enthusiasms. In this conversation she explains why getting children outdoors is particularly important during the pandemic, even in the winter months. She explains how you might overcome some of the barriers.

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Taking part in the discussion are:

Kate Jackson: Year 4 teacher at a primary school in Suffolk

Gwen Tresidder: NCETM Communications Manager

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