Professional Development

Discover ways to develop your practice and pedagogy, and that of your school or department

What we mean by professional development

When we talk about teacher and school professional development or CPD, we mean the ongoing activities that teachers undertake both to develop their classroom practice and to improve maths teaching in a department or school. Whether CPD is individual or collaborative, the ultimate wider objective, of course, is school-wide, lasting improvements to pupil learning.

We believe this process is more likely be successful if the professional development experience involves teachers working with peers in other schools as well as their own, led by someone with expertise in a particular field. All the CPD offered by the Maths Hubs takes the form of one of three types of professional development.

CPD Opportunities

Work Groups

Discover what is involved in a Work Group, and why it leads to lasting improvements

Maths Hubs Projects

Each year, more than thirty different projects are available through your local Maths Hub

LLME

Learn how local leaders of maths education lead the work of Maths Hubs

School leaders

Are you a headteacher or school leader wanting to know more about the free professional development offered by the NCETM and your local Maths Hub? Discover what teaching for mastery means, and the professional development available so your school can begin its mastery journey.

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