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The National Maths Hubs programme brings together mathematics education professionals in a collaborative national network of 35 hubs, each locally led by an outstanding school or college.

It is a new way of harnessing all maths leadership and expertise within an area, to develop and spread excellent practice, for the benefit of all pupils and students.

For our Elements of Mastery Page click here.

More Primary Schools Required to join Teaching for Mastery Programme

The NCETM has announced details of the next round of recruitment of primary schools to join the funded Teaching for Mastery Programme, run by Maths Hubs across England. This year, a total of 1700 primary schools are sought. Each Maths Hub is looking for around 50 schools, for a year-long programme of professional development, led by trained Mastery Specialists: school-based teachers who have already successfully developed teaching for mastery in their own schools, and who have been trained to support other schools in implementing the same approaches.

During the academic year starting in September this year, each school will belong to a Maths Hub Work Group, consisting of six or seven primary schools, and led by a Mastery Specialist from a nearby school. As well as receiving this free training, the recruited schools will receive a small grant towards paying for teachers to be released, and, in addition, they will be eligible to claim match-funding towards the cost of buying textbooks. They will follow in the footsteps of more than 800 schools who are receiving the same training this year

Information and details of how to apply to take part in this valuable collaborative school development opportunity can be found here.  Schools must return applications to their local Maths Hub by 16 June 2017.

Kent and Medway Maths Hub are running two Headteacher briefings prior to the submission deadline:

Tuesday 23 May 4pm-5pm Highworth Grammar School, Ashford, TN24 8UD

Wednesday 7 June 4pm-5pm Sir Joseph Williamson’s Mathematical School Rochester, ME1 3EL

please contact Sarah Rose (srose@sjwms.co.uk) to book a place.


Kent and Medway Maths Teacher Meets

Open to everyone who teaches Maths in a Secondary setting, experienced leaders to new teachers.
Please bring along resources or ideas that are working particularly well in your school to share with the group. If you don’t have anything to share at the meeting, please still come along –everyone is welcome. For more found here.



Greenwich Maths Time 

Greenwich Maths Time, the IMA Festival of Mathematics and its Applications, will take place at the University of Greenwich on Tuesday 27 and Wednesday 28 June, 2017.  The event is supported by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, the University of Greenwich, the Further Mathematics Support Programme, the OR Society, the London South East and Kent and Medway Maths Hubs, and FDM, and will feature leading mathematicians and mathematics communicators talking about their work and the wonderful world of mathematics. To find out more click here.



Maths Hub Secondary Conference

Following the first cohort through the new GCSE and start new Alevels, 2017-18 will be a big year for Mathematics. Why not start the year sharing the workload and ideas at our Secondary Conference.

Hear about new Alevel support, feedback from new GCSE, reasoning and problem solving, Core Maths plus much more!

Save The Date!

Tuesday 3rd October 2017
Kent Show Ground, Detling.



Greenwich Maths TimeGreenwich Maths Time, the IMA Festival of Mathematics and its Applications, will take place at the University of Greenwich on Tuesday 27 and Wednesday 28 June, 2017.  The event is supported by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, the University of Greenwich, the Further Mathematics Support Programme, the OR Society, the London South East and Kent and Medway Maths Hubs, and FDM, and will feature leading mathematicians and mathematics communicators talking about their work and the wonderful world of mathematics.  See the EVENTS link in the menu to the right for details of the Festival workshops, activities and exhibition. 


Recent Kent and Medway Announcements

  • NRich Newsletter June 2017 https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=NRICH-SUPPORT;66240d31.1705p
    Posted by Justin Dodd
  • LNE Maths Hub Secondary Conference – Engaging with the new Maths GCSE curriculumUntitled Post Engaging with the new Maths GCSE curriculum   The London North East Maths Hub is delighted to be hosting its first Secondary Conference. The Conference will be an ideal place for ...
    Posted May 19, 2017, 2:01 AM by Sarah Rose
  • FMSP - An Introduction to STEP Mathematics A one day course focusing on the development of a problem-solving mindset and strategies for preparing students for the STEP examinations.The aim of the course is to offer ...
    Posted May 12, 2017, 6:18 AM by Sarah Rose
  • Maths Teacher Meet - Eat Cake and Talk Pi Wednesday 14th June 4-6pm, Spires Academy, CanterburyThursday 15th June 4-6pm, Dartford Technology College, DartfordWednesday 21st June 4-6pm, Highworth Grammar School, AshfordThursday 22nd June 4 ...
    Posted May 19, 2017, 2:38 AM by Sarah Rose
  • KCC Primary Maths Conference 29th June 2017 See attached details for the KCC Primary Maths Conference on 29th June 2017 at the Ashford International Hotel.
    Posted May 11, 2017, 6:29 AM by Justin Dodd
  • KCC Competition - Where is the Maths? See attached flyer for details.All entries must be received by Tuesday 6th June to EKSchImprv@kent.gov.uk.All entries will receive a certificate and the wining entries (1 ...
    Posted May 10, 2017, 1:55 AM by Sarah Rose
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