Leading improvement in maths education across England
The Maths Hubs Programme, coordinated by the NCETM, brings together mathematics education professionals in a collaborative national network of 40 hubs, each locally led by an outstanding school or college, to develop and spread excellent practice, for the benefit of all pupils and students.
As we hear of events and opportunities we will post them onto our news and events page. You can also visit the Maths Hub websites by following the links below.
Our regional Maths Hubs are:
The Solent Maths Hub aims to provide all schools across the region with the opportunity to implement and engage with a Teaching for Mastery approach within their school. They are focussed on the use of research, building learning organisations and creating a passion for mathematics in teachers and children.
The Solent Maths Hub is one of 40 Maths Hubs in England, working together within the Maths Hubs Programme, which began in 2014. Maths Hubs harness all maths leadership and expertise within an area to develop and spread excellent practice.
The hub would like to work with all the schools in their region and would be delighted if you would like to become involved.
Hub Administrator - Amanda Ponsford; Telephone: 07783425301; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
North-East Hants and Surrey Maths Hub is led by St John the Baptist School, Woking and runs a large programme of work groups and events throughout the year with the aim of improving Maths teaching, leadership and professional learning practice to transform Maths education.
Watch a short film about the work of this Maths Hubs here.
Find out more about the hub.
What is a Maths Hub?
Each Maths Hub is made up of a partnership of schools, colleges and other organisations working together to provide support for maths teaching in a particular region of England.
A hub’s work takes many forms and includes face-to-face CPD and online support. Every hub runs several projects each year which enable teachers and teaching assistants to work collaboratively with the support of local leaders of maths education (LLMEs).
Where are the Maths Hubs?
The 40 Maths Hubs serve the whole of England. Each Maths Hub is open to working with any state-funded schools and colleges, from Early Years providers to post-16 institutions, in the geographical area that it covers.
What opportunities does a Maths Hub provide?
All hubs encourage schools in the areas they serve to get in touch to find out more about the CPD and other activities they offer. Each year, there are projects that are available nationwide through Work Groups in every hub. Some Work Groups are unique to particular hubs.
Hubs also run conferences, exchanges, network meetings and other opportunities for professional collaboration.