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  • SEND in Mainstream Schools (Southampton)

    Primary

    • • 27 February 2024
    • • 27 places remaining
    27 February 2024 - 27 February 2024
    09:30 - 14:30
    HISP Learning Partnership based at Tanners Brook Primary School Southampton
    £0.00

    Removing Barriers in Mathematics for Learners with SEND

    This Work Group aims to increase awareness of the needs of pupils with SEND, to include those with unidentified needs, through to those with EHCPs.  It is packed with lots of practical strategies for supporting engagement and enabling greater success in mathematics.

    Participants will have the opportunity to collaborate and share ideas and challenges throughout.  Ideas will be trialed back in school with particular learners in mind, leading to an evidence trail of how teaching has impacted on pupil progress.

    This Work Group is aimed at primary and secondary teachers, SENCOs and SLT  from mainstream schools.

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Non-Specialists)

    Secondary

    • • 29 February 2024
    • • 30 places remaining
    29 February 2024 - 29 February 2024
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online
    £0.00

    This programme is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM Teaching for Mastery principles and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system
    • Operating on number
    • Multiplicative reasoning
    • Sequences and graphs
    • Statistics and probability
    • Geometry.

    Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    This group is free for all teachers and school involved.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Primary ECTs)

    Primary

    • • 01 March 2024
    • • 30 places remaining
    01 March 2024 - 01 March 2024
    09:00 - 16:00
    HISP Learning Partnership based at Tanners Brook Primary School Southampton
    £0.00

    This project is new to the Maths Hub offer this year and is designed to support Early Career Teachers (teachers in their first two years of teaching) in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, thus enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom.  

    The aim of this community is to work deeply on one area of maths, drawing in the associated pedagogy, and will include lesson analysis and lesson design. 

    Participants will: 

    • plan and teach a carefully sequenced and coherent area of maths 

    • appreciate the key ideas underpinning the area of maths being taught 

    • understand key principles and approaches associated with teaching for mastery 

    • understand approaches to assess pupils’ prior learning, so that learning sequences take this into account 

    • make appropriate use of representations to expose the structure of the maths being taught. 

    • observe experienced teachers in Maths, analysing the pedagogy. 

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Teaching Assistants)

    Primary

    • • 01 March 2024
    • • 27 places remaining
    01 March 2024 - 01 March 2024
    09:30 - 14:30
    HISP Learning Partnership based at Tanners Brook Primary School Southampton
    £0.00

    The purpose of this project is to support primary teaching assistants (TAs) in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in the maths classroom.  These programmes are designed for primary teaching assistants who are supporting maths, and who would like to develop their specialist knowledge for teaching maths. This may be particularly relevant for new TAs or TAs that have not received maths-specific training.

  • SEND in Mainstream Schools (Portsmouth)

    Primary

    • • 04 March 2024
    • • 20 places remaining
    04 March 2024 - 04 March 2024
    09:30 - 14:30
    The Training and Learning Centre, The Portsmouth Academy, St Mary's Road, Portsmouth, PO1 5PF
    £0.00

    Removing Barriers in Mathematics for Learners with SEND

    This Work Group aims to increase awareness of the needs of pupils with SEND, to include those with unidentified needs, through to those with EHCPs.  It is packed with lots of practical strategies for supporting engagement and enabling greater success in mathematics.

    Participants will have the opportunity to collaborate and share ideas and challenges throughout.  Ideas will be trialed back in school with particular learners in mind, leading to an evidence trail of how teaching has impacted on pupil progress.

    This Work Group is aimed at primary and secondary teachers, SENCOs and SLT  from mainstream schools.

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Non-Specialists)

    Secondary

    • • 05 March 2024
    • • 30 places remaining
    05 March 2024 - 05 March 2024
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online
    £0.00

    This programme is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM Teaching for Mastery principles and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system
    • Operating on number
    • Multiplicative reasoning
    • Sequences and graphs
    • Statistics and probability
    • Geometry.

    Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    This group is free for all teachers and school involved.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.

  • Primary Subject Leadership

    Primary

    • • 06 March 2024
    • • 30 places remaining
    06 March 2024 - 06 March 2024
    09:00 - 12:00
    HISP Learning Partnership based at Tanners Brook Primary School Southampton
    £0.00

    This Work Group is aimed at those who are new to the role of Primary Maths Subject Leadership or new to Teaching for Mastery, and whose school is in the Sustaining phase of their Teaching for Mastery journey.

