MATHS HUB NORTH WEST ONE
Supported by Park Road Sale Primary School Elmridge is a key strategic partner of Maths Hub North West One led by Altrincham Grammar School for Girls (AGGS) Teaching School Alliance, Alliance for Learning.
The Maths Hub programme is funded by the Department for Education (DfE) and coordinated by the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics (NCETM) in order to improve the quality of learning and teaching for our children and supporting colleagues to achieve and deliver a high quality mathematical experience for all phases in our children’s maths learning journey.
NW1 offer a wide range of high quality professional development opportunities and are involved in a plethora of maths projects which draw upon the latest teaching strategies from around the world to ensure that the UK has the teaching styles required to compete on the global stage. As a hub, we collaborate with a wide range of enthusiastic, talented and dedicated maths teachers and strategic partners, and we are confident that together, we will achieve our fundamental ambition to raise standards in mathematics and inspire a passion and love of this subject in children and young people.
The Maths Hubs programme for the first time brings together all mathematics education professionals in a national network of hubs, each locally led by an outstanding school or college, and in partnership with neighbouring schools, colleges, universities, CPD providers, maths experts and employers. This is a new way of harnessing all maths teaching expertise within an area, to spread excellent practice even more widely, for the benefit of all pupils and students.
The work of Maths Hubs falls into two broad categories:
- National Collaborative Projects, where all hubs work in a common way to address a programme priority area
- Local projects, where hubs work independently on locally tailored projects to address the programme priorities.
The national dimension of the programme is made possible by the hubs collaborating as a national group, pooling experience, expertise and ideas as a network, and meeting once a term at the National Maths Hubs Forum. This is a new way of fast-tracking current, school-based practice and research to an environment where national policy objectives can be explored and new ideas formulated.
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