Professional development designed specifically for secondary heads of maths.
What is involved?
This project provides an opportunity for participants to deepen their understanding of teaching approaches, of their wider roles, and of their capacity with their colleagues to transform secondary maths learning.
Participants will support each other through the sharing of leadership strategies and practices. A vibrant professional learning community will be created through peer-to-peer discussions, expert input and engaging with research. This experience will enable participants to inform their work in leading and developing maths education in school.
Who can take part?
The project is for secondary heads of department/subject leaders, and is open to heads of department in schools already involved with Maths Hubs and to those who are not yet involved. In their first year of engagement with the project (‘Year 1 Community’), participants will be part of a Work Group. In subsequent years (‘Year 2+ Community’) they will be part of the Maths Hub-led subject leadership community.
- You will promote and develop a shared vision, culture and set of principles for teaching and learning in maths.
- You will ensure coherence in the curriculum and provide support for teaching for mastery across the department.
- You and your department will establish collaborative ways of working to support ongoing developments.
- You will develop in your ability to lead change.
What is the cost?
The Communities are fully funded by the Maths Hubs Programme, so are free to participating schools.
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