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Laura Tullock
Deputy Head at Monkhouse Primary. Primary Lead for Great North Maths Hub & NCETM Professional Development Accredited Lead
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Laura Tullock Apr 10
People often ask myself & if our kids get bored on city breaks. Apart from obvious answers about everything they see &experience who could get bored when the world is your playground?!!
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Laura Tullock Apr 8
Time to show these beauts more of the world and the many gems it has to offer. We are of course taking with us!
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Laura Tullock Mar 31
Canny little Sunday adventure with these two firecrackers
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Martyn Mar 30
Day3: ending Primary SKE with my South Tyneside cohort. Great evaluations - huge evidence of impact & changes in practise. Have loved delivering this course with my hubwife ⁦⁩ . ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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The NCETM Mar 25
Deepening children’s understanding of multiplication and division. Mastery PD materials from and
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Laura Tullock Mar 27
We have a great team of LLME!
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Martyn Mar 25
Variation on a counting stick. Loved seeing this today in Y3 ❤️😊🧮
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The NCETM Mar 21
Funded CPD to start introducing teaching for mastery in secondary maths departments. Places available with every Maths Hub
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Laura Tullock Mar 17
Replying to @drjessicabarker
Yes! Yes! Yes!
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Laura Tullock Mar 17
Developing quantity sense! Love this!
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Mrs Forster Mar 14
Very impressed at this Y 5 bunch who have been adding fractions and reasoning about fractions. Super confident talking maths
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Laura Tullock Mar 15
Spotting patterns in ratio and fractions today with . Why is the fraction always the same? Is it ever not the same?
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Laura Tullock Mar 15
Replying to @drjessicabarker
👏👏👏 Now when are you coming to schools in the NEast?!
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Laura Tullock Mar 4
An amazing opportunity to take part in fantastic and collaborative CPD. Sign up!
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Lindsey Hassan Mar 1
“The book gave them the confidence to apply what they had learnt and see the maths all around them.” Year 1 teacher sharing amazing impact of using the text ‘How Many’
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E Baggaley Feb 27
Developing resource ideas and interesting lessons as part of the Supporting work group.
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E Baggaley Feb 12
Great day developing A Level Maths Pedagogy by Tim Johnson for
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Erikson Early Math Feb 10
Grid games can be some of the earliest experiences children have with board games. They are simple to make, easy to organize in a classroom, but also customizable to children’s interests. And they are inherently mathematical. More:
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Laura Tullock Feb 10
Sunday beaching, always good for the soul and with the sun out just lovely..
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Laura Tullock Feb 4
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