About Us

Every Child a Mathematician

At East Midlands West Maths Hub our vision is to support the transformation of mathematics education in our region so that all of our children are excited about and committed to becoming mathematicians; contributing to their own, as well as regional and national prosperity.  We will support our learning community (parents, pupils, teachers, support professionals, and leaders) to make this a sustainable reality.

Our Maths Hub is led by a Strategic Board supported by four maths leads. Each maths lead is an expert in their field and lead group members to ensure we have the capacity and credibility to turn our vision into reality.

East Midlands West Maths Hub was successfully launched in November 2014 with an innovative and varied programme of workshops and events for foundation, primary and secondary maths teachers, FE lecturers and curriculum leaders. To date, our workshops and professional network events have proved to be a valuable and welcome addition to teachers’ personal development plans and have had an immediate and positive impact on their teaching practice.

We are totally inclusive and our Maths Hub is open and accessible to all educational establishments, irrespective of phase, alliance or other networks.  There is no charge to join our Maths Hub.

We are excited to continue to work with our established partners and those who join us in the future.

 

Meet the Team

Ryan Metters EM West Maths Hub Senior Lead

Claire Lloyd Maths Hub Coordinator

Cath Gripton Early Years Maths Lead

Tom Isherwood Primary Maths Lead

Elizabeth Attwood Secondary Maths Lead

Dr. Tom Bennison Level 3 Maths Lead


20/07/18

Get accredited! Opportunities for accreditation as an NCETM Professional Development Lead – apply by 31 July https://t.co/VGqQ5W…

17/07/18

Email down at present at EMW MathsHub so please bear with us. You can still contact us by phone!

17/07/18

Looking forward to welcoming colleagues to our Secondary Local Leaders in Maths Education meeting this morning @George_Spencer

10/07/18

Great opportunity available for those with previous experience of leading maths specific professional development... twitter.com/NCETM/status/1…

10/07/18

Our Secondary Teaching for Mastery work group meeting is underway! Lots of ideas and interesting discussion! #MasteryMaths

09/07/18

Mrs Tonks and Mr Horsley are in Birmingham for the @NCETM Primary Mastery Specialist Programme (Cohort 4) launch event…

06/07/18
06/07/18

In our latest Secondary Magazine we look ahead to 2018-19 and the direction your professional development might take, and visit…

05/07/18

In our new Secondary Magazine we look ahead to professional development in 2018-19, and visit a secondary school about to take u…

04/07/18

We are glad you enjoyed @MrCoddMaths, great to see so many colleagues! twitter.com/MrCoddMaths/st…

03/07/18

Thanks to all those who have attended and our speakers today! @MinsterMathsHub twitter.com/MinsterMathsHu…

03/07/18

Loved hearing Lorraine @LolTonks talk passionately about #mathsmastery in her school @ChetwyndPrimary twitter.com/DrBennison/sta…

03/07/18

Chetwynd Primary telling us all about their mastery journey.@EM_MathsHub @ChetwyndPrimary @LolTonks https://t.co/X3K8C…

03/07/18

Listening to @sfsmtweets discuss their mastery journey at the @EM_MathsHub and @MinsterMathsHub Secondary conference. https…

03/07/18

And now over to our Primary colleagues...@EM_MathsHub @sfsmtweets @martinjkyle pic.twitter.com/uW2a8MJYGa

03/07/18

Have you seen our expanding suite of materials (ncetm.org.uk/masterypd) for primary teachers to support mastery professional de…

03/07/18

And the workshops begin ........@EM_MathsHub pic.twitter.com/oRQxa6NHp7

03/07/18

NEW NCETM podcast: what works and why for teachers' professional development? ncetm.org.uk/resources/52260 #themathspodcast https://…

03/07/18

Looking forward to speaking about #CoreMaths at the @MinsterMathsHub and @EM_MathsHub secondary maths conference today. http…

03/07/18

And now it’s Carol Knights talking about Lessons Learned @EM_MathsHub pic.twitter.com/y8uj2XfLGh