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SHINE Trust speech at the House of Lords

Tonight I spoke at a SHINE Trust event at the House of Lords. I talked about the transition from primary to secondary and how there are great teachers who have great, scalable ideas on how to meet the needs of the pupils we care about the most. Entering secondary school …

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#OfstedMaths roundup

It was a pleasure to host the #OfstedMaths twitter chat the other night. Thank you to everyone who submitted a question beforehand, who contributed on the night and to @harfordsean and @janejoneshmi. If you come away with one thing it should be… Ofsted don’t have a preferred lesson style, marking …

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#OfstedMaths Twitterchat with Sean Harford and Jane Jones

This is the chance to ask two prominent Ofsted inspectors for answers to our questions on maths as it relates to inspections. Send your questions in advance and/or vote for questions that others are already posing, by clicking here: And then remember to follow the #OfstedMaths hashtag on Thursday …

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New dates for ‘Mastering Maths CPD for Heads of Department’

****************** SOLD OUT 4th/March/15 ************************** We’ll run another CPD day soon. Thanks to those who booked their places. We can’t wait to meet you! *************************************************************** Good news! I am organising another CPD event at King Solomon Academy for Maths Heads of Department but this time we’ll be running the day …

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Lizz Truss on TESMaths chat

11:33 TES Team: Hello and welcome to TES Maths Week. We’ll be joined from 7pm by DfE minister Liz Truss, who’ll be answering your questions on maths in the new primary and secondary curriculum. You can ask questions live later on, or you can leave your questions or comments ahead …

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Chromebooks for Blended Learning – BETT 2014

Here are my slides from BETT 2014. The general ideas are that: There is a brick wall of technology that gets in the way of learning.Many laptops or desktop computers used in schools are unreliable, the workflow for sharing and collaboration on them is tedious and, in many other ways, …

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Inviting Heads of Maths to King Solomon Academy, Friday 21st March

Dear Head of Maths, You are invited to spend a day visiting King Solomon Academy on Friday 21st March, when you will have the chance to observe maths lessons and daily life, discuss the department-level things on your mind and participate in a very instructive training session on cognitive load …

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Inviting Heads of Maths to King Solomon Academy, 13th December

Dear Head of Maths, You are invited to visit King Solomon Academy on Friday 13th December. The agenda is as follows: 7.45am – Arrive 8am – Auction 8.40am – Briefing from Bruno 8.50am – Lesson observations – A mix of year 10 and 11 classes 10.15am – Training session from …

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#TMBlended Evaluation Infographic

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#TMBlended Videos

Menu Colin Hegarty – Flipped Learning Bruno Reddy – How to make sure they watch the video Darren Murphy – Google Apps and Moodle Colin Hegarty – Flipped learning Resources Colin’s slides Mr Hegarty YouTube channel Bruno Reddy – How to make sure they watch the video Resources Bruno’s slides …

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#TMBlended – First ‘blended learning’ TeachMeet, London 11th July

What is #TMBlended? This is the first ever TeachMeet event to focus on blended learning! In the UK, there is a growing number of teachers who have thrown themselves into blended learning as a way to improve learning outcomes in their classes. Others have been dabbling tentatively and others are …

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Times Tables Rock God Wrangle – Event Teaser [Video]

Related links Times Tables Rock Stars Strategies for learning, understanding and remembering the times tables

Maths competition for UK 16-18 yr olds – Prize is to sail with an Olympic medallist

Reposted from Put your maths skills to the test and win a sailing lesson with a double-gold Olympic medal winning sailor! If you think maths is done from behind a desk, think again! The Transversal Maths Challenge gives pupils the chance to test out their maths skills in the …

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Laying down the gauntlet – Mathematical Wrangles

Poetry slams, rap battles and Mock The Week all pit the sharpest minds with the sharpest tongues against other (well, two out of three do). Opponents must outdo each other through rounds of linguistic duelling, with escalating wit and dexterity. One of my favourite slam poets is Taylor Mali and …

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PROMYS Summer Program for mathematically ambitious students – scholarships available

PROMYS is an intensive summer program for mathematically ambitious students – six weeks at Boston University followed by one week at Oxford University. The Clay Mathematics Institute is fully funding the PROMYS participation of up to ten European students. The students will follow up their six weeks at PROMYS with …

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World Maths Day – World Record Rolling Numbers

To celebrate World Maths Day today, we decided to set a world record for the largest number of people rolling numbers! We had the year 3s, 4s, 5s, 7s, 8s and a handful of year 9s plus staff and visitors from KSA’s primary and secondary schools. The grand total – …

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Bett photo gallery

Links to stands mentioned: Lego Mindstorms BrainPop Whizz Education Oxford University Press Cambridge University Press Mathletics Wordwall

Ten Tips for Great Chromebook Routines

Slides from my second presentation at Bett.

Using Google to Flip the Classroom

Slides from my presentation at Bett 2013.

Guest Blog: Pupil writes about experience of Bett Show

Nine lucky students out of 30 hopeful pupils have been lucky enough to accompany Mr. Reddy while he was representing Aaron Sam’s and Jonathan Bergmanns’s flipped learning style of teaching at Bett. Those nine lucky children were Saba, Maria, Badr, Rami, Fatima, Mazen, Nuhaa, Omar and Alaa. Our favourite stands were Teamboard (a whiteboard where you could use …

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