Secondary Mastery Specialist Programme 2020/21 Cohort 5 – Information and Application

Following the success of the Secondary Mastery Specialist Programme thus far, Maths Hubs, working in conjunction with the NCETM, 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.

Schools nominating teachers for this role would be committed to the development of teaching for mastery in the lead teacher’s classroom, across their maths department and, later on, to facilitate and support the development of teaching for mastery in a small number of other interested secondary schools within their Maths Hub area. A short video explains this work.
NW3 Maths hub are looking for Secondary Maths Teachers within St Helens, Wigan, Liverpool, Knowsley and Sefton to join our team- please see the attached document for detailed eligibility criteria.

Please see the information attached to find out more about:

  • Commitment in terms of time to the programme
  • Benefits for you personally and for your school
  • Funding – This is a fully funded programme
  • Professional development opportunities

How to apply

Teachers should complete the application form by 5pm on Wednesday 22 April. An email will then be sent to the headteacher in order for him/her to complete the supporting statement. This needs to be completed by 5pm on Monday 27 April.

Interviews with NW3 Maths hub leads will take place after this date. All candidates will be contacted if the application is successful.

This is a wonderful opportunity for both participant and school. It is FREE, high quality CPD that continues for at least 3 years ensuring your school and staff are at the forefront of driving maths education.

If you require further information please don’t hesitate to contact

Lisa Bradshaw – Maths Hub Lead
lisa.bradshaw@three-saints.org.uk

or

Lindsay Porter – Secondary Maths Lead
lindsay.porter@three-saints.org.uk

​Please feel free to circulate to your networks

See the information attached

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