Heard about teaching for mastery? Interested in high quality professional development?
2020-21 is full now, but for 2021-22, we will have opportunities available now for you and your department to get involved.
If you have any questions at all, please email email@example.com – we can then put you in touch with the Secondary Lead of the hub.
Whether you want to take a teaching for mastery approach in your own classroom and department, or introduce mastery in both your own school and beyond, we have a CPD opportunity for you. The NCETM and Maths Hubs are offering funded professional development activities.
If you want to work with a specialist – information below
Secondary maths teachers whose schools want to introduce and embed teaching for mastery can nominate two teachers (Mastery Advocates) to join a Work Group. You will be part of a locally-based group of teachers who meet regularly to develop professional knowledge and expertise, as well as receiving bespoke support.
In a Teaching for Mastery Work Group you will:
collaborate with colleagues from other local schools to share best practice
get individual school support and guidance from a local leader of maths education (LLME)
take away ideas to help your students become more confident mathematicians, ready to tackle GCSEs and A levels
introduce and embed teaching for mastery in your classroom and department
The fully funded programme enables you and another teacher from your school to become ‘Mastery Advocates’. Initially you will be part of a Work Group for a year. You will also get in-school support from a Mastery Specialist. Beyond this, you will continue to work with your local Maths Hub and take part in a Work Group as you embed mastery across your department.
This opportunity is suitable for all maths teachers, from NQTs to Heads of Department. It requires the support of your headteacher/a member of SLT.
Please follow this link and scroll down to find a video of teachers who have been involved!
If you want to be a Mastery Specialist yourself – information below in the picture. If you click the picture, you will find more information