At the East London Teaching School Hub, we work with local curriculum hubs to map out the range of high-quality; high-impact teacher development programmes on offer.
Our aim is to make it easier for schools and teachers to find professional development opportunities that best meet their specific needs, and in turn, help enhance educational outcomes across Hackney and Tower Hamlets.
Information about our local Curriculum Hubs
Please make sure you are looking at the correct borough for your school.
London North East Maths Hub is led by Elmhurst Primary and serves the borough of Hackney.
The aim of the Hub is to ensure that all pupils, teachers and leaders have access to support, training and innovation that improves the enjoyment and achievement of mathematics, from early years through to post-16 provision.
The Hub works with successful established mathematics communities across the North East London region, as well as national partners and mathematics associations.
The Hub offers a collaborative, supportive approach that empowers teachers and schools to improve their provisions of phonics and early language development to ensure that all pupils get the outcomes they deserve.
New Wave Teaching School English Hub works with Hubs in the south of England to support eligible schools to assess their phonics provision and select and purchase accredited SSP programmes.
A Music Education Hub is a partnership, led by a Hub Lead Organisation, that is responsible for supporting, delivering and enabling access to music education activity for children and young people within a local area. Hackney: https://www.hackneymusic.co.uk
London South East Plus Maths Hub, led by Redriff Primary, serves the borough of Tower Hamlets. The hub supports schools and colleagues to achieve excellence in mathematics education from Early Years to Post-16.
The collaborative professional development projects empower teachers to develop their subject and pedagogical knowledge, skills and autonomy and to improve all learners’ experience of Maths. The Hub is a fast-growing network of maths leaders, teachers and professionals who are committed to ensuring the best possible experience of mathematics for all learners.
New Vision English Hub serves the borough of Tower Hamlets. The English Hub supports schools in achieving excellence in teaching early reading and early language development. They provide funding and free support to schools in North East London and Essex.
New Vision English Hub is based at Elmhurst Primary School, an outstanding school in the heart of Newham.
A Music Education Hub is a partnership, led by a Hub Lead Organisation, that is responsible for supporting, delivering and enabling access to music education activity for children and young people within a local area.
Tower Hamlets: https://thames.towerhamlets.gov.uk
Hackney and Tower Hamlets’ local Computing Hub is led by Setsa.
Computing Hubs are part of a network of National Centre for Computing Education (NCCE) Computing Hubs across the country. The network is led by STEM learning in conjunction with Raspberry Pi Foundation and BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT.
The national programme of Primary & Secondary CPD:
Aims to improve teachers’ subject knowledge & confidence in all aspects of computing to support the National Curriculum teaching requirements at Key Stages 1 – 4
Provides practical advice on how to teach this to pupils
Aims to improve girls’ engagement in secondary school computing and computer science
Aims to upskill participating teachers to teach the new knowledge-rich GCSE Computer Science more effectively (via the Computer Science (CS) Accelerator programme)
Aims to train and certify 8,000 secondary computing teachers (via the CS Accelerator programme)
All SETSA’s latest computing courses can be found here
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