1) Primary Developing Teaching for Mastery Work Groups 2022-23

Monday 5 September Various (your school will be placed in a group near to you) - See below:

A tried and tested school improvement programme for mathematics: 'In just a few months of working with SHaW Maths Hub, this programme has transformed the way we teach, and improved pupil outcomes and attitudes.' (Headteacher of a Wolverhampton Primary school)

If you are a Primary teacher interested in developing confident mathematicians with deep connected understanding in your class, you are welcome to apply to participate in a SHaW Maths Hub Primary Teaching for Mastery Work Group in 2022-23. The Work Groups are funded, highly regarded, collaborative professional development opportunities for participants, with £1000 funding to support maths improvement across the whole school.

The Teaching for Mastery Programme is a professional development opportunity designed to support teachers to develop best practice in mathematics in your school. It is suitable for schools interested in implementing a teaching for mastery approach to maths.

More information can be found here on the NCETM website, including a video showing teaching for mastery practice in the classroom.

For more information about our local Work Groups, please contact Cathryn Hardy, Assistant Maths Hub Lead (Primary) via the SHaW Maths Hub email address:

If you're interested please complete the Application form attached below- do not use the "booking button" with your details.


Who will be leading the group?

Primary Teaching for Mastery Specialist Teachers.

Who is it for?

For all teachers (including lead teachers):

  • Enhanced mathematics subject knowledge with a particular emphasis on progression within key areas of mathematics;
  • A deep understanding of the principles and pedagogies related to teaching for mastery.

What are the intended outcomes?

  • All pupils develop a deep understanding of the mathematical ideas they are taught so that they fully meet the aims of the National Curriculum
  • All pupils show a positive attitude towards mathematics, enjoy learning the subject and demonstrate a growth mindset.

What is the cost?

Participation is FREE

Funding for the year is £1000 per school with two teachers participating, attending all workshops.

Match funding may be available for the purchase of  DfE approved text books.

Please complete and return booking from this link to

2022-23 Teaching for Mastery Development Work Group Information & Application Form

Please do not use the "booking" button.