Boolean Maths Hub Newsletter - September 2019

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We are really excited to bring you our latest newsletter with details of our professional development projects this year.      

The Maths Hubs' professional development projects for 2019/20 have something for everyone, across all phases.  Boolean work groups are led by a Local Leader of Maths Education and comprise of between 3 and 7 days (some half days) spread across the year.

Work groups are FREE to participate!

Please see the newsletter attached for further details of our work groups and how to register your interest.  There are limited places on many of the work groups and these fill up quickly.

We are looking forward to working with you and your schools this year.



Are you a Maths SLE? Would you like to join the Maths SLE School Improvement Support Programme?

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This programme is for SLEs who want support with developing approaches to maths improvement work.    

Boolean Maths Hub have six sponsored places available (to cover supply costs) in this second application round!

For further details, please view the flyer.

If you would like to apply for a sponsored place please note the deadline is Monday 16 September.

Application forms are available here . Application forms should be emailed directly to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

System Leader Newsletter August 2019

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For the latest System Leaders Newsletter, please click here.

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South West SEND Conference 2019, ‘Working Together’, Promoting Mainstream and Special School Collaboration

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Have you booked your tickets yet for the Joint SEND Conference 2019 at the Haynes International Motor Museum in Somerset on 7th November? The day has been built around the theme of mainstream and special schools supporting each other’s SEND provision, sharing the great practice that exists in both sectors.

If you are ………..

  • A school leader in either a mainstream or a special school who wants to learn about the SEND support the other sector can offer
  • A mainstream SENCO looking to access SEND support from a specialist teaching school or a special school
  • Special school staff looking to make links with mainstream schools on curriculum development, subject specialism, etc.
  • Teaching school staff who want the latest information on the future direction of the teaching schools agenda and the ‘school-led system’
  • SEND staff in either sector looking for ideas and inspiration ………

………. then this is definitely the day for you! With generous sponsorship from both the Teaching School Council (SW) and SWALSS, we are able to offer the day at extremely low cost in the hope that as many of you as possible will be able to attend. I do hope you will join us.

For further details and how to book, please click here.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Issy Johnson, SWALSS on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.