Our National Professional Qualification for Leading Primary Maths courses will equip you with the knowledge, skills, experience and network to know how to lead Maths in a primary phase or whole-school. This course builds on the knowledge you already have as an experienced teacher or middle leader, in addition to your prior learning about Maths mastery, and focuses on what you need to know and be able to do to effectively lead the Maths practice of others.
Getting off to a strong start in numeracy is key to children achieving their potential both in later education and in the world of work.
The NPQ in Leading Primary Maths is designed to help you build on the knowledge you already have as an experienced Maths teacher and will enable you to lead your colleagues to deliver this subject effectively in your primary school setting.
You will enhance your knowledge of how to develop and embed a coherent Maths curriculum, and get to grips with the nuts and bolts of what makes great teaching and leadership using deliberate practice with peers as well as guidance from expert facilitators to consolidate this learning.
Why study with the Tees Valley Teaching School Hub?
Here at Tees Valley Teaching School we offer our NPQ Courses through two Lead Providers – Best Practice Network, and the National Institute of Teaching. Whilst both providers ultimately provide the same knowledge and information, each course will be delivered in a different way. Anyone interested in doing an NPQ course with Tees Valley TSH has the choice to decide which Lead Partner they can use that best fits their current commitments, working model and lifestyle.
How to apply
To apply for the NPQLPM course please chose the Lead Provider below. We currently only offer this course through the National Institute of Teaching. Selecting them will direct you to their website so that you can see their course details and how it is intended to be delivered. When applying please ensure you select ‘Tees Valley Teaching School Hub’ as the Delivery Partner.
For question relating to the course please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
State-funded primary schools with 1 to 150 pupils will receive a grant payment of £800 for each teacher or leader you employ who starts an NPQ in the 2023 to 2024 academic year.
State-funded primary schools with more than 150 pupils will receive a grant payment of £200 for each teacher or leader you employ who starts an NPQ in the 2023 to 2024 academic year.
State-funded secondary schools with 1 to 600 pupils will receive a grant payment of £200 for each teacher or leader you employ who starts an NPQ in the 2023 to 2024 academic year.
For staff from state-funded schools or 16-19 organisations in England, places are fully funded by the DfE. There will be no cost to the participant.
You can study towards more than one NPQ, but will only be eligible for funding for each NPQ once. If you withdraw from or fail your course, you will not be funded again for the same NPQ.
Interested in joining? Simply get in contact with the Tees Valley Teaching School Hub to start. We can’t wait to hear from you.