Inspire Learning TSH NW to deliver Leading Primary Mathematics NPQ 

With the 2024 National Professional Qualification (NPQ) registration deadline fast approaching, Inspire Learning Teaching School Hub NW is delighted to announce that it will be now delivering the NPQ for Leading Primary Mathematics (NPQLPM). 

The hub already delivers a wide range of other specialist and leadership NPQs, including Executive Leadership, Headship, Senior Leadership, Early Years Leadership, Leading Teacher Development, Leading Literacy, Leading Teaching and Leading Behaviour and Culture. Each programme is delivered in partnership with University College London’s (UCL) Centre for Educational Leadership.  

The National Professional Qualification for Leading Primary Mathematics supports teachers and leaders across the Wirral and Liverpool areas in developing mastery approaches to teaching primary maths. In collaboration with the sector, the team at UCL continue to complete extensive research to form high-quality NPQs. 

Inspire Learning TSH NW will also be partnering with the local Cheshire and Wirral Maths Hub and North West 3 Maths Hub to ensure that the programme provided is as effective as possible. 

Lisa Bradshaw, deputy CEO of the Three-Saints Trust, director of North West Learning Partnership and senior lead link for the North West 3 Maths Hub, felt it was important to work alongside Inspire Learning TSH to deliver the programme to elevate alignment and consistency.  

She said: “The North West 3 Maths Hub is delighted to be working in partnership with Inspire Learning TSH to deliver the NPQ for Leading Primary Mathematics.  

“The core focus of this NPQ is to support teachers in their own professional development and help them provide the best pupil learning experience for mathematics.  

“The programme, crafted carefully to ensure a subject focus and accuracy, draws on maths mastery approaches and principles.  

“Working in partnership with Inspire Learning TSH enables a high level of alignment and consistency within the programme. Our expertise in the field best places us to offer this support to participants.” 

Free for those working in a state-funded school or setting, the addition of the NPQ for Leading Primary Mathematics will allow for individuals to improve their leadership skills in this area with the support of education and maths experts. 

Andy Ash, lead of the Cheshire and Wirral Maths Hub, added: “Mathematics is one of the most important subjects at primary school, not only because it paves the way for success later in all areas of education, but also because it helps students become deep thinkers and problem solvers. 

“This NPQ will help primary maths leads to better understand the most effective ways to lead their subject and facilitate deep reflection on what they want to achieve with their subject.” 

Teachers and leaders have until Thursday, 18 January, to register for the National Professional Qualification of their choice to ensure a February start. 

Director of Inspire Learning TSH NW, Jane Kennedy, commented: “We are pleased to be expanding the opportunities that are available at Inspire with the addition of the NPQ for Leading Primary Mathematics. This qualification is an excellent chance for teachers to enhance their own careers. 

“Our team is looking forward to working collaboratively with the maths hubs to ensure that the experience of each and every participant is as engaging and as effective as possible.” 

Further information about the National Professional Qualification for Leading Primary Mathematics can be found here

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