    Led by a Teaching for Mastery Specialist, participants will work collaboratively to develop themselves as agents for change to ensure fidelity to the principles of Teaching for Mastery and an effective and consistent whole-school approach.

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Primary Teachers)

    Primary

    • • 06 March 2024
    • • 27 places remaining
    06 March 2024 - 06 March 2024
    13:00 - 16:00
    HISP Learning Partnership based at Tanners Brook Primary School Southampton
    £0.00

    This project is designed to support primary teachers in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom.  It will be particularly relevant for teachers that have moved phases or teachers that have not received maths-specific training.  

    Teachers will enhance their mathematics subject knowledge with an emphasis on the key structures in each mathematical area covered which include: 

    • Understanding the key elements that form number sense, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of addition and subtraction, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of multiplication and division, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of fractions, including precise language, structures and representations. 

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Early Years - Portsmouth)

    Early Years

    • • 12 March 2024
    • • 29 places remaining
    12 March 2024 - 12 March 2024
    09:00 - 16:00
    The Training and Learning Centre, The Portsmouth Academy, St Mary's Road, Portsmouth, PO1 5PF
    £0.00

    This project is designed to support Early Years teachers in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom.  This Work Group will focus on number patterns and structures in early years, exploring the developmental trajectory for learning in counting and cardinality.  A key focus will be on improving the participants’ ability to “do” mathematics but also to ensure they have the appropriate pedagogical knowledge to teach their children well. 

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Non-Specialists)

    Secondary

    • • 12 March 2024
    • • 30 places remaining
    12 March 2024 - 12 March 2024
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online
    £0.00

    This programme is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM Teaching for Mastery principles and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system
    • Operating on number
    • Multiplicative reasoning
    • Sequences and graphs
    • Statistics and probability
    • Geometry.

    Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    This group is free for all teachers and school involved.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Non-Specialists)

    Secondary

    • • 14 March 2024
    • • 30 places remaining
    14 March 2024 - 14 March 2024
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online
    £0.00

    This programme is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM Teaching for Mastery principles and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system
    • Operating on number
    • Multiplicative reasoning
    • Sequences and graphs
    • Statistics and probability
    • Geometry.

    Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    This group is free for all teachers and school involved.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.

  • Years 5-8 Continuity

    Secondary

    • • 22 March 2024
    • • 30 places remaining
    22 March 2024 - 22 March 2024
    09:00 - 16:00
    The Training and Learning Centre, The Portsmouth Academy, St Mary's Road, Portsmouth, PO1 5PF
    £0.00

    This project aims to strengthen the transition from primary to secondary school by focusing on curriculum and continuity over Years 5 to 8. Following the disruption to education caused by the Covid crisis, this transition is more crucial than ever.  Central to the Work Group is the promotion of cross phase communication between teachers to address issues of maths curriculum and pedagogical transition as distinct from pastoral considerations. A key feature will be understanding how best to prioritise key aspects of the curriculum to help ensure pupils have mastered the fundamental understanding and skills they need to underpin their progression through upper KS2 and into KS3. 

    Linked ‘families’ of schools are encouraged to take part: ideally teachers from secondary schools and some of their associated primary schools will work together.  Multi-academy trusts could encourage groups of their schools to take part, in order to support collaboration across the KS2-3 transition.   We will support schools to make links with their linked primary or secondary where possible. 

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Early Years - Southampton)

    Early Years

    • • 22 March 2024
    • • 29 places remaining
    22 March 2024 - 22 March 2024
    09:30 - 15:30
    HISP Learning Partnership based at Tanners Brook Primary School Southampton
    £0.00

    This project is designed to support Early Years teachers in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom.  This Work Group will focus on number patterns and structures in early years, exploring the developmental trajectory for learning in counting and cardinality.  A key focus will be on improving the participants’ ability to “do” mathematics but also to ensure they have the appropriate pedagogical knowledge to teach their children well. 

    Pupils will:

    • Have increased opportunities to explore concepts at a developmentally appropriate level
    • Be able to communicate their maths and mathematical thinking through graphical representations and/or appropriate language
    • Demonstrate a positive attitude towards maths, being willing to have a go, persevere, and share their mathematical ideas

    These networks are free to all teachers and schools involved.

