The Maths Hub programme, backed by funding from the DFE, now has 37 school-based hubs across the country. Our objective is to improve maths education for children and teenagers, by developing and increasing collaboration between mathematics education professionals, schools, colleges and universities.The Maths Hub national programme continues to grow. To further develop how schools can engage with Maths Hubs, there is a greater clarification of each Maths Hub area and how it fits within the wider national picture. Our hub works to provide the best possible support for schools in Northumberland, Gateshead, Newcastle, North Tyneside, South Tyneside and Sunderland. We continue to work in collaboration with Archimedes Maths Hub to meet the needs of all schools across the North East region, so please don’t hesitate to contact us if you are close to a border.
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Farewell to one of the greats, and Old Pauline, Nicholas Parsons.
We are deeply saddened by the news of the passing of Nicholas Parsons CBE, yet immensely proud of the achievements of this great man. The St Paul’s School Community sends its heartfelt condolences to his wife Ann and his family.
We are looking for a suitable space to exhibit our 100 Violets winning teams projects on Saturday 21st March!Must be a space which is open to the public,so exhibitors can showcase their projects!If you have a space we could use,or could put us in touch with someone - please PM!
The #Huawei statement is a mess, due to Govt lack of investment in infrastructure & strategic engineering capability as well as short-term/cost-based regulatory approach. Not being able to guarantee interoperability or future UK capability shows they haven't learnt their lessons.
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