New Programmes and Work Groups for 2021-22
Schools and teachers within our hub area can choose from several types of projects. Each project has a focus on collaborative, evidence-based professional development. They all offer schools and teachers in all phases the chance to engage in CPD with colleagues from other schools over an extended period and are led by a locally-based expert.Find out more
Secondary Recruitment Opportunities 2021-22
2021/22 Secondary Mastery Specialists Cohort 6 programme
Following the success of the Secondary Mastery Specialist Programme thus far, Maths Hubs, working in conjunction with the NCETM, are now seeking applications from secondary schools that wish to nominate ‘lead teachers’ to take part in an important three-year professional development programme leading to the designation of Secondary Mastery Specialist.
In order to apply for the 2021/22 programme, you will first need to read the information document: https://www.ncetm.org.uk/maths-hubs-projects/secondary-mastery-specialists/
PD Lead Opportunity
The NCETM PD Lead Development and Accreditation Programme 2021/22
The aim of the NCETM and the Maths Hubs Network is to provide opportunities for all practitioners of
mathematics to benefit from high quality collaborative professional development (PD). This requires
that there are enough people with the skills and capacity to lead, facilitate and support the
professional development of others, both within and across settings.
The NCETM PD Lead Development and Accreditation Programme (PDLDAP) is designed specifically
to address this need. This is part of the Maths Hubs Network’s strategy to build up a group of
Professional Development (PD) Leads who can support the work of local Maths Hubs.
CPD OPPORTUNITY AVAILABLE FOR NON-SPECIALISTS TEACHING SECONDARY MATHS
This term, a programme designed to upskill non-specialists teaching maths in secondary schools is launching. The programme, ‘Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Mathematics – Secondary Non-specialists’, is for anyone who has maths lessons on their timetable, but who did not train as a maths teacher.
Aligned with the pedagogy behind teaching for mastery, the new programme will enable participants to explore six key themes: structure of the number system; operating on number; multiplicative reasoning; sequences and graphs; statistics and probability; and geometry. Working collaboratively with peers, and with expert input from an experienced secondary maths practitioner, participants will improve their subject, curriculum and pedagogical knowledge.Find Out More
Welcome to NNW Maths Hub, we are one of a network of 40 Maths Hubs in England, working together within the Maths Hub Programme, which began in 2014. The programme is funded by the Department of Education (DfE) and coordinated by the National Centre of Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics (NCETM).
Children’s chances of succeeding in education and life will be maximised if they develop deep and lasting procedural and conceptual mathematical understanding.