Targeted Support in Mathematics- Intensive Support

Intensive Support is available for schools that have never engaged with an NCETM Maths Hub or, due to circumstances, have paused engagement and need support to get back on track.

This bespoke support is for schools in need of developing additional capacity that will eventually enable them to benefit from the hub’s standard activity.  The intensive provision would be targeted at schools identified through a formal process based on agreed criteria (e.g., attainment level, Ofsted report references) and referral (e.g., PEIA requests).

The intended outcomes for Intensive Support are to:  

  • ensure there is capacity within the school to foster a change in culture in the teaching and learning of maths.
  • develop a strong relationship with the Maths Hub and to ensure the school successfully begins to benefit from the Maths Hub’s teaching for mastery offer.

For Intensive Support, a school is assigned an Intensive Support Partner (ISP) experienced in supporting whole school change.  Intensive Support is initially, on average, 6 days of support with additional grant funding of up to 12 days available for colleague release time to implement the agreed actions towards developing sustainable change.

If you would like to find out more or apply for intensive support please complete our enquiry form linked below: