Primary Mastery Specialist Programme
Click here to read a summary report of the development and impact of the NCETM/Maths Hubs Primary Teaching for Mastery Programme at the end of the 2018/19 academic year.
If you would like to speak to somebody, please contact Kirsty Pettinger (Primary Mastery Lead) by email at email@example.com
Teaching For Mastery Explained
Outstanding Schools, Ofsted And Mastery
Click here to read a recent case study of how a local Matrix Hub school has successfully embedded Mastery Teaching. Beth Goodliff, Communications Officer at the NCETM, highlights the benefits of the Mastery Programme through 3 outstanding schools involved in Primary Mastery. One of the schools, Windhill21 in Bishops Stortford, is part of the Matrix Hub programme and has benefitted from the support of a Primary Mastery Specialists based there.
PD Lead Materials
If you would like to find out more about Mastery and access professional development materials, please click the link below to access the NCETM website:
Video Guides on working with the materials can be accessed here.
An introduction to teaching for mastery
written by one of our Mastery Specialists Sarah-Jane Pyne, Windhill21
Mastery Readiness is a one year programme of workshops and school visits, designed for schools who haven’t yet accessed the Teaching for Mastery Programme. Teachers in participating schools receive bespoke support working towards an action plan drawn up by school leaders in conjunction with their Mastery Readiness Lead. Schools participating in the Mastery Readiness Programme will be given priority when applying to join a TRG (Mastery Work Group) in the following year. If you are interested in joining the Mastery Readiness Programme in 2019/2020, please contact Kirsty Pettinger (Primary Mastery Lead).
Primary teachers visit Shanghai on Exchange Programme 2019/20
Jon and Rachel flew to Shanghai on Saturday to start their 10 day exchange visit and here they are meeting their partner teachers before visiting their schools and observing Teaching for Mastery in action.
A Shanghai classroom, all classrooms have seating and a door at the back of the room so teachers can drop in and observe lessons without disturbing the class.
For the return leg, Shanghai teachers will be in South Green Primary in Billericay in March 2020. More details of the showcases where you can come and observe a lesson will follow here on our site in the New Year.
Primary Mastery Lead
Kirsty Pettinger: firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Primary Leads:
Zoe Akers: email@example.com
Sally Barker: firstname.lastname@example.org
Helen Mason-Smith: email@example.com
Lucy Froude: firstname.lastname@example.org