The Mixed Attainment Maths Community are teachers who share a common belief in social justice and the value of not separating children into groups according to some notion of their (fixed) ‘ability.’ Our intention is to share strategies, ideas and resources for teaching in mixed-attainment classrooms. The people below have all presented workshops at the Mixed Attainment Maths conferences and /or contributed to this website.
Mike is a Freelance mathematics education consultant. @MichaelOllerton
Zebedee is a mathematics teacher in Wales and a mathematics education consultant. @zebfriedman
Leann de Belder
Leann is a KS3 mathematics leader and teacher in London.
Hilary is a professor of mathematics education at Sheffield Hallam University and is involved in mathematics curriculum development.
Gareth is a mathematics teacher in Tarleton, Preston.
Steve is Academic Head of years 7&8 at a school in Tiverton.
Eman is a Maths Teacher in Sheffield.
Andrew is the leader of a mathematics department in Camden @inquirymaths
Helen is the leader of a mathematics department in Rainham, East London. @helenhindle1
Colin is a teacher educator and researcher. He has recently left Sheffield Hallam University.
Jeremy is Professor of Mathematics Education at the University of Nottingham @JeremyHodgengrouping
Tarleton Academy Maths Faculty
Martin is a mathematics teacher in Petersfield
Helen in a Maths teacher in Lancashire
Mark is a teacher in a Secondary School in London.
Sam is a Mathematics teacher in Oxford.
Tom is a mathematics teacher and Lecturer in Secondary Mathematics at the University of Birmingham.
Nichola is a mathematics teacher in Bourne
Joanna is a mathematics teacher in Tarleton, Preston.
Corinne is a member of the ATM
Jill is a Maths teacher in Hertfordhsire