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We hope you are keeping well during this difficult time.
Cambridge Maths Hub has decided to cancel all face to face Work Groups until further notice due to the closure of schools and the need to stay at home. However, we plan to continue most of the Work Groups online. We appreciate teachers have varying capacity at this time and there will be no pressure to participate.
If you are currently in a Work Group and wish to continue online we hope to make that possible. Your Work Group lead will be in touch after Easter.

Mastery Readiness

Over 60% of Cambridgeshire schools have now participated in the teaching for mastery programme and more than 8000 schools across the country. An evaluation report of the impact of the work so far can be found here.

Here's some feedback from Mastery Readiness this year.

What have you learnt?

“So much.  I learnt more about my role as a (maths) co-ordinator and what to look at in my school in order to make improvements.  I learnt more about the mastery curriculum and how I can implement that into my school (what that looks like/what that means).  I learnt how to create effective medium term plans and how to use stem sentences within lessons and I gained many new ideas for teaching in the classroom both from other teachers on the course and the PD Lead.”

Mastery Readiness for new groups will start in September 2020. Click here for information and application.

Welcome to the Cambridge Maths Hub

The Maths Hubs programme brings together mathematics education professionals in a collaborative national network of 37 hubs, 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, Peterborough and the surrounding area.
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 the oldest students in post-16.