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Full Day Maths Conference with Yeap Ban Har

Friday 20th October 2017 at Sandringham School

·         A one day conference introducing the revolutionary teaching methods of Singapore maths.

·         Aimed at colleagues from primary to year 7/8, and those responsible for transition.

·         An opportunity to learn the essential concepts of Singapore maths and maths mastery.

Dr Yeap Ban Har is an accomplished and inspirational speaker and consultant to the Maths-No Problem! Primary Maths Series. Ban Har spent ten years at the National Institute of Education in Singapore where he was involved in several funded research programmes in mathematics education. Ban Har will share his experience from Singapore, where every child achieves their potential in maths. He will also be offering advice and help as part of our Q&A session.

Course impact for teachers

At the end of this course teachers will understand the key learning principles behind the success of Singapore maths such as the concrete, pictorial and abstract approach and the bar models. Teachers will come away with the skills and practical strategies to begin using Singapore maths in the classroom.

Course impact for schools

The school will be able to start the journey to implementing mastery teaching and developing children's’ problem solving, fluency and reasoning.

Who should attend?

This course is recommended for anyone with an interest in maths mastery, regardless of whether your school is using the Maths – No Problem! materials. 

How to book

Please contact Sophie Walsh in the first instance.  Places are limited and demand is expected to be very high.  Email.


£89 + VAT per delegate, (Actual cost £295 + VAT per delegate - 70% subsidy)

Further information

The Singapore method of teaching mathematics develops children’s mathematical ability and confidence without having to resort to memorising procedures. It incorporates the use of concrete aids and manipulatives, through the concrete, pictorial and abstract approach, problem solving and group work.

Ofsted, National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics (NCETM) and the Department for Education (DfE) have all emphasised the value of the pedagogical and discovery learning nature of the Singapore approach to teaching maths.

With teaching methods that have been tried and tested over the last 30 years, and through the incorporation of key learning theories, such as Piaget, Dienes, Bruner, Skemp and Vygotsky Singapore has become a “laboratory of maths teaching” which has seen them rise to the top of the international rankings for TIMSS (The Trends in International Mathematics and Science) and PISA (The Programme for International Student Assessment).

Based on the transformational methods developed in Singapore, this Maths - No Problem! professional development course will equip you with the skills and confidence you need to teach maths for mastery and facilitate great problem solving in the classroom.