Margi Leech has been accredited by Oxford University Press to deliver Numicon Professional Development in New Zealand. 

If you are interested in the Numicon Approach, you are welcome to come for the first hour at no charge.

Please contact the presenter so that room arrangements can be made to cater for you.

If you wish to stay to complete the course, expect to pay on the day.

TEACHERS, when making your booking, please note that you need to send the invoice to your accounts person. The invoice is sent to the email address you provide.

If you make an error and do not notify us, you will be invoiced even if you do not attend the course.

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  • Thursday 26 October

  • This is a full day course giving you a rich experience of using the materials, discovering how to implement the Numicon approach into your classroom. Note the times.
    Date: Thu 26 Oct 2017
    Time: 09:30 AM - 03:30 PM Book Event
  • Suitable for all teachers, including those working with targeted students below standard. The course will include training in the Numicon intervention programme and Breaking Barriers for these targeted students.
    Date: Thu 26 Oct 2017
    Time: 09:30 AM - 03:30 PM Book Event
  • Wednesday 8 November

  • Please note the change of date from the 9th and the times. This course is a hands-on course tailored for those who work directly with their children. Why do children struggle and how to support them in their learning with Numicon. This is a special 'sponsored' course at half price. Please note the times.
    Date: Wed 08 Nov 2017
    Time: 09:00 AM - 01:30 PM Book Event
  • Tuesday 5 December

  • Dan Green will lead this workshop introducing you to Numicon from his own experience of a classroom teacher, Maths Lead Teacher and DP in the UK for several years. You will receive and Maths Bag and handouts to take with you back into your classroom to implement the ideas next day. It's not too late in the year to use with students and more so, to prepare yourself for 2018.
    Date: Tue 05 Dec 2017
    Time: 09:00 AM - 03:00 PM Book Event