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Maths Hubs CPD opportunities for 2021/22 now available

30 projects offer schools and teachers a variety of professional development options

Maths Hubs CPD opportunities for 2021/22 now available
  • Published: 30/06/2021

Details of the new opportunities for schools to work with Maths Hubs and the NCETM in 2021/22 are now available. Whatever your current position, there’s something for your own professional development or to develop maths teaching across your department or school. Professional development projects are aimed at teachers in all school and college phases, from Early Years to post-16.

All projects this year will continue to reflect the fact that the knock-on effects caused by the coronavirus pandemic are still present, albeit hopefully diminishing during the coming new school year. There will, for example, continue be a variety of ways of teachers working together, including online collaboration.

All the CPD is fully funded by Maths Hubs. In some cases, there is extra financial support to subsidise teachers’ time out of class. In most cases, participating in a project will involve joining a small group of teachers in a local Work Group, led by an expert in maths-specific professional development. The Work Group meets and collaborates regularly—often online- over the course of a term or a year. This distinguishes the experience significantly from the CPD model of attending a one-off workshop or conference.

As before, this year, the majority of openings for schools centre on teaching for mastery, helping teachers and schools introduce and embed mastery approaches in maths classrooms and all planning activity. There are also complementary projects looking at GCSE, Core Maths, A level Maths, and how ITT providers can support those training to teach maths.

New opportunities this year include:

To see all the projects available and discuss options with your colleagues, visit What Maths Hubs are doing.

To sign up to one of these opportunities, contact your local Maths Hub.

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