Leading Primary Mathematics for school leaders and teachers who often directly lead a team, to support the effective teaching of mathematicsfor teachers who have, or are aspiring to have, responsibilities for leading teaching in a subject, year group, key stage or phase.

Cost – £890 (Fully Funded by the DfE– click here for more information)

Length – 12 Months

Who is it for?

– For school leaders and teachers who often directly lead a team, to support the effective teaching of mathematics. It is designed to develop expertise, skills and knowledge of participants and allows flexibility in the context to exemplify mastery approaches to teaching practices.  This course is designed for school teacher and leaders who have previously had a minimum of 1 year’s participation of the Maths Hubs Teaching for Mastery programme, or equivalent.

What does the programme include?

The aim of the NPQLPM is to provide teachers with essential knowledge, skills and concepts that underpin successful leadership of primary maths.

Following completion of the NPQLPM, participants will have covered the following areas:

    • Developing primary mathematics
    • Teaching
    • School culture
    • How pupils learn
    • Subject and curriculum
    • Classroom practice
    • Adaptive teaching
    • Assessment
    • Professional Development
    • Effective implementation

Read the full Leading Primary Maths framework here.



The NPQLPM programme is delivered over a 12 month period with 3 modules.  At the end of the taught elements you will undertake a summative assessment.




Formative assessment takes place throughout the programme, helping you understand the progress you are making, and facilitators to adapt your learning experiences.

Summative assessment takes the form of a 1500-word response to a case study, completed in a single 8-day window at the end of your programme. The assessment will give you the opportunity to demonstrate how you would deploy the knowledge, skills and understanding gained through the NPQ to lead and implement a specific aspect of change. For more information on assessments follow this link.


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Why you should do your NPQ with ALL 

Where we will be delivering this NPQ

The team behind our NPQs