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New Assistant Maths Hub Lead (Primary) Vacancy

Solent Maths Hub is seeking a dynamic and dedicated Assistant Maths Hub Lead, with a passion for mathematics education and a commitment to excellence, to join our team. This pivotal role focuses on leadership, and development of the teaching for mastery approaches with a particular focus on developing the SEND provision within the Solent Maths Hub.

Applications Close on Friday 12th July

About Solent Maths Hub We are part of a nationwide network, supported by the Department for Education, committed to improving maths education for all students. Through collaboration and innovation, we strive to achieve excellence in maths teaching and learning, fostering a future where every student can succeed in mathematics.

Role Overview as a Primary Assistant Maths Hub Lead specialising in developing the teaching and learning of those with SEND, you will play a crucial role in shaping the future of maths education within our region. Your expertise will guide the strategic development and implementation of the mastery approach, creating a profound and lasting impact on teachers and learners alike.

This role would be for 0.5 days a week, with funding of £7,500 for the year.

This role would have a fixed term contract for one year.

Key responsibilities:

  • Leadership and Management: Contribute to the strategic planning and delivery of programmes within the hub’s area ensuring the provision for SEND is a focus.
  • Professional Development: Design and deliver high-quality professional development sessions for maths teachers and leaders, driving forward the mastery agenda and our ‘Spotlight on SEND’.
  • Collaboration and Support: Work closely with senior leadership teams, Work Group Leads, and other stakeholders to foster a collaborative approach to maths education improvement.
  • Innovation and Best Practices: Stay abreast of the latest research and developments in maths education, integrating innovative practices and resources into the programme.
  • Evaluation and Impact: Monitor and evaluate the impact of the mastery programme, contributing to the hub’s overall strategy and reporting on progress to key stakeholders.

What we are looking for:

  • A deep, subject-specific knowledge of mathematics education, particularly within the primary phase and within SEND settings.
  • Proven experience in leading successful educational initiatives and professional development in maths.
  • A strong understanding of the teaching for mastery approach and its application within the UK educational context and how it might be adapted within SEND settings.
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and leadership skills, with the ability to inspire and motivate others.
  • A commitment to continuous professional learning and development.
  • A strong communicator, capable of expressing ideas clearly and actively listening to others.
  • Highly organized, with a proven ability to manage multiple priorities in a fast-paced environment.
  • A team player, enthusiastic about collaborating with others to achieve common goals.

Benefits of joining Solent Maths Hub:

  • Be part of a visionary team leading the charge in transforming maths education.
  • Access to national training and development opportunities, expanding your professional network.
  • The chance to make a significant difference in the teaching and learning of mathematics across a wide area.

Apply Now

If you are passionate about making a real difference in maths education and meet the criteria above, we would love to hear from you. To apply, please complete the attached application form to . Solent Maths Hub is committed to equality and diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. Join us in our journey towards excellence in maths education for every student.