The national network of 37 Maths Hubs offers professional development opportunities for anyone involved in the teaching of maths, with the aim of driving school-wide change.
As in previous years, schools and teachers can choose from several types of project. They all have 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.
Each Maths Hub puts together its own mixture of programmes to run locally, and many projects are offered in all Maths Hubs. Check with your local hub about their offer.
In most cases you will participate in a what we call a Work Group, which is a model of professional development unique to Maths Hubs. It’s a commitment lasting a term or a school year, with a clear aim of enabling you to bring about sustained change to practice back in your own school or department.
Projects fall into three categories. Whatever your school’s need, phase or position, and whatever your interest, there will be a project for you.
Why not download or share our flyers with details of this year's programmes? We have one for Early Years and primary, and one for Secondary and post-16. We also have a handy poster with details of all the Maths Hubs CPD available in 2019/20.
In one of the sections below, you can find out about Maths Hubs projects in 2018/19 and the years before that.