Project ID - TIS000824
Numeracy Support To develop the children's confidence and mental maths ability.


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Project offered at

Kirkinriola Primary School
BALLYMENA
BT43 6TB

Contact

Judyth Crabbe

Student Skills

The student should: - have studied maths to A level standard. - enjoy working with children and be able to develop a good rapport with them.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

The children will: - improve their confidence and have quicker recall of basic number facts. - be able to explain their mathematical thinking. - build up an understanding of number properties.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

The student will: - gain a better understanding of how children learn. - gain experience of teaching mathematics in a school environment. - gain experience of the world of work.

Extra Information

Children are taught in a composite class comprising of 4 year groups.

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