Advancing All Learners

Join us at the De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms in London on 21 January, 2021 to discover the latest research and teaching techniques that move primary learners forward.

Strategies for every learner

Whether you’re introducing maths mastery to early learners, supporting struggling and advanced learners, or focusing your attention on the overlooked middle set, #MNPConf21 gives you the strategies to navigate whole-class teaching.

Professional development opportunities

Learn about the latest education research, innovative teaching methods, and creative ways of thinking about maths. It’s teacher CPD designed to transform your primary maths classroom and help you take the next step towards maths leadership.

It was a brilliant experience and one that gave me lots of ideas to take back to school.

Edd Chalkley, The Beacon C of E Primary School, Devon

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Meet our speakers

Lucy Crehan

Education Consultant and Author of Cleverlands: The Secrets Behind the Success of the World's Education Superpowers

Louise Hoskyns-Staples

Senior Lecturer, University of Worcester and part of the SATs development team

Choose a Maths Mastery Workshop

Focus on what’s important to your practice. Conference attendees can select one workshop from the following sessions.

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Inspiring conference speakers

Hear thought-provoking presentations from leaders in education and exceptional primary educators. It’s your space to exchange ideas, tackle new teaching challenges, and work together to make meaningful change in the education landscape.

Dr Yeap Ban Har

International Singapore Maths Expert and MNP Consultant

Let’s get practical

Take the big ideas of maths mastery back to your classroom with our most hands-on conference yet. Hear from world-leading experts, join training workshops, and catch a model lesson on the mainstage.

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Hear Primary School Case Studies

Join three standout MNP Accredited Schools as they share their maths mastery journeys — the ups, the downs, and the paths they took to achieve maths mastery success.

Dr Yeap Ban Har has spent his entire career dedicated to effective teaching methods. In this unmissable session, he’ll teach you a full model lesson, giving you insight into pupils’ points of view and helping you overcome the most common classroom challenges.

Join a Live Model Lesson With Ban Har

You’re in good company

Community is at the heart of #MNPConf21. Get inspired and keep the ideas flowing with people as passionate about education as you are.

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Ready to advance all learners in your school? Register for #MNPConf21

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Workshop A

Supporting Pupils with Dyscalculia

Dyscalculia and dyslexia specialist Judy Hornigold breaks down why learners struggle in maths, and shares practical activities to develop visualisation and reasoning skills.

Workshop B

Building Confidence in Lower Achieving Pupils

Maths mastery consultant Adam Gifford looks at confidence-boosting teaching strategies for lower-achieving learners — including children with lower numeracy and literacy skills.

Workshop C

Stretching the Most Advanced Learners

Head of Singapore Maths Roger Hitchin teaches you how to support advanced learners and give them the productive struggle they need in the primary classroom.

Workshop D

Encouraging Early Mathematical Development

Maths mastery trainer Simon Norton looks at the skills you need to build a strong mathematical foundation right from the beginning.

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What to expect from a world-class primary maths conference

Keynote Speaker

International Maths Speaker and Maths Workshop Lead, Think Maths

Zoe Griffiths

Excellent all round. Great to have a strong focus with reflections to take back to school.

Katharine Anstey, St John's Church of England First School, Dorset

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Thank you for your interest in the MNP Conference.

Your health and safety is our top priority. Due to the evolving public health concerns around Covid-19, we have made the difficult decision to postpone the conference to a later date. 

The MNP Conference will be held at the Grand Connaught Rooms in London on 21 January, 2021. We hope you’ll join us.

We appreciate your support during this challenging time. If you have any questions, you can reach us at hello@mathsnoproblem.com 

The Maths — No Problem! Team