Leadership Programmes 2022-23

Primary Mastery Specialists Programme for 2022-23

Our Primary Mastery Specialist programme is an opportunity for primary teachers to become leaders in teaching mastery in mathematics. The Mastery Specialist programme is for those maths teachers who want to become an expert in teaching for mastery and work towards supporting other schools.

The programme is supported by fully funded training from Maths Hubs and NCETM experts.

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Secondary Mastery Specialists Programme for 2022-23

Our Secondary Mastery Specialist programme is an opportunity for secondary teachers to become leaders in teaching mastery in mathematics. The Mastery Specialist programme is for those maths teachers who want to become an expert in teaching for mastery and work towards supporting other schools.

The programme is supported by fully funded training from Maths Hubs and NCETM experts.

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Professional Development Lead Accreditation for 2022-23

The NCETM Professional Development Lead accreditation is designed for those who lead professional development for teachers of maths. These programmes are for teachers of maths across all phases who have existing commitments and responsibility for designing, leading and evaluation maths teacher professional development.

The programme is supported by fully funded training from Maths Hubs and NCETM experts.

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School Development Lead Programme for 2022-23

Our School Development Lead programme is for teachers leading change in a school or group of schools other than your own. The programme is designed for leaders of maths school development to enhance leadership capacity and capability in the schools they support.

The programme is supported by fully funded training from Maths Hubs and NCETM experts.

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Secondary Subject Leadership 2022-23

Professional development designed specifically for secondary heads of maths:

Who can take part?

The project is for secondary heads of department/subject leaders, and is open to heads of department in schools already involved with Maths Hubs and to those who are not yet involved. In their first year of engagement with this project, participants will be part of a Work Group. In subsequent years they will be part of a Maths Hub-led subject leadership community.

What is involved?

Local Work Groups will follow a cycle of workshops followed by school-based tasks. Participants will support each other through the sharing of leadership strategies and practices. A vibrant professional learning community will be created through peer-to-peer discussions and expert input. Participants will also create an action plan for their department.

Much of the work will involve each individual department working on elements of their action plan and developing collaborative ways of working which support their professional development. As well as exploring the needs of their own department, participants will benefit from the expertise and experiences of the group of departments represented.

Secondary Maths MAT Leads 2022-23

Support and development for those leading maths across multiple schools:

Who can take part?

The project is for those who lead maths across multiple schools within a MAT, including at least one secondary school. This includes MAT maths leads who are continuing from 2021/22, and new participants. To better engage in the programme, participants are encouraged to have at least one school in a Secondary Teaching for Mastery Work Group in 2022/23, but this is not essential.

What is involved?

Now in its second year, this project supports those who lead maths across multiple schools within a MAT. Participants will also develop their role as a leader of system change, curriculum change, and teacher professional development.

The programme involves three one-day face-to-face national workshops. Within these, the cohort will be split into new and continuing participants for some sessions, with other sessions for everyone. Participants will also carry out and evaluate their own improvement initiatives, both in and between sessions, and be part of a vibrant online community.