How do I become a Maths Recovery Trainer?

How do I become a Maths Recovery Trainer?

Accredited Maths Recovery Teachers who have worked with a minimum of two children and have completed at least 40 hours teaching may apply to become a Maths Recovery Trainer.

A Maths Recovery Teacher seeking to become a Maths Recovery Trainer should seek out a Maths Recovery Consultant to act as their mentor.
Apprentice trainers will need to support Maths Recovery training programmes and be mentored in readiness to become a trainer before they can apply to the Maths Recovery Council.

Further details of accreditation can be downloaded here MR Trainer accreditation 2021 or email:

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Welcome to the new Maths Recovery website.

Thank you to @Collab_LR and @NAMA_UK for a great #cpdsaturday with @watanabeKSU exploring #TTP. Rich discussion face to face for a change… @geoffwake1 @RuthTrundley @mattlewis73 @AccomplishEdu @ProfSmudge @mikeaskew26

Treat your class to some lovely new puppets - THEY’RE CURRENTLY HALF PRICE!

Puppets are great learning resources, use them to:

🌟Bring your story telling to life
🌟Help children with counting
🌟Help children to understand school expectations and reinforce behaviour policies

1. Use 7,3 to make 2-dig numbers. Find the diff. between them. M

2. Try 6,2. What do you notice?

3. Try some more. Reorganise the results.

4. What’s changing, what’s stays the same? Why?

Teaching through problem solving with @watanabeKSU at @Collab_LR @NAMA_UK

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