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. We also offer some of our own locally-devised Work Groups as well.
A detailed action plan is in place for each year that includes Work Groups for all phases from Early Years to Post-16.
The Strategic Board are clear that the majority of the funding available locally should be spent on classroom based Professional Development as that makes the most significant difference in the long-term and is a well-established model for schools working together.
How do I get Involved??
Work Groups vary in their capacity. A few are unlimited though most are constrained by geographical location, finance or leadership capacity in an area.
Recruitment to Work Groups is via advertising through emails, on our website or in our newsletter. Some Work Groups are targeted at a selection of schools and some are part of a national recruitment campaign. National campaigns are promoted by us as per other work groups. To view all this years work groups please see the diagram below. All these groups can then be seen in more detail in the ‘Current work’ drop down menu on this website, where details of how to apply are also available.
However, if you are interested in a Work Group and wish to have further information then do get in touch; firstname.lastname@example.org
What is Hub doing this year?
The current work is set out in the following diagram and more detailed table.
(Click on the diagram to enlarge)