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You can find your local Maths Hub on our Find your hub page. This allows you to see the regions and local authorities covered by the 40 hubs across England, and to find out which hub serves your school. You can also search using your school’s name, postcode or URN (unique reference number).
If you can’t find your local hub using your school’s name in the search tool, try using the school’s postcode (including the space) or URN. Remember that only state-funded schools in England can work with their local Maths Hub.
The Maths Hubs website used to be separate from the NCETM website, but now everything you need can be found in one place. Information that was at mathshubs.org.uk can now be found in the Maths Hubs section of this website.
We offer three newsletters: the National newsletter, the Primary Round-up and the Secondary Round-up. Go to the bottom of any web page on this site, enter your email address, select the newsletter(s) you would like to receive, and simply wait for them to arrive in your inbox!
All our mailings include links at the bottom where you can update your preferences.
If you had an account on the previous NCETM website, we only hold the data you gave us when you created that account. If you subscribe to a newsletter, we hold your email address. The data you submitted when you created your account on our previous website will be held until … and then destroyed.
Not all of the content that was on the previous website has been transferred to the new website. We took on board user feedback to make the new website more streamlined and easier to use and navigate. We have kept up-to-date and popular content, and you will be able to find that on the new website. Try using the search function in the top right corner if you cannot find what you want by navigating from the main menu items.
This is no longer available on the website. You might like to try using the Mastery Professional Development Materials to assess your subject knowledge instead.
This page is no longer available on the website. However, you can find the same information on the NCETM’s Q&C Twitter account @NCETMQandC.
The NCETM website no longer lists specific CPD providers or events. However, a wide range of CPD activities are available through your local Maths Hub. Find your hub and visit its website to discover what is on offer.
If anything on the website isn’t quite right, please let us know. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with details of the page and what isn’t right, and we will try to fix it.
All communities that existed on the previous website have now been shut down. Discussions and documents in the communities are no longer available. See ‘I want to start/join an online community’ for details of an alternative to the NCETM communities.
There is no longer a requirement to log in to the NCETM website to access content. All content and resources are available to anyone visiting the website.
As the requirement to log in to the website has now gone, there is no longer a Personal Learning Space. Any information and resources you may have stored in the area previously have now been removed. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com.