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Primary Magazine - Issue 72

Created on 30 January 2015 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 06 February 2015 by ncetm_administrator


Primary Magazine Issue 72'Bulbs' by Pixel Addict (adapted), some rights reserved
Welcome to another issue of our Primary Magazine. This magazine has been serving primary practitioners for 71 issues with a varied collection of different articles related to maths education and mathematics professional development, which are accessible through the Primary Magazine Archive.


In each issue we have a selection of interesting and useful articles. New National Curriculum in Focus is dedicated to unpicking the new curriculum and how to understand and develop the requirements of the new programmes of study. This issue focuses on fluency, reasoning and problem solving in Statistics in KS1.

Where’s the Maths in That? shares ideas for ensuring that mathematics is taught and experienced across the curriculum. in the coming months, this series of articles will explore opportunities for mathematics and mathematical thinking within the new science programme of study. This month the theme is Plants for Y2.

Finally, Maths in the Staff Room provides simple plans for CPD meetings in your school to be led by a member of staff. These are short meetings that can be used exactly as indicated or adapted to meet the CPD needs of the school. In this issue we explore representations for number.

But first, we have a News section, bringing news from the NCETM and beyond to keep you up to date with the fast-changing world of mathematics education.

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