Start 2020 with a day of high quality subject specific professional development, for only £20!
No matter what phase you work with, or how experienced you are, our annual conference is recognised as a piece of fantastic professional development and networking opportunity.
We have three inspirational and motivating key speakers and a whole host of local and national expertise in the form of workshop providers. An exhibition of publishers and awarding organisations will also be available. And we even include lunch in the price.
Bookings will be closing in under one weeks time, so please do not miss out on your ticket, or your workshop choices. The link to eventbrite booking can be found in the attached flyer or here: https://
Book places for yourself and your colleagues - it's always a great day of CPD, with a fantastic buzz around mathematics.
The conference is suitable for anyone working with children in Mathematics... teaching assistants, teachers or leadership whether in early years, primary, secondary or Post-16.
You will be able to attend a choice of three workshops across all phases of mathematics education and receive access to high quality speakers, professional development and networking throughout the day (workshop choices/booking link will be sent to you after confirmation of delegate place).
Tickets are just £20, including lunch.
Please have a look at Eventbrite for further details of our amazing key speakers: Dr Sue Gifford (a renowned and respected Early Years researcher), Ben Sparks (Mathematician, musician and a member of the Maths Inspiration, MathsFest and AMSP teams) and Ben Smith (having completed an amazing 401 marathons in just 401 days, Ben, from Portishead, as part of the Journey to Wellbeing Education Programme is planning his #USA2020Challenge - truly inspiring!)
Booking link: Boolean Maths Hub #CollaborationCounts Conference 2020
Ben Smith: Having completed an amazing 401 marathons in just 401 days, Ben, from Portishead, is planning his #USA2020Challenge. As part of the Journey to Wellbeing Education Programme, he will run a marathon in each of the 50 US state capitals, aiming to complete the 14,001 mile adventure in just 104 days.
Ben Sparks: Mathematician, musician and a member of the Maths Inspiration, MathsFest and AMSP teams. Ben works in the Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Bath.
Dr Sue Gifford: Renowned and respected Early Years researcher, a member of the joint primary committee of the Association of Teachers of Mathematics & the Mathematics Association. Sue is the Principal Lecturer in Mathematics Education, University of Roehampton.
The workshop choices booking link will be sent to participants further to confirmation of delegate place.