Cambridge Maths Hub

cmh logo inspiring teachers 1 mainThe Cambridge Maths Hub, led by Comberton Village College, offers a wide range of Maths CPD opportunities for schools. In addition to this, it has established a number of working groups, collaborating with a wide range of schools and other strategic partners, to support the learning of mathematics across Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and North Essex.

The Cambridge Maths Hub offers FREE CPD for Maths teachers. Currently the DfE fund the Hub in order to promote improved teaching of Mathematics. This situation is unlikely to last forever and we would like to encourage you to take advantage of it.

Visit the Cambridge Maths Hub website for full details of how your school can get involved and the range of CPD available. To discuss how your school can get involved with the Cambridge Maths Hub, contact Maths Hub Lead, Cordelia Myers or the Maths Hub Administrator. 

Latest Cambridge Maths Hub CPD Opportunities:

KS2 to KS3 transition: Work group aimed at interpreting data : “How your new Year 7s will look different in September and how you’ll know”.

Led  by: James Freeman: Head of Maths, Comberton Village college; Anna Hayesmore: Deputy Head, Coton C of E Primary 

Date: 15th July ; Time: 2 pm - 4:30 pm

Venue: Cambourne Village College, Sheepfold Ln, Cambourne, Cambridge CB23 6EF

Knowledge Quartet: This work group comprises of three sessions on the following dates: 22nd Sep, 20th Oct, 24th Nov 2016. There will also be gap tasks.

 Time:  4 pm—5:45 pm; Venue: University of Cambridge Primary School

Mastery Conference with Debbie Morgan: Sessions led by Debbie Morgan and work shops focusing on Mastery pedagogy led by Mastery trained teachers

Speaker: Debbie Morgan, Director for Primary Mathematics at the NCETM

Date: 10th Oct 2016; Venue: C3 centre, Cambridge, CB1 3HR

To enrol on either programme contact admin@cambridgemathshub.org

The Cambridge Maths Hub focus areas:

Our focus areas:

The Cambridge Maths Hub aims to support the learning of mathematics by assisting schools and teachers in:

  • improving maths achievement at all levels
  • improving participation rates in mathematics at all levels
  • improving students’ problem solving ability
  • developing students’ fluency hand in hand with conceptual understanding
  • improving the recruitment and retention of maths specialist teachers in the area

The Hub works with a variety of schools, individuals and organisations. We are always keen to expand our network so please do get in touch to find out more.