For both Primary & Secondary Schools

Training & Professional Development

During 2019/2020, we will be running training in the following areas:

Teacher Subject Specialism Training (Maths)

The DfE funded Teacher Subject Specialism Training (TSST) programme provides free, high quality Professional Development, along with funding towards cover and travel costs. The course is aimed at Secondary and FE teachers in numerate disciplines who are intending to teach some maths or return to teach maths and would like to refresh their subject knowledge. For state school teachers this course is free of charge. On successful completion of the course, participants will be eligible for a bursary towards cover and travel costs.

The programme consists of eight face-to-face twilight pedagogy sessions which run alongside an e-learning and online assessment facility from the CIMT at Plymouth University.

During 2019/2020, we are pleased to be running both Secondary and Core Maths TSST programmes in two locations – York and Scarborough. Dates will be announced shortly.

TSST 2019/2020


NCETM Accredited PD Lead Programmes (all phases)

The NCETM and the Maths Hubs Network aim to provide the opportunity for all teachers of maths to benefit from high quality, collaborative professional development. This means that there needs to be enough people with the skills and capacity to lead, facilitate and support the professional development of others both within and across schools.

The NCETM Accredited Professional Development Lead Programme is designed specifically to increase the number of such people and is part of the Maths Hubs Network’s strategy to build up a group of Professional Development Leads who can support the work of hubs. Maths Hubs are now recruiting teachers to join these programmes in 2019/20 and will sponsor applicants with a payment of £800 for four days of release time.

Further details and an application form are below – the closing date for applications is Monday 1st July.

PD Lead Information & Application Form




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