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Secondary ECTs)

    Secondary

    • • 27 March 2024
    • • 30 places remaining
    27 March 2024 - 27 March 2024
    09:00 - 16:00
    The Training and Learning Centre, The Portsmouth Academy, St Mary's Road, Portsmouth, PO1 5PF
    £0.00

    This community aims to offer high quality maths support and challenge for Early Career Teachers. It will provide an opportunity for conversations focussed specifically on mathematics with teachers at a similar stage of their career. The communities will build on the knowledge gained during initial teacher training.  Through conversations with several local ITT providers, these sessions will include, amongst other ideas, a focus on multiplicative reasoning.

  • A Level Pedagogy

    Post 16

    • • 28 March 2024
    • • 27 places remaining
    28 March 2024 - 28 March 2024
    16:00 - 17:00
    Online
    £0.00

    This network aims to bring together A-Level teachers from across our region to discuss all aspects of A-Level mathematics!  This includes effective teaching approaches, current assessment requirements and the use technology.  However, the group will also respond to the needs and feedback of the network to become a bespoke local network of A-Level colleague.

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Non-Specialists)

    Secondary

    • • 15 April 2024
    • • 30 places remaining
    15 April 2024 - 15 April 2024
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online
    £0.00

    This programme is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM Teaching for Mastery principles and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system
    • Operating on number
    • Multiplicative reasoning
    • Sequences and graphs
    • Statistics and probability
    • Geometry.

    Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    This group is free for all teachers and school involved.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Early Years - Portsmouth)

    Early Years

    • • 19 April 2024
    • • 17 places remaining
    19 April 2024 - 19 April 2024
    09:00 - 16:00
    The Training and Learning Centre, The Portsmouth Academy, St Mary's Road, Portsmouth, PO1 5PF
    £0.00

    This project is designed to support Early Years teachers in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom.  This Work Group will focus on number patterns and structures in early years, exploring the developmental trajectory for learning in counting and cardinality.  A key focus will be on improving the participants’ ability to “do” mathematics but also to ensure they have the appropriate pedagogical knowledge to teach their children well. 

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Teaching Assistants Portsmouth)

    Primary

    • • 22 April 2024
    • • 30 places remaining
    22 April 2024 - 22 April 2024
    09:30 - 14:30
    The Training and Learning Centre, The Portsmouth Academy, St Mary's Road, Portsmouth, PO1 5PF
    £0.00

    The purpose of this project is to support primary teaching assistants (TAs) in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in the maths classroom.  These programmes are designed for primary teaching assistants who are supporting maths, and who would like to develop their specialist knowledge for teaching maths. This may be particularly relevant for new TAs or TAs that have not received maths-specific training.

    This year the focus will be on the following mathematical areas:

    • What is effective in the learning and teaching of mathematics?

    • Number sense (part 1)

    • Number sense (part 2)

    • Additive reasoning

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Fractions

    These networks are free to all teaching assistants and schools involved.

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Non-Specialists)

    Secondary

    • • 22 April 2024
    • • 30 places remaining
    22 April 2024 - 22 April 2024
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online
    £0.00

    This programme is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM Teaching for Mastery principles and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system
    • Operating on number
    • Multiplicative reasoning
    • Sequences and graphs
    • Statistics and probability
    • Geometry.

    Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    This group is free for all teachers and school involved.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Teaching Assistants)

    Primary

    • • 23 April 2024
    • • 27 places remaining
    23 April 2024 - 23 April 2024
    09:30 - 14:30
    HISP Learning Partnership based at Tanners Brook Primary School Southampton
    £0.00

    The purpose of this project is to support primary teaching assistants (TAs) in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in the maths classroom.  These programmes are designed for primary teaching assistants who are supporting maths, and who would like to develop their specialist knowledge for teaching maths. This may be particularly relevant for new TAs or TAs that have not received maths-specific training.

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Primary Teachers)

    Primary

    • • 24 April 2024
    • • 28 places remaining
    24 April 2024 - 24 April 2024
    09:30 - 15:00
    HISP Learning Partnership based at Tanners Brook Primary School Southampton
    £0.00

    This project is designed to support primary teachers in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom.  It will be particularly relevant for teachers that have moved phases or teachers that have not received maths-specific training.  

