NCETM Teaching for Mastery Workgroup - Applications for 2019/20 now open!

To be completed by: Fri 22 Mar 2019

Time: -Fri 22 Mar 2019 | Venue:

Are you looking to develop maths in your school so that your children think more deeply about maths and have a more secure understanding? Do you want to access DfE funding for this? The application window for the 2019/20 Teaching for Mastery Programme is now open with a deadline of 22nd March.

Are you a headteacher considering adopting teaching for mastery in maths in your school? Or a primary teacher interested in developing confident mathematicians in your class? Do you want to take part in high-quality, collaborative CPD which benefits you and your school?


Our recruitment is now open for the NCETM Teaching for Mastery Programme.


What does the opportunity involve?

Two teachers from each participating school join a Work Group which is led by a trained primary Mastery Specialist. Work Groups meet regularly to plan, observe and discuss teaching for mastery. In between meetings, teachers explore mastery approaches in their own classrooms and across their school. 


There is no charge for participation in the programme and schools receive £1000 as a contribution to cover costs. They are also eligible to claim Financial help towards the cost of buying maths textbooks.


If you would like to apply please click here to access the application form and return to by the application deadline:  22nd March 2019


Here is a link to a video explaining the programme and I have attached a flyer with additional information for your reference.

Teaching for Mastery in Maths: Opportunities for Primary Schools 2019/20 - NCETM - National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics

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The 35 Maths Hubs across England (co-ordinated by NCETM) are seeking to recruit primary schools to take part in a year-long programme of professional development designed to support schools in implementing a teaching for mastery approach.


Published: 24/01/2019
Audience: Primary school headteachers and maths subject leads
Contact: James Procter

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