Our local Curriculum Hubs
We work closely with all local curriculum Hubs to link our schools to the evidence-based CPD that is right for them.
Register for the Maths Hubs DfE fully funded Teaching for Mastery programme. This programme is designed to support schools in developing a mastery approach to mathematics teaching that deepens student learning and achievement.
By participating in the Teaching for Mastery programme, your school will gain access to the best professional development for teachers, improved student learning, networking opportunities and high-quality resources.
Head teachers are strongly encouraged to register for this programme to enhance the quality of mathematics teaching and learning and improve outcomes for students. Click on the links below for further information and booking form.
- Primary Teaching for Mastery further information and booking form. If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com.
- Secondary Teaching for Mastery further information and booking form. If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com.
Join London North East Maths Hub’s professional development programmes for the academic year 2023/24. Click on the link to see what CPD we have on offer. Click on the link to fill in our expression of interest form.
For all CPD from:
- London Science Learning Partnerships; and
- Teach Computing
please visit the STEM London website.
Our local Ed Tech schools: Britannia Education Trust
The Trust includes Britannia Village Primary School, an Outstanding school in Newham, east London, and Royal Wharf Primary School, a newly opened school. Investing in 1:1 Chromebooks in 2017 and teacher training of Google tools, many staff obtained official Google Certifications. Recognised as a Google Reference School in 2018 and as one of the EdTech50 schools in 2019. One of our strategic goals is to share our experience of using technology to enhance teaching and learning with other schools.
Our local London and Essex Computing Hub:
The recent Ofsted RE review states, “At Primary and Secondary level, pupils should be taught by teachers who have secure subject and curriculum knowledge, who foster pupils’ interest in the subject and who are equipped to address pupils’ misunderstandings.Findings over the past few years suggest that RE is not fulfilling this ambition.”
Claire has been an advisory teacher for over 20 years working in Essex, Redbridge, Newham and Barking and Dagenham, as well as nationally for DfE, QCDA, TDA and for RE Today services. She is passionate about children and young people being given the tools to be able to learn about and from religious and philosophical beliefs and practices.
Claire is at present Director of RE and RSHE in Newham, as well as the RE advisor in Barking and Dagenham. She leads nationally the RE leadership Programme, the London and South East Areiac group and sits on the NASACRE executive where her brief is SACRE training and professional development. Claire is part of the Ofsted RE working group.
Our latest resource for schools ‘Bullying and Belief Toolkit’ is now available here
Please click on the links below to view the RE and PSHE training brochures 2023-24.
- RE Primary training brochure
- RE Secondary training brochure
- PSHE Primary training brochure
- PSHE Secondary training brochure