The maths hubs programme offers support to teachers and schools to improve maths education. 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, to develop and spread excellent practice, for the benefit of all pupils and students.
What you can get
The programme offers:
- support from your local maths hub
- free or subsidised professional development programmes
- up-to-date information about all local maths education activities
- a network of local leaders of maths education
- nationally coordinated professional development and research projects
- the opportunity to share work or ideas through your local maths hub
Who can get support
The programme is open to all:
- state-funded schools in England
- teachers, teaching assistants and other practitioners involved in teaching maths
When it’s available
Activities take place throughout the year at 37 hubs across England.
What it costs
All of the support offered to schools by maths hubs is free of charge.
How to apply
Find your local maths hub and contact them directly. You can apply for professional development programmes on the relevant regional maths hub website.
Find out more
See the maths hubs programme website for more information.
Published 21 September 2018
Last updated 21 August 2019 + show all updates
- Updated the number of hubs and details of who can get support.
- Updated to make it clear that all support offered by maths hubs is free of charge.
- First published.