Associate Maths Adviser
Peter Warwick is a Maths specialist with over 25 years’ teaching experience, including class teacher, deputy head and inclusion manager. The latter is where his particular interest for supporting children with special needs and greater depth stems from.
He was an Advanced Skills Maths Teacher in Barnet and thereafter a Primary Maths Teaching & Learning Consultant for the London borough of Enfield for several years.
He works across several London boroughs, including Barking & Dagenham, and has helped many schools to achieve ‘outstanding’ grades from Ofsted. Indeed, his positive impact has been acknowledged in several OFSTED reports.
Peter now travels the country as an Independent Teaching and Learning Primary Maths Consultant, supporting early years mathematics through to transition into KS3. He is an accredited Numicon & Inspire Maths Consultant; a published author; and has presented at both national & international conferences.
Peter can provide consultancy & support including maths reviews and action planning, KS1 maths moderation, planning support, team teaching & coaching with identified staff, and maths leader development. He also provides CPD and training for staff (see below) and maths workshops for both children and parents.
Staff training & CPD available for:
Mastery in Mathematics, Developing a Whole School Approach to CPA, Variation Theory & Intelligent Practice, Bar Modelling, Developing Mathematical Understanding – including Pattern in the Early Years Maths, Supporting Children with Mathematical Difficulties, Reasoning & Problem Solving for All, Developing Literacy in Mathematics, Developing Challenge within Maths Lessons, Developing Questioning and Responses in mathematics, TA training and Subject Knowledge for Teachers.
Other bespoke areas of maths addressing whole school priorities can also be catered for as can parental and children’s workshops and Catch Up/Bounce Back sessions.
‘‘Continuing professional learning and development are central to the success of any school’’. Early & Porritt 2010.