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Welcome to the NCETM in 2023/24

Whether you’re a new teacher, or coming back to begin another year, we are here to support you with all your maths CPD this year and beyond

Welcome to the NCETM in 2023/24
  • Published: 01/09/2023

We hope you’ve had a great summer, and are looking forward to all that your teaching has in store this academic year. 

We're here to support you with a wealth of resources, professional development, and up-to-date information from the world of maths teaching.

If you’re new to us, try our About the NCETM and Mythbusting pages to get a feel for who we are and what we do.

All our resources can be accessed from In the classroom, but if you want to know where to start, visit the page for the phase you teach: Early Years, primary, secondary or post-16.

Have you listened to our podcast yet? There are almost 80 episodes, featuring discussions about maths teaching in all phases. At around 20 minutes per episode, you are bound to find something useful for your commute.

If you prefer to read about all things maths teaching, visit our News & Features page. You’ll find articles, explainers, blog posts and more.

As well as everything on our website, we are on social media. Follow us for regular updates, and to be the first to hear about our resources, on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube, and don't forget to subscribe to our regular mailings - you can do this at the bottom of any page on our website.

You’re probably already accessing free professional development from your local Maths Hub, but if not, find your hub and see what they can offer you and your school this year.

And finally, if you’ve got any questions or want to know more, simply send us an email. We love hearing from you!

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