    Teachers will enhance their mathematics subject knowledge with an emphasis on the key structures in each mathematical area covered which include: 

    • Understanding the key elements that form number sense, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of addition and subtraction, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of multiplication and division, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of fractions, including precise language, structures and representations. 

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Non-Specialists)

    Secondary

    • • 25 April 2024
    • • 30 places remaining
    25 April 2024 - 25 April 2024
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online
    £0.00

    This programme is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM Teaching for Mastery principles and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system
    • Operating on number
    • Multiplicative reasoning
    • Sequences and graphs
    • Statistics and probability
    • Geometry.

    Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    This group is free for all teachers and school involved.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.

  • SEND in Mainstream Schools (Portsmouth)

    Primary

    • • 07 May 2024
    • • 0 places remaining
    07 May 2024 - 07 May 2024
    09:30 - 14:30
    The Training and Learning Centre, The Portsmouth Academy, St Mary's Road, Portsmouth, PO1 5PF
    £0.00

    Removing Barriers in Mathematics for Learners with SEND

    This Work Group aims to increase awareness of the needs of pupils with SEND, to include those with unidentified needs, through to those with EHCPs.  It is packed with lots of practical strategies for supporting engagement and enabling greater success in mathematics.

    Participants will have the opportunity to collaborate and share ideas and challenges throughout.  Ideas will be trialed back in school with particular learners in mind, leading to an evidence trail of how teaching has impacted on pupil progress.

    This Work Group is aimed at primary and secondary teachers, SENCOs and SLT  from mainstream schools.

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Non-Specialists)

    Secondary

    • • 07 May 2024
    • • 30 places remaining
    07 May 2024 - 07 May 2024
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online
    £0.00

    This programme is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM Teaching for Mastery principles and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system
    • Operating on number
    • Multiplicative reasoning
    • Sequences and graphs
    • Statistics and probability
    • Geometry.

    Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    This group is free for all teachers and school involved.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Early Years - Southampton)

    Early Years

    • • 09 May 2024
    • • 29 places remaining
    09 May 2024 - 09 May 2024
    09:30 - 15:30
    The Training and Learning Centre, The Portsmouth Academy, St Mary's Road, Portsmouth, PO1 5PF
    £0.00

    This project is designed to support Early Years teachers in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom.  This Work Group will focus on number patterns and structures in early years, exploring the developmental trajectory for learning in counting and cardinality.  A key focus will be on improving the participants’ ability to “do” mathematics but also to ensure they have the appropriate pedagogical knowledge to teach their children well. 

    Pupils will:

    • Have increased opportunities to explore concepts at a developmentally appropriate level
    • Be able to communicate their maths and mathematical thinking through graphical representations and/or appropriate language
    • Demonstrate a positive attitude towards maths, being willing to have a go, persevere, and share their mathematical ideas

    These networks are free to all teachers and schools involved.

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Non-Specialists)

    Secondary

    • • 13 May 2024
    • • 30 places remaining
    13 May 2024 - 13 May 2024
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online
    £0.00

    This programme is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM Teaching for Mastery principles and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system
    • Operating on number
    • Multiplicative reasoning
    • Sequences and graphs
    • Statistics and probability
    • Geometry.

    Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    This group is free for all teachers and school involved.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Secondary ECTs)

    Secondary

    • • 21 May 2024
    • • 26 places remaining
    21 May 2024 - 21 May 2024
    09:00 - 16:00
    The Training and Learning Centre, The Portsmouth Academy, St Mary's Road, Portsmouth, PO1 5PF
    £0.00

    This community aims to offer high quality maths support and challenge for Early Career Teachers. It will provide an opportunity for conversations focussed specifically on mathematics with teachers at a similar stage of their career. The communities will build on the knowledge gained during initial teacher training.  Through conversations with several local ITT providers, these sessions will include, amongst other ideas, a focus on multiplicative reasoning.

  • SEND in Mainstream Schools (Southampton)

    Primary

    • • 21 May 2024
    • • 7 places remaining
    21 May 2024 - 21 May 2024
    09:30 - 14:30
    HISP Learning Partnership based at Tanners Brook Primary School Southampton
    £0.00

    Removing Barriers in Mathematics for Learners with SEND

    This Work Group aims to increase awareness of the needs of pupils with SEND, to include those with unidentified needs, through to those with EHCPs.  It is packed with lots of practical strategies for supporting engagement and enabling greater success in mathematics.

