Key organisations in maths teaching that we work with

The NCETM works with a number of key organisations in maths teaching. We all aim to support maths teaching to promote enjoyment of maths for staff and pupils across England. The list below details associations and organisations that may be of interest to maths teachers.

Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI)

MEI is a maths education charity. It develops maths curricula, provides professional development and resources, and delivers student tuition and enrichment. MEI manages the AMSP and is involved in the leadership and management of the NCETM.

Advanced Mathematics Support Programme (AMSP)

The AMSP is government-funded and managed by MEI. It aims to increase participation in Core Maths, AS/A level Maths and Further Maths, and improve the teaching of these qualifications.

Association of Mathematics Education Teachers

AMET represents the maths teacher trainers in Higher Education and is represented on the Joint Mathematical Council.

Association of Teachers of Mathematics

Membership of ATM is open to anyone with an interest in learning about and teaching maths. It supports teachers in exploring strategies which help learners enjoy and discover more about maths.

Mathematical Association

The MA exists to bring about improvements in the teaching of maths and its applications, and to provide a means of communication among students and teachers of maths.

National Association of Mathematics Advisers

NAMA is a professional association open to all seeking to improve maths education beyond their own organisation. Its members include advisers, consultants, lecturers, researchers and inspectors.

National Association for Numeracy and Mathematics in Colleges

NANAMIC provides professional development for numeracy and maths teachers, and is a voice for the post-16 learning and skills sector.

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