We have a number of projects available to get involved with in 2021-22 from Early Years through to Post 16.

 

Click the button to find out about our fully funded offer and pathways for teachers at all phases. 

What is the hub doing?

The majority of the work we do is through nationally coordinated projects being run by the Maths Hub network. Each Maths Hub puts together its own programme of Work Groups to run locally based on the national set of projects. These Work Groups are a series of nationally co-ordinated professional development projects for anyone involved in the teaching of maths, delivered locally and led by an expert, in which participants contribute to and learn from the national project.

The Work Group is the model of professional and school development used in most Maths Hubs projects.

A Work Group is:

  • Comprised of a group of schools who work on something together, normally over the large part of a school year, typically with one or two teachers from each school acting as lead participants
  • Led by a teacher or former teacher, expert both in the area of maths education in question and in leading teacher professional development
  • Normally part of a national collaborative project, which supports the Work Group Leads and seeks to ensure lessons are learned from around the country.
Schools in every Work Group:

  • Work towards outcomes linked to teachers’ professional learning, their practice development, the learning of the pupils they teach, and new approaches and policies in maths teaching across their school or department
  • Maintain a focus on the classroom, often planning, observing and refining lessons together
  • Evaluate the outcomes of the Work Group’s activity, with collated findings being fed into the national picture and used to inform future work.

In some teaching for mastery projects, the Work Group has previously also been referred to as a Teacher Research Group (TRG). The characteristics of a TRG are exactly the same as a Work Group.

As in previous years, schools and teachers can choose from several types of project. They all have a focus on collaborative, evidence-based professional development.

A detailed action plan is in place for each project which we are running. These can be found by following the link for each project on the relevant page.

How do I get Involved?

We recruit by advertising our offer through our monthly newsletter and our website. We will also target some Work Groups at a selection of schools depending on local or national priorities. To find out more and to express an interest click on a phase below.

Early Years

We offer projects that you can get involved in for our very youngest children.

Primary

This year we have a wide range of projects on offer for the primary phase.

Secondary

We have a range of collaborative projects that will be of interest to those involved
in secondary mathematics.

Post 16

Providing support to develop teaching and learning for post 16 students.

Latest news from CODE Maths Hub

CODE Catch-Up Christmas 2020

CODE Catch-Up Christmas 2020

All of us here at CODE hope that you had as good a summer break as you could during these strange and challenging times. As we start the new academic year we continue to be as passionate as ever about supporting mathematics for young people in our area. We’ve modified some of our planned activity which will mean that initially a lot of our work will take place online. We hope, if the situation surrounding COVID allows, that we will be able to resume face-to-face sessions late in the Spring or Summer term.

CODE Catch-Up Autumn 2020

CODE Catch-Up Autumn 2020

All of us here at CODE hope that you had as good a summer break as you could during these strange and challenging times. As we start the new academic year we continue to be as passionate as ever about supporting mathematics for young people in our area. We’ve modified some of our planned activity which will mean that initially a lot of our work will take place online. We hope, if the situation surrounding COVID allows, that we will be able to resume face-to-face sessions late in the Spring or Summer term.

CODE Catch-Up Summer 2020

CODE Catch-Up Summer 2020

Wow – what a strange and busy year it has been! So much has happened which we couldn’t have anticipated and during these exceptionally challenging circumstances some of our activity has inevitably had to be changed and adapted. Having said this, it is testament to everyone involved in the CODE hub and their desire to improve teaching and learning in mathematics for all young people that we have continued to offer a programme of support and development. Thank you.