    Participants will have the opportunity to collaborate and share ideas and challenges throughout.  Ideas will be trialed back in school with particular learners in mind, leading to an evidence trail of how teaching has impacted on pupil progress.

    This Work Group is aimed at primary and secondary teachers, SENCOs and SLT  from mainstream schools.

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Non-Specialists)

    Secondary

    • • 21 May 2024
    • • 30 places remaining
    21 May 2024 - 21 May 2024
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online
    £0.00

    This programme is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM Teaching for Mastery principles and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system
    • Operating on number
    • Multiplicative reasoning
    • Sequences and graphs
    • Statistics and probability
    • Geometry.

    Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    This group is free for all teachers and school involved.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.

  • Primary Subject Leadership

    Primary

    • • 22 May 2024
    • • 30 places remaining
    22 May 2024 - 22 May 2024
    09:00 - 12:00
    HISP Learning Partnership based at Tanners Brook Primary School Southampton
    £0.00

    This Work Group is aimed at those who are new to the role of Primary Maths Subject Leadership or new to Teaching for Mastery, and whose school is in the Sustaining phase of their Teaching for Mastery journey.

    Led by a Teaching for Mastery Specialist, participants will work collaboratively to develop themselves as agents for change to ensure fidelity to the principles of Teaching for Mastery and an effective and consistent whole-school approach.

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Non-Specialists)

    Secondary

    • • 23 May 2024
    • • 30 places remaining
    23 May 2024 - 23 May 2024
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online
    £0.00

    This programme is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM Teaching for Mastery principles and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system
    • Operating on number
    • Multiplicative reasoning
    • Sequences and graphs
    • Statistics and probability
    • Geometry.

    Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    This group is free for all teachers and school involved.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Teaching Assistants Portsmouth)

    Primary

    • • 03 June 2024
    • • 10 places remaining
    03 June 2024 - 03 June 2024
    09:30 - 14:30
    The Training and Learning Centre, The Portsmouth Academy, St Mary's Road, Portsmouth, PO1 5PF
    £0.00

    The purpose of this project is to support primary teaching assistants (TAs) in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in the maths classroom.  These programmes are designed for primary teaching assistants who are supporting maths, and who would like to develop their specialist knowledge for teaching maths. This may be particularly relevant for new TAs or TAs that have not received maths-specific training.

    This year the focus will be on the following mathematical areas:

    • What is effective in the learning and teaching of mathematics?

    • Number sense (part 1)

    • Number sense (part 2)

    • Additive reasoning

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Fractions

    These networks are free to all teaching assistants and schools involved.

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Non-Specialists)

    Secondary

    • • 06 June 2024
    • • 30 places remaining
    06 June 2024 - 06 June 2024
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online
    £0.00

    This programme is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM Teaching for Mastery principles and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system
    • Operating on number
    • Multiplicative reasoning
    • Sequences and graphs
    • Statistics and probability
    • Geometry.

    Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    This group is free for all teachers and school involved.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Primary ECTs)

    Primary

    • • 07 June 2024
    • • 0 places remaining
    07 June 2024 - 07 June 2024
    09:00 - 16:00
    HISP Learning Partnership based at Tanners Brook Primary School Southampton
    £0.00

    This project is new to the Maths Hub offer this year and is designed to support Early Career Teachers (teachers in their first two years of teaching) in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, thus enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom.  

    The aim of this community is to work deeply on one area of maths, drawing in the associated pedagogy, and will include lesson analysis and lesson design. 

    Participants will: 

    • plan and teach a carefully sequenced and coherent area of maths 

    • appreciate the key ideas underpinning the area of maths being taught 

    • understand key principles and approaches associated with teaching for mastery 

    • understand approaches to assess pupils’ prior learning, so that learning sequences take this into account 

    • make appropriate use of representations to expose the structure of the maths being taught. 

    • observe experienced teachers in Maths, analysing the pedagogy. 

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Teaching Assistants)

    Primary

    • • 11 June 2024
    • • 0 places remaining
    11 June 2024 - 11 June 2024
    09:30 - 14:30
    HISP Learning Partnership based at Tanners Brook Primary School Southampton
    £0.00

    The purpose of this project is to support primary teaching assistants (TAs) in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in the maths classroom.  These programmes are designed for primary teaching assistants who are supporting maths, and who would like to develop their specialist knowledge for teaching maths. This may be particularly relevant for new TAs or TAs that have not received maths-specific training.

