FREE Primary Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Mathematics for Teachers

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A work group to develop specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics for Primary Teachers.

About this event

This FREE 4 session programme is aimed at KS2 Primary Teachers (including NQTs/RQTs) wishing to improve and develop their knowledge of progression and pedagogy within the curriculum.

The aim of the programme is to develop subject knowledge, teaching sequences and deep understanding in line with a Mastery approach, including precise language, structures and representations for the following areas: Number Sense, Additive Reasoning, Multiplicative Reasoning and Fractions.

All sessions are online, Thursdays 3.45 - 5.30pm

  • 17 June
  • 24 June
  • 1 July
  • 8 July

Please ensure that you can attend all 4 session dates before signing up to this work group.

A maximum of 2 teachers from each participating school will be required to attend all sessions for this Work Group and complete intersessional tasks.

Although this Work Group is online, it is offered to State-funded schools in the North-East Hants and Surrey Maths Hub Region. 

Please Note: It is now a DfE requirement to provide your TRN when registering for this work group - if you need to locate this, please go to :

All registrants will be required to join an NCETM Basecamp online community for this Work Group in order to access resources and information. Please ensure you tick the box to confirm this when you register.

Once registered, we will be in touch with details of how to access the first online session via Zoom.


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Organiser North-East Hants and Surrey (NEHS) Maths Hub

Organiser of FREE Primary Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Mathematics for Teachers

North-East Hants and Surrey (NEHS) Maths Hub is led by St John the Baptist School, Woking and runs a large programme of  Work Groups and events throughout the year with the aim of improving Maths teaching, leadership and professional learning practice to transform Maths education.

The Maths Hubs Network is the collaborative partnership of the 40 Maths Hubs across England, supported and facilitated by the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics (NCETM). It is part of the wider development of school-led, system leadership of education in England.

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