The NCETM, via local Maths Hubs, run a variety of programmes designed to develop teachers as experts in teaching for mastery and the leadership of professional development in order to lead change in their own school, academy chain or locality. The programmes are:
What do the programmes involve?
All the programmes are designed to develop teachers as local leaders of mathematics education (LLME), who lead various strands of activity of their Maths Hub at a local level.
The Primary Mastery Specialist Programme is now in its ninth year, and the Secondary Mastery Specialist Programme is in its eighth year.
The programme to develop Further Education Mastery Specialists is new in 2023; more information about it is available in the recent news item, Mastery Specialists in GCSE Resit and Functional Skills.
All Mastery Specialists are classroom-based practitioners who develop teaching for mastery in their own classrooms, and go on to lead Work Groups to support other schools or colleges and their teachers locally.
Professional Development Leads and School Development Leads are expert teachers of maths who have responsibility for maths-specific professional development beyond their own school.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN ANY OF OUR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES, AND WISH TO DISCUSS THEM FURTHER, PLEASE COMPLETE CONTACT FORM AND A MEMBER OF OUR LEADERSHIP WILL BE HAPPY TO GET IN TOUCH.
How can you apply?
As applications are now closed for 2023/4 academic year – please complete this expression of interest for 24/25 and we will be in touch in Spring 2024 with further information on how to apply.