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  • NW3 Maths Hub – Primary Maths Conference

  • FREE nature connection programme for schools

  • Early Career Teacher Training Programme

  • Assessment Training for schools




NW3 Maths Hub – Primary Maths Conference



Dear Colleagues

NW3 Maths Hub would like to invite ALL schools across the NW region to attend the following Primary Mathematics Conference

Key notes include: 

Teaching for Mastery- sharing current thinking and updates, practice, and procedure in line with Government guidance and the bigger picture.

Presented by: Debbie Morgan CBE (NCETM Primary Director)

Using Ready to Progress Criteria to support SEND Provision

Presented by: Claire Christie (Current teacher in Bristol and Maths SLE)

What does research say about design, delivery and implementation for Professional Development of Mathematics?

Presented by: Simon Cox (Director of Blackpool Research School)

Providing Challenge for All

Presented by: Andrew Jeffery (Maths Consultant and author)

Who should attend? Headteachers, SLT members, Maths Subject Leaders and anyone from the Mathematics Community.


Tuesday 1st March 2022, 8.30-3.30pm at Haydock Racecourse, Newton-le-Willows WA12 0HQ. 

Cost: £75.00 per delegate Includes delivery, all course materials, light lunch and refreshments.

All materials will be sent out after the event to delegates that register and attend the meeting.

If you would like to book a place please contact:
Sarah Makin-

Once registered you will receive confirmation of your booking and further information. 





FREE nature connection programme for schools


WWT have recently launched their Generation Wild programme which will connect 45,000 children and their families with nature. It includes FREE school visits (including FREE transport), FREE visits for families and a specially designed website to encourage continued nature-connection activity at school, at home and in local greenspaces.

Children and their families will find themselves transported by a magical narrative as they meet Ava, a part-bird, part-human creature in a giant nest. Can they help her to find her family, fulfil her destiny and unlock some of nature’s wildest secrets along the way?

The programme is now open to schools in disadvantaged areas, with places offered on a first-come-first-served basis. Eligibility criteria (based on % of pupils eligible for free school meals) vary across centres so please visit the Generation Wild website to find your nearest centre and see if your school qualifies.


Or contact: Mark Stead
National Learning Manager
Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT)
Slimbridge, Glos GL2 7BT, UK
M       07825 246104






Early Career Teacher Training Programme


Early Career Teacher, Legacy NQT Training Programme 2022

Please find attached the spring training programme. If you have an ECT or Legacy NQT starting January 2022 to register with Halton as the Appropriate Body please complete and return the attached registration forms to

please see attached ECT registration form

please see attached Newly Qualified Teacher registration form 




Assessment Training for schools


Dear Colleagues,

Please find attached the assessment training programme for Spring Term.

This training is available to all maintained schools without charge. The training offer is also available to those academies (within and outside of Halton) who are buying into Halton’s moderation and monitoring programme in 2022.

Please complete and return booking forms attached  to  no later than Monday 7 February.