Welcome to our website

Cambridge Maths Hub is one of a network of 40 Maths Hubs in England, each locally led by an outstanding school or college.

CAM Academy Trust is proud to be the base for the Cambridge Maths Hub which is promoting excellence in maths teaching across Cambridgeshire including Peterborough, West Suffolk, King's Lynn and West Norfolk. The Hub supports teachers in the continual process of improving educational standards for students in our region from the youngest child in Early Years Foundation Stage to Post-16 education.

2021-22 Programmes

Primary Mastery Specialists Cohort 7 programme

Following the successful first six cohorts of the Mastery Specialist Programme, the NCETM and Cambridge Maths Hub are now seeking to recruit a seventh cohort of expert primary school teachers to develop and work as Primary Mastery Specialists.

Please read the information document before applying. Fill in the online application by 9am on Friday 28 May 2021.

Secondary Mastery Specialists Cohort 6 programme

The NCETM and Cambridge Maths Hub are now seeking applications from secondary schools that wish to nominate ‘lead teachers’ to take part in an important three-year professional development programme leading to the designation of Secondary Mastery Specialist.

Please read the information document before applying. Fill in the online application by 9am on Friday 28 May 2021.

Express an interest in a Work Group for 2021-22
You can find information about the Work Groups that will be available in 2021-22 here and can sign up to be kept informed.

Study Opportunity outside the Maths Hub

Are you interested in studying mathematics education part-time at Masters level at the University of Cambridge?

The course is designed for anyone with professional interest in maths education. Most of our students are teachers in either primary or secondary education or in other related careers. This 2 year part-time course is taught from 2pm to 6:30 pm on Wednesdays at the Faculty of Education, Hills Road, Cambridge. Taught sessions include a range of topics in mathematics education and a course on research methods. Students carry out their own research in any aspect of mathematics education during the second year and are support across the two years by a supervisor. The closing date for applications is 1st June 2021

For more information about the course please see the website or contact Julie Alderton jha32@cam.ac.uk

Course web page

https://www.educ.cam.ac.uk/courses/graduate/masters/themes/mathsed/

Further information

https://www.postgraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/courses/directory/ededmeemm

Covid-19: Home Learning

In response to Covid-19 a working group in the Maths Hub are collating easy-to-use maths resources. These are intended to support teachers, parents and children from yr 1 - yr 12. Many others are collating videos and worksheets. We are focusing on enrichment material that children find engaging and, where possible, can be completed away from the computer. We hope you enjoy using and doing them. There are some lovely family activities. Resources can be found here.
"Thanks so much for the Maths HUB links (and the work that’s gone into putting those together) – it looks brilliant! Also the best organised I think I’ve ever seen in terms of a collection of resources that actually has the information you need to decide which tasks you might be interested in/would fit the purpose without having to click through all the links yourself. So thank you too to whoever was responsible for that aspect! I’ve just forwarded it onto all our staff."
Many thanks to Mark Dawes, Katie Crozier, Beth McGreer, Livia Mitson and Catriona Shearer for compiling them.