Professor’s talk on achieving targets

Boxford primary staff with Professor Ruth Marttens  from the Hamilton Trust.'She is there as part of a professional development being held at the school with 75 different professionals attending.'Boxford Head Toby Barkworth-Knight and teachers Ruth Bull, Sylwia Jackowska-Cray, Sheena Gibbens, Louise Eaton and Helen Tassel with Prof Ruth Marttens, 'Picture Mark Westley ANL-161002-085758009

Boxford primary staff with Professor Ruth Marttens from the Hamilton Trust.'She is there as part of a professional development being held at the school with 75 different professionals attending.'Boxford Head Toby Barkworth-Knight and teachers Ruth Bull, Sylwia Jackowska-Cray, Sheena Gibbens, Louise Eaton and Helen Tassel with Prof Ruth Marttens, 'Picture Mark Westley ANL-161002-085758009

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More than 70 teachers from 30 schools visited Boxford Primary School on Tuesday evening to learn from Professor Ruth Merttens.

Professor Merttens recapped the origins of educational theory, moving on to outline how schools and teachers could the achieve the required ‘mastery of age-related targets’ for all children, without “throwing the educational baby out with the political bath water”. Teachers from across the region visited for the free talk, as she shared the five keys to success in enabling as many children as possible to master the new National Curriculum mathematics objectives.