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FREE Maths for Teaching Assistants (Secondary School) - Multiply
Are you working as a Teaching Assistant or working towards a TA qualification? Would you like to learn more about how children learn maths at school and the terminology used so that you can support them better at school?
This course introduces concepts and methods used in secondary schools to support children in their maths.
Join this 6-week course to find out more and brush up on your own skills.
This course is FREE for those who meet certain criteria. Contact us to find out more!
What will I learn on this course?
During this course you will learn the following:
• How to develop confidence in mathematical terminologies by matching terminology and definitions.
• How to understand concepts and methods used in secondary school maths.
• How to be able to support children with their maths.
Is this course suitable for me?
This course is designed to support your understanding of the numeracy requirements of a teaching assistant and to support you in gaining the necessary skills needed to support children in secondary schools.
Is there anything else I need to know about the course?
Will there be additional costs?
There are no additional costs.
Prosp Additional Costs
What could I go on to do after this course?
On completion of this course you may be able to go onto the following:
Functional Skills Maths Levels 1 and 2 or even GCSE Maths.
What is the attendance policy?
In order to get the most out of your course you will need to attend as many sessions as possible. We recommend at least 90%. If you do have a holiday booked during term time please let the tutor know in advance so that we can help you catch up on missed sessions and ensure that you still achieve the course outcomes. If you are unavoidably ill or unable to attend please contact 01634 338400 so that we can let your tutor know, and so they can send you any work you may have missed.
How are IT/Digital skills used and enhanced on this course?
You may need to use the internet for some of your course - using a tablet, laptop or computer. The tutor will speak to you about useful websites, apps and online resources which you may be asked to use for homework
Health & Safety
We try to make sure your class is as safe as possible. If you are worried about anything, please talk to your tutor or our Safeguarding Officer.
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