London Thames Maths Hub


Funded by the Department of Education and coordinated by NCETM (National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics), Maths Hubs have been established to bring together all mathematics education professionals into a national network. There are now 35 Maths Hubs across England, each of which is led by an outstanding school or college.

The Harris Federation was selected to lead the London Thames Maths Hub, with Jacquelyn Lomas as the Senior Lead. We are now working with the five other London Hubs, with the clear and common purpose of developing a world class maths education. This includes collaboration with new teachers, established teachers and subject leaders, as well as anyone wanting to focus on research and development and new forms of pupil enrichment in maths.

Jacquelyn Lomas, says:


“This project is close to our hearts because our experience is that effective collaboration is key to supporting improvements in education.

Being a Maths Hub means we can establish a London-wide network for sharing strong teaching and learning practices, supporting better training for teachers in both pedagogy and subject knowledge in these times of rapid, but exciting curriculum reform.

We are keen to welcome more teachers from different schools, phases, universities and maths associations to take part in the continuing development and design of the curriculum, assessment, and training program. Working collaboratively, we will develop resources that will be made available via our website, as we invite more schools to take part in this exciting opportunity. We will continue to post information about the developments of this programme and our other ongoing projects to allow more schools a chance to engage."

If you are interested in working with us to help develop a world class education for Maths, please register your interest today and contact

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