Training and events

Our events programme will help you to deliver the new AS and A levels in Mathematics and Further Mathematics with confidence.

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We run a number of events every term, including our free collaborative network events. Visit our training page below to search and book.

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Pearson Head of Mathematics conference, January 2019

We’re hosting six 1-day Heads of Mathematics conferences across the country in January 2019. Join us at a full day conference, meet the Pearson Edexcel mathematics team and network with other teachers. The morning will focus on GCSE mathematics and the afternoon will focus on A level mathematics.

The morning section will include:

• a brief update on our mathematics qualifications offer

• feedback on the GCSE mathematics summer 2018 papers looking at how students performed on the crossover questions

• a further two sessions with a choice of workshops in each.

The afternoon section will include:

• feedback on new AS & A level Mathematics papers

• 'A level Teaching & Learning (Mechanics)' - this session is aimed at delegates who have previously only taught ‘Mechanics 1’ or have no previous experience of teaching Mechanics

• A level Mathematics 'Working the with the Statistics Large Data Set'.

There will be the opportunity to network with other delegates, meet the maths team and participate in maths activities.

You can book for half a day at a cost of £30 or for the full day for £50 and lunch is included. This course will count as 3-5.5 hours towards your CPD.

For full details on the events and all the sessions and to book your place visit our training page. Booking is available from 1 November.

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Download the The Mathematics Collaborative Networks

Mathematics Collaborative Networks

Our free local teaching networks help support, train and share best practice with maths teachers and heads of department across the country.  

Promoting best practice and innovation with local support

Mathematics education is going through major reforms and redevelopment. This makes it more important than ever for teaching professionals to be kept up to date through networking and sharing best practice. That’s why we launched the Mathematics Collaborative Networks.

What are the Mathematics Collaborative Networks?

Introduced in May 2013, the Mathematics Collaborative Networks are a free Pearson initiative that sees us working with schools and colleges whose innovative maths teaching practices have shown a direct benefit to their students.

These schools and colleges become recognised as ‘hub’ centres and lead a collaborative network in their region

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