The majority of the work we do is through nationally coordinated projects being run by the Maths Hub network. Annually, each Maths Hub puts together its own programme of Work Groups to run locally based on the national suite of projects available. We can also offer some of our own Innovation Work Groups – to respond to emerging needs within our region – so please have a look below and contact us if you have any questions or suggestions regarding our offer.
Primary Mastery Specialist Programme
Mastering Number Work Groups
School Development Lead Accreditation Programme
Primary Teaching for Mastery Sustaining Work Groups
Primary Teaching for Mastery Development Work Groups
Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Mathematics – Early Years Programme - Number Pathway
Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Mathematics - Primary Early Career Teacher Community
Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Mathematics – Early Years Programme - Shape Pathway
What is a Work Group and how does it work?
The Work Group is the model of professional and school development used in most Maths Hubs projects.Find out more
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