At the heart of Maths Hubs’ work is a range of projects and activities that collectively make up the Teaching for Mastery Programme, a four-year programme backed by £41m funding announced by the Department for Education in July 2016.
This is a voluntary programme in which primary teachers and schools receive training, support and resources to help them experience, experiment with, and implement teaching for mastery approaches in maths lessons, and to develop leadership and professional learning approaches that support teachers and pupils in this pursuit.
The diagram below diagram shows a school’s journey towards mastery. Use it to determine where your school’s journey starts. If your school is ready to start developing a teaching for mastery approach, you can join a Work Group starting in the new academic year.
During the 2020/21 school year, Maths Hubs across England will be working with thousands of primary schools to continue the spread of teaching for mastery across England.
The Teaching for Mastery Programme is a professional development opportunity designed to support teachers like you to develop best practice in maths in your school. It is suitable for schools interested in implementing a teaching for mastery approach to maths.
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