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Laura Tullock
Maths Hub Lead for Great North Maths Hub & NCETM Professional Development Accredited Lead. Primary school governor. Former Deputy Head at Monkhouse Primary.
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Laura Tullock 7h
The illustrates Teaching for Mastery perfectly. It’s our moral duty to provide an equitable education for all children. If we don’t offer that support they’ll never see the ‘game’.
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Laura Tullock Sep 14
I spy Work Group Leads in there! Get in touch if you’d like to be part of our EY workgroups this year.
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Debbie Morgan Sep 13
Great working with our EY Work Group leaders
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Emma Patman Sep 12
Q: What’s the best way to use the completed & excellent (& free)Primary Mastery Materials PD Materials? A: There are so many ways! - ask your local TfM Leads who explored them further today
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Laura Tullock Sep 13
Can't wait to hear the exciting plans!
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Laura Tullock Sep 13
Starting Friday in the BEST way! Planning for 19-20 Mastery Readiness cohort. I can’t wait to start!
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Laura Tullock Sep 13
Replying to @AlisonHopperMEI
There’s always a warm welcome up North!
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Laura Tullock Sep 13
Loved this session and unpicking all the small steps. Some creative ways of partitioning arrays too..! & Morpeth Road thanks for having me!
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E Baggaley Sep 11
Primary & Secondary teachers in the NE who are interested in improving girls' confidence and participation in come along to the & conference on 25th October
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Laurie Underwood Sep 1
Some people feel that in EYFS children just 'play' and do not link 'play' to learning when every single activity that is prepared for the children each day has a specific learning value. Play dough, Lego and other manipulatives are essential 'play' for the development of writing
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Laura Tullock Sep 2
In we are running workgroups for ET practitioners & EY or Y1 TAs. Get in touch with us for more details!
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Laura Tullock Sep 1
Replying to @drjessicabarker
Yum! After last night those expectations were high!
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Laura Tullock Aug 30
We have lots of workgroups on offer this year- have a look and see what fits your school and school priorities.
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Laura Tullock Aug 29
Another few days of super adventuring, exploring & recharging done...2019-2020 the Tullocks are ready for you!
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Laura Tullock Aug 28
Contact us for details about these programmes too-they were very popularly academic year
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Laura Tullock Aug 28
Make sure your are signed up to our mailing list to find out about the Level 3 opportunities on offer in our Hub this year
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The NCETM Aug 28
Thinking about getting your pupils involved in maths competitions over the coming year? Plenty of primary and secondary suggestions here
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The NCETM Aug 28
We've just published our Secondary Mastery Professional Development materials for Key Stage 3, which provide teachers with a detailed description of the key themes and big ideas associated with teaching for mastery
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The NCETM Aug 15
Tell us to go away immediately if you’re in super-charged holiday mode. But, if not, this analysis of a couple of this year’s SATs questions might prompts some thoughts for the autumn term
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Laura Tullock Aug 14
Replying to @visiondaz @MrTullock
Enjoy Mr S, we’ve had a ball!
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