Work Groups
The Cambridge Maths Hub offers free quality Professional Development to Maths Teachers across the county. This mainly takes the form of work groups. Teachers learn new strategies or receive new ideas, put them into practice in the classroom, reflect collaboratively and then refine. Most of the sessions are led by outstanding teachers willing to share good practice.
The Hub works with a variety of schools, individuals and organisations.
CMH Work Groups for 2016-17
Code | Coordination group and Work Groups |
EE2-16-01 | Teaching for Mastery Lead/s and Co-ordination Group |
EE2-16-02 | Cohort 2 Mastery Specialists’ Development |
EE2-16-03 | Secondary Teaching for Mastery (post Shanghai) |
EE2-16-04 | Using Singapore Maths Textbooks in Key Stage One |
EE2-16-05 | Mastery for struggling learners |
EE2-16-06 | Calculation for Mastery |
EE2-16-07 | Cohort 1: Teaching for Mastery Work Groups |
EE2-16-08 | Calculate, Don’t Count! (x2) |
EE2-16-09 | Secondary Mathematics Teaching for Mastery |
EE2-16-10 | Singapore style textbooks and CPD |
Level 3 Mathematics and Co-ordination Work Group | |
EE2-16-11 | Level 3 Mathematics Lead and Co-ordination Group |
EE2-16-12 | Post 16 Participation Project |
EE2-16-13 | Core Maths Pedagogy |
EE2-16-14 | Use of technology in A Level |
EE2-16-15 | Integrating Applied Stats into AL teaching |
EE2-16-16 | Local problem solving WG based on NRICH/Underground Maths |
EE2-16-17 | MEI Underground Mathematics |
EE2-16-18 | Integrating Applied Mechanics into AL teaching |
Reasoning and problem solving Work groups | |
EE2-16-19 | Local Multiplicative Reasoning |
EE2-16-20 | Mathematical Reasoning at KS3 (Cohort 1 continuing) |
EE2-16-21 | Mathematical Reasoning at KS3 (Cohort 2) |
EE2-16-22 | ICCAMS |
Leadership development Workgroups | |
EE2-16-23 | Work group Leaders’ Training |
EE2-16-24 | NAMA |
EE2-16-25 | Primary PD lead |
EE2-16-26 | Secondary PD Lead |
Curriculum resources and qualification workgroups | |
EE2-16-27 | Ratio and Proportion in KS2 |
EE2-16-28 | NRICH Collaborative project |
EE2-16-29 | Addition and Subtraction in Key Stage 1: A constructive approach |
EE2-16-30 | The new GCSE curriculum |
EE2-16-31 | Effective use of the Bar Model |
EE2-16-32 | Maths in stories |
Supply of specialist teachers for whom Maths is a second subject | |
EE2-16-33 | TSST |
EE2-16-34 | Secondary NQT /RQT |
Later added Work groups | |
EE2-16-35 | Assisting Mathematics: TA training |
EE2-16-36 | Knowledge Quartet |
EE2-16-37 | Enhancing Mathematical Understanding Through Computing |
EE2-16-38 | Maths for Geography Teachers |
EE2-16-39 | Maths for Science Teachers |
EE2-16-40 | Number Sense for Teaching Assistants |
EE2-16-41 | Lesson study focused on problem solving and Mastery |
EE2-16-42 | Ratio and proportion (repeat EE-16-27 ) |
EE2-16-43ab | TA Training St Neots and Wisbech |
EE2-16-44 | Singapore text books Spinney |
EE2-16-45 | Singapore Text books Buckden |
EE2-16-46 | Singapore Text books Gamlingay |
EE2-16-47 | Primary PD lead Summer |
EE2-16-48 | Probability |
EE2-16-49 | Assessment framework for special schools |
EE2-16-50 | Differentiation and Mastery |
We are always keen to expand our network so please do get in touch to find out more. For enquiries, contact admin@cambridgemathshub.org