We are pleased to work alongside the Advanced Maths Support Programme (AMSP) in our offer for Post-16 professional development. All of our Post-16 CPD programmes are designed and delivered in collaboration with AMSP and aim to support schools in developing the work we do at Primary and Secondary all the way through to Level 3 provision.

Now Recruiting (for September 23) Secondary Maths Subject Leaders Community

Professional development designed specifically for secondary heads of maths

Who can take part? 

This project is designed for existing secondary heads of department/subject leaders. The project is open to heads of department in schools already involved with Maths Hubs, and to those whose schools are not yet involved. Prospective heads of department/subject leaders are not eligible to join this project.

What is Involved?

Participants and their schools are expected to commit to four days (or equivalent) of work. This will include hub-based meetings and workshops (which may be a mix of face-to-face and online), school-based tasks, and participation in online community. It is expected that activity associated with this project is sustained over the school year, across two terms at least. Participants should have several opportunities to meet, with school-based tasks to engage with between meetings. It is important to note that the success of this project will depend upon participants’ active engagement with departmental school-based tasks.

Much of the work will involve each individual department working on elements of their action plan and developing collaborative ways of working which support their continuing professional development. In addition, it will be important for all participants to benefit from the expertise and experiences of the group of departments represented. The focus will be on subject leaders supporting each other through the sharing of strategies and practice within the context of a vibrant professional learning community.

What is the cost?

The Secondary Subject Leadership Community is fully funded by the Maths Hubs Programme so is free to participating schools.

How to Apply?

Please fill in this Google Form to apply- NCP23-15 Secondary Maths Subject Leaders Community – Google Forms

Now Recruiting (for September 23) - Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Mathematics (Core Maths Teachers) Programme

We are running this in collaboration with North Mids and Peaks Maths Hub.

What Is Involved?
This programme supports teachers in developing specialist knowledge for teaching Core Maths and increases their confidence in teaching the course. The programme forms part of the overall Advanced Mathematics Support Programme (AMSP) and Maths Hubs Core Maths professional development offer.
The principal focus is on Core Maths subject knowledge and pedagogy, and the programme will be based on six key themes: using contextualised problem-solving; applying Fermi estimation and modelling; developing critical analysis; making sense of finance; using the pre-release materials; exploring statistics.

Who Can Take Part?
This programme is for teachers who are in their first two years of teaching Core Maths and are teaching a Core Maths class during the academic year 2023/24.

All sessions will be delivered online.


How to Apply?

Please apply here via North Mids – 23-22 New to Teaching Core Maths – 2023/24 (

Fully Booked - Developing A Level Pedagogy

Develop improved teaching approaches for A level Mathematics

Who can take part?

Participants should be existing leaders of A level teaching or experienced teachers of A level Mathematics who wish to lead the development of pedagogy with other colleagues in their own or other schools.

This project would be particularly useful to those who may have already completed other (AMSP) A level courses such as Teaching A level Mathematics (TAM) or Preparing to Teach A level Mathematics.

What is involved?

These Work Groups support experienced A level teachers to not only further develop their expertise but provide a model to support departmental change. The content of individual Work Groups will be flexible to meet the needs of participants, but will be broadly linked to the Overarching Themes of the A level qualification: problem solving and mathematical thinking; mathematical modelling and representations; proof, reasoning and mathematical communication.

The project involves a direct working partnership between the Maths Hubs Network and the Advanced Mathematics Support Programme (AMSP).

What is the cost?

The Developing A Level Pedagogy project is fully funded by the Maths Hubs Programme and the AMSP so is free to participating schools/colleges.

How to Apply?

Now fully booked for 2023/24.