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Working with local schools and specialists

Secondary Teaching for Mastery: Development

Secondary schools and maths departments that want to introduce and develop teaching for mastery can join the Work Group and should nominate two teachers as Mastery Advocates.

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Secondary Teaching for Mastery: Development
Secondary Teaching for Mastery: Development

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Apply to the 2023/24 Programme

Working with local schools and specialists

About the Event

Heard about teaching for mastery? Interested in high quality professional development?

Who can take part?

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, available in 2022/23.


Secondary maths teachers whose schools want to introduce teaching for mastery can nominate two teachers (‘Mastery Advocates’) to join a Work Group. Mastery Advocates then form part of a locally-based group of teachers who meet regularly to develop professional knowledge and expertise, and receive bespoke support.

In a Teaching for Mastery Work Group, teachers collaborate with colleagues from local schools, and get support and guidance from a Local Leader of Maths Education (LLME). Participants also take away ideas to help students become more confident mathematicians, ready to tackle GCSEs and A levels, and begin to introduce and embed teaching for mastery.

What are the Costs?

There is no charge to participating schools to take part in this Work Group. The Maths Hub meets the cost of running the Work Group. Each participating school will receive £2000 to enable the Mastery Advocates to work with the Secondary Mastery Specialist and thus enable them to work within their own department.

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