Strategic Partners

Strategic members commit to the vision of our Maths Hub by providing:

  • capacity and credibility to enable us collectively to identify and respond to regional needs and priorities
  • strategic leadership that focuses on pupils’ mathematical skills and achievement
  • quality support for teachers and mathematics leaders to ensure that this focus brings significant impact across their schools
  • a focus on the essential practices that support the improvement of mathematics education
  • a lead on national innovation and collaboration projects
  • access to broad networks beyond each of our own individual networks such that every school in our region can access all that our maths hub offers
  • a research engaged and research informed approach to mathematics education
  • quality assurance and evaluation of the impact of all our maths hub activities

Whilst Maths Hubs have no real boundaries, we aim to cover Nottingham City, Nottinghamshire, Derby City, and Derbyshire. Given that many of our strategic members have mathematics related networks and activities beyond these regions we will also reach into Lincolnshire who, at present, do not have a Maths Hub.

Our strategic partners are:















21/09/18

Book now for our fantastic Primary Maths Subject Leaders network meetings-goo.gl/forms/ZfHC8YiT… pic.twitter.com/8A0Rx0SS50

20/09/18

Bookings are open for our popular Primary Maths SKE work group - Teaching Maths for Conceputal Understanding. Place… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

20/09/18

Come along to find out more about the mastery journey at our Mastery for Heads by Heads event on 15/10/2018… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

19/09/18

Our popular mastery professional development resources for primary teachers have now been enhanced for number, addition and subt…

19/09/18

Resources are arriving thick and fast for our upcoming #EarlyYears Pattern work group @EarlyYearsMaths .. more info… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

19/09/18

In a new NCETM podcast, the three main exam boards in England give their verdict on how students performed in last summer’s GCSE…

04/09/18

Do you have experience of evaluating education projects - particularly in maths teacher professional development? We're looking…

04/09/18

Wednesday 5th September - All students start back to school. It is a Week 1. Y7 begin at normal time, meet Learning Ma…

04/09/18

Our mastery professional development materials for primary teachers are now complete for number, addition and subtraction in Y1-…

04/09/18

Have you seen our #Numberblocks support materials? They're designed to develop, reinforce and embed the concepts in ways appropr…

04/09/18

We have made some minor changes to our Primary SOL for 2018/19. No change to order or timings just a few updated questi…

16/08/18

Best of luck to all students receiveng their #Alevel results today from us here @EM_MathsHub ! #alevelresultsday2018

13/08/18

Is it your dream to be the Head teacher of a brand new school? An opportunity to recruit your staff to deliver a visio…

13/08/18

We're looking for people with experience of evaluating education projects - particularly those in maths teacher professional dev…

02/08/18

Today's video showing schools embedding key features of teaching for mastery is a Year 6 lesson on line graphs https://t.co/hzEs…

31/07/18

Fab news @NicolWinfield - one of our fantastic #mastery specialists! @NCETM @MathsHubs twitter.com/shinetrustuk/s…

31/07/18

Nicol is a Mastery Specialist trained by the @NCETM and working with @EM_MathsHub . twitter.com/shinetrustuk/s…

25/07/18

NCETM Podcasts from 2017-18: Shanghai style lesson observation ncetm.org.uk/resources/51441 #themathspodcast pic.twitter.com/MKQ69hIKz2

20/07/18

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