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In every Maths Hub area, there’s a group of experienced teachers and former teachers who lead all the school and professional development work run by the hub known as local leaders of mathematics education, or LLMEs, these people draw on their own experience and expertise to support the work of the hub and lead other teachers' professional development. LLMEs could be Maths Hub Leads, Assistant Maths Hub Leads, Teaching for Mastery Leads, or Work Group Leads.

The NCETM and Maths Hubs are now accepting applications for five programmes designed to develop teachers as experts in teaching for mastery and the leadership of professional development. The programmes are:

What do the programmes involve?

All the programmes are designed to develop teachers as local leaders of mathematics education (LLME), who lead various strands of activity of their Maths Hub at a local level.

The Primary Mastery Specialist Programme is now in its tenth year, and the Secondary Mastery Specialist Programme is in its ninth year; the programme to develop Further Education Mastery Specialists is entering its second year in 2024. All Mastery Specialists are classroom-based practitioners who develop teaching for mastery in their own classrooms, and go on to lead Work Groups to support other schools or colleges and their teachers locally.

Professional Development Leads and School Development Leads are expert teachers of maths who have responsibility for maths-specific professional development beyond their own school.

How can you apply?

Follow the links above to visit the webpage of the programme you are interested in applying for, and download and read the information document. When you have secured the support of your headteacher/senior leader, complete the online application form.

The closing date for applications is Friday 29 March at 5pm.