Every Child Counts
The Every Child Counts Mathematics intervention programmes are developed and quality assured by Edgehill University with Kingsmead Primary School being the accredited local provider of ECC services. Since September 2008 Every Child Counts Mathematics intervention programmes have successfully supported over 100,000 children nationally in thousands of schools to narrow and close the gap between themselves and their peers with children averaging between 12 and 17 months progress in about a term.
Kingsmead with HTSA offer the full range of ECC Math’s programmes delivered by and their accredited ECC Maths lead trainer and NCETM accredited PD Lead, Garry Minto.
Garry Minto has had 12 years’ experience as a Mathematics intervention teacher and 6 years’ experience as a Mathematics consultant and trainer and has trained over 80 teachers in the highly effective Numbers Count Intervention Programme and over 370 TAs and teachers in the lighter touch 1stClass@Number and Success@Arithmetic interventions.
- High quality interventions which genuinely help children who struggle with numeracy to catch up with their peers so that they can continue to learn alongside them.
- High quality in depth PD support for TAs and teachers to both deliver the interventions and to understand the mathematical and pedagogical issues well enough to enable them to be more effective teachers of mathematics in any context.
- High quality professional development to help schools and teachers to raise teaching standards and sustain high achievement for all children.
Courses are offered termly and held at the Portico. The courses are as follows:
Highly effective intensive support intervention Programme for children who find Mathematics very difficult to learn: Numbers Count is an innovative and highly effective numeracy intervention aimed at supporting the lowest attaining 5-6% of children to catch up with their peers enough to continue to learn alongside them in class. The Programme is delivered by a specially trained teacher. Teachers receive 7 full days of face to face training in their first year and 3 half-day trainer visits where the teachers receive coaching and support and within which their work is quality assured. The school is also supported in the best use of the Programme. Teachers can gain accreditation from Edge Hill University after 2 terms as long as the rigorous standards demanded by the university are achieved.
Numbers Count Teacher’s expertise is developed to the point where they can have a wider impact in supporting colleagues throughout the school, impacting on mathematics standards in all classes.
Around 40,000 children so far have achieved average gains of 17 months progress in around a term from 22 hours of tuition so far substantially catching up with their peers.
There are two versions:
- Numbers Count 1 – for children in Years 1 to 3
- Numbers Count 2 – for children in Years 4 to 6 and beyond
Costs for 7 Days of training, 3 half-day trainer support visits and email and phone support: £2,200 per teacher.
1st Class @ Number
For children who need a helping hand to learn Mathematics:
1stClass@Number is a light touch small group intervention Programme delivered by a specially trained teaching assistant or teacher to groups of 4 children 3 or 4 times a week for 10 or so weeks and enables children to catch up and keep up with their peers.
TAs / teachers receive 1 full and 5 ½ days of high quality resources plus email and phone support plus all necessary lesson plans and guidance and all the specialist resources needed to deliver the Programme. We train link teachers from your school too so that they can support the work of the TA.
So far over 10,000 children have made average gains of 12 months progress in a term from 30 lessons with a TA. When organised well by the school, 1stClass@Number can have a huge impact.
There are two versions:
- 1stClass@Number 1 – for children who need to secure the current Year 1 Programme (typically in Year 2. It works for children in a range of year groups)
- 1stClass@Number 2 – for children who need to secure the current Year 2 Programme (typically in Years 3+4. It also works for children in a range of year groups)
Costs: for 3 ½ days of face to face training, email and phone support, resources website access, all lesson plans and specialist resources necessary to run the Programme: £900 per TA
Success@Arithmetic: Calculation is a TA and Teacher led small group mathematic intervention for pupils in lay Key Stage 2 (Year 5 and 6) or Key Stage 3 who need support to become fluent in understanding and applying formal written calculation methods. The Programme gives children the deep knowledge of the operations and procedures which enable them to apply effective formal calculation to solving problems confidently. It’s basically very high quality teaching which can be applied to whole class situations too.
TAs from you school and a lead teacher (who manages and supports the TAs) are trained together for 2½ days spread over about 7 weeks in both running the Programme, adapting it to different children’s needs and in the deep mathematical and pedagogical knowledge which will allow them to apply their learning to whole class maths teaching.
Success@Arithmetic: Number Sense
As above but for children in late Year 3, Year 4 and above who need to acquire the number bond and multiplication fact knowledge as well as the m derivation and place value understandings and skills they need to be ready to learn formal calculation.
So Far children are making average gains of 14 months’ progress from these programmes in less than a term.
Costs: For 2 ½ days of face to face small group training, email and phone support, resource website access and a full set of guidance booklets lesson plans, and the specialist resources needed to deliver the Programme: £990 per TA and link pair and £150 for an extra TA
Talk 4 Number
Giving a voice to mathematical thinking:
Talk 4 Number is an Every Child Counts mathematics intervention developed by Edge Hill University. It is for:
- pupils mainly in Years 3 or 4 who need support and encouragement to use and understand mathematical language or to talk fluently about their mathematics; and
- pupils in Year 3 or above who are in the later stages of learning English as an additional language.
A TA and a teacher share 1 full and 2 half-days of training and receive a huge A3 pack of lesson plans and resources.
Costs: for 2 full days of training for a TA and Link teacher from your school, website access, email and phone support, all the lesson plans, guidance and specialist resources you will need to run the programmer: £610
If you would like any further information please contact us using the enquiry form or email Garry Minto: firstname.lastname@example.org or contact on: 07505 100 934