If you have any questions about our opportunities for teachers and school staff, please contact the Teacher Engagement team:

T: 020 3108 8241 (9:00am-4:30pm Mon-Fri)


Teacher Masterclasses

Our Teacher Masterclasses are designed to support the teaching of specific areas of subject knowledge or areas of the curriculum.

Masterclasses at your school

Our free masterclasses can be delivered at your school at a time that suits you, and can also include partner schools. Subjects covered range from teaching curve-sketching in Mathematics or covering areas of the Russian Revolution in A level History.

Additionally, we also run sessions to help and support gifted and talented pupils in a variety of subjects, as well as guidance on writing personal statements and academic references. 

If you are interested in booking a Teacher Masterclass or finding out more about the options available, please complete our online form.

Masterclasses at UCL

Mathematics Teacher Masterclass: Proportional Reasoning

This masterclass has been rescheduled for Monday 24 September 2018, 4:00-6:00pm.

This masterclass is aimed at any mathematics teacher from a non-selective UK state school. This masterclass is free to attend so please sign up via our online form to confirm your place.

This teacher masterclass is aimed at teachers of mathematics and run by UCL Department of Mathematics and UCL Institute of Education. Collaborative sessions will explore teaching and learning approaches to developing reasoning in KS4 and beyond. This session will focus on proportional reasoning. 

Proportional reasoning poses particular challenges in KS3 and beyond. In this session we will explore multiple strategies for developing understanding of fractions, recognising proportional context and applying proportional reasoning to problems. We will also consider progression to KS4 including algebraic methods in problems involving change of ratio, and proportional relationships and their graphs in the new A level Mathematics specifications.

MTEC Masterclass at UCL