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How Can The CanDoMaths Club Support

You With Maths Leadership?

This is where the ' iiimpact Framework', LeadMeets  and 

Video Training  are designed to help!

Support for Leadership includes:

  • iiimpact Framework Bundle
    • Intent and Implementation Document (editable)
    • Curriculum intent rhombuses PDF
    • Interactive self evaluation spreadsheet
    • Self evalutation tool PDF
    • Calculation Progression
    • KPI Guidance
  • Online leadership support/training videos
    • Leadership Videos
    • Planning Clinics
    • LeadMeet Recordings
    • 'Guest Spot' videos, interviews and clinics with other education experts, Subject Leaders and Headteachers​
  • Whole Year Road Maps for Y1-6
  • Termly Plans for Y 1-6
  • Live sessions  (LeadMeets) supporting leaders.

The 'iiimpact Framework' - Self Evaluation Tool

Here's how you can join the CanDoMaths Club

Full Membership (Year 1-6)

In a nutshell this Membership option will support you in Teaching and Planning, Leadership and Assessment.
Includes resources like:

  • Subject expertise videos – for ongoing, on demand CPD for all your staff
  • Manageable Steps Curriculum (Y1-6) – to ensure progression
  • Remember Its and Ready To Progress Papers – to use as diagnostic assessments
  • All units for years 1-6

EYFS, Infant and Junior Memberships are also available (from £117 plus VAT)​

Leadership Membership

Designed to provide you with expert support for the Implementation of the CanDoMaths approach in your school.
Resources you can access in this Membership include:

  • Iiimpact Framework – Self evaluation tool
  • Leadership videos – Providing ongoing CPD and support
  • Manageable Steps Curriculum (Y1-6) – to ensure progression

What OFSTED have to say about maths
in Schools that use CanDoMaths

You have improved the way that teachers plan mathematics. Lessons now include more reasoning and problem-solving activities, as well as opportunities for pupils to practise their skills.
Pupils reported that they find this approach helpful

Teachers use well-crafted questions to deepen and reinforce pupils' learning and to spot pupils' misconceptions. They tackle these quickly so that learning moves on swiftly.
Teachers create an expectation that everyone can learn from their mistakes. Consequently, pupils are confident and willing to 'have a go'. Pupils told inspectors that 'making mistakes is a way of learning'

The 'do it', 'stretch it' and 'deepen it' approach has introduced higher levels of challenge to extend pupils' thinking. Outcomes in 2017 were above national figures at the expected standard because pupils were enthused by the new way of learning.

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