Get to grips with the new National Curriculum for Maths with these handy blogs and resources.

 

You can see the latest resources designed to help teachers adapt to the new maths curriculum from the NCTEM on TES Connect.

 

What's changing:

The new national curriculum will begin to be implemented in September 2014. Ahead of the changes, TES Connect’s maths adviser Craig Barton has put together these short guides to what’s changing for primary and secondary teachers, along with some resources to help you make the transition.

 

'Ask the expert' Q&A sessions:

The DfE's Stephen Rogers joined us for an ‘ask the expert’ webchat on primary and secondary maths.

 

The DfE's Tom Goldman joined us for an ‘ask the expert’ webchat on how to encourage students to continue in their study of maths post-16.

 

Minister Liz Truss joined us for a live chat on mathematics in the new National Curriculum

 
 
 

Information and advice:

Dr Helen Drury a member of the Expert Drafting Group for the primary mathematics curriculum, writes about the changes to primary and secondary maths.

 

NCTEM's Charlie Stripp blogs about the changes to the mathematics curriculum.

 

Shanghai Maths is the talk of UK teachers

A TES Professional blog on a knowledge-exchange trip between Shanghai and English maths teachers.

 

Andrew Carter on mathematics


 

Andrew Carter, Headteacher at South Farnham School in Surrey, talks about the new national curriculum and his thoughts on mathematics in particular.
 
 

Mathematics and changes to the national curriculum

 
 
An interview with Debbie Morgan, Director for Primary at the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics, talks about changes to the curriculum.
 
 

National Curriculum: Interview with Charlie Stripp

 
 
Charlie Stripp, Director at the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics, talks about changes to the curriculum.