Discover fully funded subject-specific opportunities to support professional learning for teachers and development for departments and schools!
Secondary Teaching for Mastery - Development
Professional development to enable you to introduce teaching for mastery across your maths department. £2,000 funding available.Read More & Register
Secondary Teaching for Mastery - Embedding
Professional development to enable you to introduce teaching for mastery across your maths department.Read More & Register
Secondary Teaching for Mastery - Sustaining
A vibrant professional learning community to reflect upon and develop mastery approaches.Read More & Register
Secondary Subject Leadership
This vibrant leadership community offers focused support to secondary heads of department and subject leaders.Read More & Register
Secondary MAT Maths Leads
Professional development designed specifically for secondary Maths MAT Leads.Read More & Register
Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Mathematics - Secondary Teaching Assistants
Develop mathematical subject knowledge and understand the pedagogy that underpins the teaching of it.Read More & Register
Secondary Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Mathematics - Early Career Teachers
Develop mathematical subject knowledge and pedagogy.Read More & Register
Secondary Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Mathematics - (Non Specialists)
Highly-regarded professional development offering secondary non-specialist maths teachers valuable CPD focusing on subject knowledge and pedagogy.Read More & Register
Secondary Oracy Work Group
Join a group of secondary maths teachers as we explore how to transform our teaching through talk in the classroom.Read more and register!
Years 5-8 Continuity
Work Groups in this project aim to strengthen the transition from primary to secondary school by focusing on curriculum and pedagogical continuity over Years 5 to 8.Read more and register!
Secondary to Post 16 Transition
This is a three day Research and Innovation Work Group for A Level teachers who wish to work with colleagues from other schools and colleges in order to explore how to make the transition from GCSE to A Level mathematics more successful.Read More & Register