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The Power of Pattern (Maths Session 2) Morning Session

May 15 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am BST


Stronger Practice Hub Event

The Power of Pattern – how recognising patterns and structures supports all areas of mathematics. Pattern is a defining quality of mathematics, and children’s pattern awareness is a key predictor of later maths learning.

Almost all mathematics is based on pattern and structure, and helping children recognise the regularities and relationships in all sorts of patterns helps them “make sense” of mathematics.

We will consider the diverse forms of pattern, progression in repeating patterns, and key experiences that support pattern understanding – helping children be pattern spotters and problem-solvers!

Woven throughout this session will be the golden threads of noticing, talking and developing a positive attitude towards mathematics.

By the end of the session participants will feel more confident and knowledgeable on how to support children in “pattern spotting”, the progression in patterning and ways of developing a maths-rich, pattern-rich environment.

Part of this session will be recorded.


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May 15
9:30 am - 11:00 am BST
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1.5 Hours
Robin Taylor
Dates and times
Wednesday 15th May, 9:30am - 11:00am

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