Welcome to the London North East Maths Hub. Our aim is to ensure that all pupils, teachers and leaders have access to support, training, and innovation that will improve the enjoyment and achievement of mathematics, from Early Years through to the post 16 sector.
The Maths Hubs programme is Department for Education funded and led by the NCETM. We bring together mathematics education professionals in a collaborative national network of 40 Hubs, each locally led by an outstanding school or college, to develop and spread excellent practice, for the benefit of all pupils and students.
The London North East (LNE) Maths Hub is led by Elmhurst Primary School, an outstanding primary school in the heart of Newham. We work very closely with our Strategic Partners, who help plan and evaluate the Hub’s work, and operational partners, who help carry out the Hub’s work.
We work with successful, established mathematics communities across the London North East region as well as national partners and mathematics associations. Our work covers 6 boroughs- Newham, Barking and Dagenham, Redbridge, Waltham Forest, Hackney and Havering.
As well as the Teaching for Mastery Programme and the New for 2021/22, Early Years and KS1 programme, ‘Mastering Number’ (see the menu bar above) – we are thrilled to be able to show you our Professional Development opportunities for 2021/22.
Click on the image below to view the London North East’s PD offer for the upcoming academic year!
How could working with the LNE Maths Hub benefit you?
Hear from headteachers who work with the Hub – Andrew Roberts, Riverside School, Barking and Janis Davies, Sydney Russell School, Dagenham explain how their schools have benefited from engagement with our Maths Hub in this video recorded in early March 2020. Click on the image below to see the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics video.
David Arrowsmith, Chairman of the LNE Maths Hub Strategic Board said of the video, “An Impressive discussion about school mathematics by heads who are not specialists, they argued very well the clear impact maths mastery has had not only on them as heads but also for their schools.”
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