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There are so many professional development opportunities for secondary maths teachers and senior leaders with the Maths Hub

NB: In 2021-22 we hope to have a blended approach to our Work Groups (mix of face-to-face and online).  We will of course be following national guidelines. 

Click here to see the 2021-22 offer.



  • Teaching for Mastery Programme – this is led by 9 Primary Mastery Specialists across our 6 boroughs.  There is a journey that your school would take from Developing to Embedding and then to Sustaining this approach.  The programme is completely FREE and your school does get some funding to contribute to release time.  Please also have a look on the NCETM website for more details or get in touch with us directly.
  • Y7-Y11 Coherence – This project focuses on participant teachers working together to analyse, deconstruct and trace through the curriculum a selected key topic area, developing insight into effective teaching approaches, and considering the implications for longer term curriculum design. The project was previously known as Challenging Topics at GCSE, but its name has been amended to more accurately reflect the work undertaken as well as to convey the importance of curriculum coherence.
  • Mathematical Thinking at GCSE -This is for secondary maths teachers looking for practical and theoretical elements to address their students’ GCSE attainment.
  • Y5-Y8 Continuity – Central to the Work Group is the promotion of cross phase communication between teachers to address issues of maths knowledge and learning transition as distinct from pastoral considerations. Whilst many Work Groups will focus on using Multiplicative Reasoning resources, Work Groups can explore any aspect of the KS2/3 curriculum
  • Train to be a PD Lead (specialising in Secondary or A Level ) and work with us in the future to lead some of our Work Groups!
  • Train to be a  Secondary Mastery Specialist
  • Specialist Knowledge for the Teaching of Mathematics  – visit the link to see projects for Early Career Teachers and Non-Specialists