  • Years 5-8 Continuity

    Secondary

    • • 14 June 2024
    • • 20 places remaining
    14 June 2024 - 14 June 2024
    09:00 - 16:00
    The Training and Learning Centre, The Portsmouth Academy, St Mary's Road, Portsmouth, PO1 5PF
    £0.00

    This project aims to strengthen the transition from primary to secondary school by focusing on curriculum and continuity over Years 5 to 8. Following the disruption to education caused by the Covid crisis, this transition is more crucial than ever.  Central to the Work Group is the promotion of cross phase communication between teachers to address issues of maths curriculum and pedagogical transition as distinct from pastoral considerations. A key feature will be understanding how best to prioritise key aspects of the curriculum to help ensure pupils have mastered the fundamental understanding and skills they need to underpin their progression through upper KS2 and into KS3. 

    Linked ‘families’ of schools are encouraged to take part: ideally teachers from secondary schools and some of their associated primary schools will work together.  Multi-academy trusts could encourage groups of their schools to take part, in order to support collaboration across the KS2-3 transition.   We will support schools to make links with their linked primary or secondary where possible. 

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Primary Teachers)

    Primary

    • • 19 June 2024
    • • 4 places remaining
    19 June 2024 - 19 June 2024
    13:00 - 16:00
    HISP Learning Partnership based at Tanners Brook Primary School Southampton
    £0.00

    This project is designed to support primary teachers in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom.  It will be particularly relevant for teachers that have moved phases or teachers that have not received maths-specific training.  

    Teachers will enhance their mathematics subject knowledge with an emphasis on the key structures in each mathematical area covered which include: 

    • Understanding the key elements that form number sense, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of addition and subtraction, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of multiplication and division, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of fractions, including precise language, structures and representations. 

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Non-Specialists)

    Secondary

    • • 19 June 2024
    • • 30 places remaining
    19 June 2024 - 19 June 2024
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online
    £0.00

    This programme is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM Teaching for Mastery principles and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system
    • Operating on number
    • Multiplicative reasoning
    • Sequences and graphs
    • Statistics and probability
    • Geometry.

    Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    This group is free for all teachers and school involved.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.

  • Primary Subject Leadership

    Primary

    • • 26 June 2024
    • • 23 places remaining
    26 June 2024 - 26 June 2024
    09:00 - 16:00
    HISP Learning Partnership based at Tanners Brook Primary School Southampton
    £0.00

    This Work Group is aimed at those who are new to the role of Primary Maths Subject Leadership or new to Teaching for Mastery, and whose school is in the Sustaining phase of their Teaching for Mastery journey.

    Led by a Teaching for Mastery Specialist, participants will work collaboratively to develop themselves as agents for change to ensure fidelity to the principles of Teaching for Mastery and an effective and consistent whole-school approach.

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Non-Specialists)

    Secondary

    • • 26 June 2024
    • • 18 places remaining
    26 June 2024 - 26 June 2024
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online
    £0.00

    This programme is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM Teaching for Mastery principles and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system
    • Operating on number
    • Multiplicative reasoning
    • Sequences and graphs
    • Statistics and probability
    • Geometry.

    Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    This group is free for all teachers and school involved.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.

  • Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (Early Years - Southampton)

    Early Years

    • • 05 July 2024
    • • 16 places remaining
    05 July 2024 - 05 July 2024
    09:30 - 15:30
    HISP Learning Partnership based at Tanners Brook Primary School Southampton
    £0.00

    This project is designed to support Early Years teachers in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom.  This Work Group will focus on number patterns and structures in early years, exploring the developmental trajectory for learning in counting and cardinality.  A key focus will be on improving the participants’ ability to “do” mathematics but also to ensure they have the appropriate pedagogical knowledge to teach their children well. 

    Pupils will:

    • Have increased opportunities to explore concepts at a developmentally appropriate level
    • Be able to communicate their maths and mathematical thinking through graphical representations and/or appropriate language
    • Demonstrate a positive attitude towards maths, being willing to have a go, persevere, and share their mathematical ideas

    These networks are free to all teachers and schools involved.