Understanding the new AoLE for Mathematics and Numeracy SOUTH WALES (Cardiff)

Are you ready to implement the new Maths and Numeracy AoLE?

What changes will you need to make?

This course will provide practical strategies for auditing your current provision and ensuring effective implementation of the new curriculum.


Can’t get out of school to attend? This course is also available as an Online Download – CLICK HERE

Target Group: Headteachers, Primary Teachers, SMT
  • getting ready for the new AoLE for maths and numeracy
  • identifying the important changes - what is the same and what is different about the new and old curriculum?
  • unpicking and understanding the language of the new curriculum
  • identifying the key knowledge and skills and making links to the the four purposes
  • identifying effective approaches in mathematics teaching
  • developing an action plan for implementing change back in school

course attendee quote What people say about this course...

"Very informative and now I am clearer as to what is expected in terms of the new curriculum. The handouts were very important and clear. Just what we needed! Thank you for a great day."  Course Delegate Oct 2019
"A very good insight into the new AoLE. Lots of good resources to be used, especially for action planning. The resources can be used straight away in school ad will hopefully help us start our journey with the New Curriculum."  Course Delegate Oct 2019
"Really helpful in unpicking the document. Good mix of practical and leadership actions to implement. Presented in a very accessible way but with lots of detailed information to take away to work through."  Course Delegate Oct 2019


Course Presenter: Lynwen Barnsley

MATHEMATICS & NUMERACY – Lynwen Barnsley provides training and support for schools in all aspects of mathematics and numeracy. Lynwen’s training courses focus on the why and how of teaching mathematics, providing practical ideas and approaches that ensure learners “make sense” of maths and develop as independent mathematical thinkers. Her training covers a wide range of ideas and topics, such as developing numerical reasoning, the concrete-pictorial-abstract approach, bar modelling, mastery, problem-solving, mathematical communication and thinking, fluency and flexibility with mathematical ideas, assessment for learning, creativity and using numeracy across the curriculum in meaningful ways. Her Digit Dog character and blog are used in many classrooms to develop mathematical thinking and reasoning in young learners. Lynwen Barnsley also works across the UK as a consultant for Numicon and Inspire Maths (OUP) and has many years experience as a CAME and Let’s Think  tutor. Search for Courses