Understanding, identifying and supporting maths difficulties

Meeting the needs of children with maths difficulties – a problem solving approach. Children and young people can experience difficulties with maths for many different reasons and do not always progress as we would hope in response to typical ‘off the shelf’ interventions. 

Based on emerging research, this course will give you a strong understanding of what can underpin maths difficulties. It will equip you to identify the factors causing maths difficulties and to plan teaching and tailored interventions to meet children’s maths needs. 

This course is led by Educational Psychologists and involves one day face-to-face training and two online twilight workshops (to support with implementation through discussion and collaborative problem-solving). 

When: Tuesday 23 January 2024, 9am - 3.30pm 

Where: Oxfordshire County Library, Westgate, Oxford, OX1 1DJ 

Online twilights: 3.30-5pm on either Tues 27 Feb and 19 March OR Weds 28 Feb and 20 March. 

Groups will be arranged based on preferred dates at the training day. 

Cost: £175 Booking: through Education Services: https://educationservices.oxfordshire.gov.uk/Event/215826 

Closing date Fri 12 Jan 2024 

For further information, please see the attached flyer or contact KB)educationalpsychologycentral@oxfordshire.gov.uk

Please click for Maths Flyer (pdf format, 132.88KB)