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. 

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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. We currently have 'hub' centres in the following regions:

Ascot Barnet Birmingham (central)
Blackburn Blackpool Bristol
Bromley Cornwall Coventry
Croydon Cumbria Derby/Derbyshire
Devon Dorset Durham
Grimsby Hull Isleworth
Kent Lancashire Leeds
Loughton, Essex Nantwich/Cheshire Northampton
Norwich, Norfolk Ormskirk/St Helens Rayleigh, Essex
Rugby Salford Stevenage
Swindon Tyne & Wear/Northumberland Warwickshire
West Midlands Widnes/Liverpool South Manchester/Cheshire
Wirral West Sussex  

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Search our upcoming network events and book online now.

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For queries about these events, please email mathsevents@pearson.com.

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Case study

Gumley House Convent School FCJ became a Mathematics Collaborative Hub for Pearson in 2013 and since then has led a network of local schools and colleges. Read the case study below

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