Welcome to the new look SYMH website
In each of the new sections on the front page you will see "Associated Work Groups" which will give you a link to one of the many local work groups funded this year. You will also see within each work group a section "How does my school benefit from this?" which tries to explain the benefit of engaging with a partcular work group or section of development. With over 300 schools already registered with SYMH we would love to see this figure reach beyond 500 this year to involve all schools in the region. There is something for everyone to engage with and the more of us that work collaboratively together the more we can learn from each other to support and develop our practices for the benefit of our students.
Two simple things you can do straight-away
Register your email for monthly e-newsletter update and encourage your colleagues to do the same.
Browse this website and get in touch with the work group leader (WGL) for any that interest you
Hope you have a successful year
The South Yorkshire Maths Hub is one of four hubs serving Yorkshire from a network of 35 hubs nationwide.
Funded by the Department of Education and working with the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics (NCETM), the South Yorkshire Maths Hub (SYMH) is led by Notre Dame High School supported by local universities, teaching schools and national associations. SYMH predominantly supports schools in the South Yorkshire area although all schools are welcome to engage with SYMH activity particularly North Lincolnshire, North Nottinghamshire & North Derbyshire - see the national Maths Hub website for alternative hubs in your area.
- "A resolute focus on pupil's maths outcomes" and "Determined support for all schools & colleges to improve"
Development of Teaching for Mastery across all phases.
Supporting self development of schools and encouraging professional self reflection.
Encouraging regional collaboration, networks and sharing of teaching experiences & resources
Exploring innovative teaching strategies and conducting research.
Promoting positive attitudes towards Mathematics and encouraging enhancement & extension opportunities
You can also follow us on twitter @SYMathsHub