Roade English Hub
Roade Primary School was proud to be designated as one of the government’s English Hubs in 2018. The teaching of phonics and reading is incredibly important to us and we love to share what we do with other schools.
Roade English Hub provides support to local schools, academies and free schools to improve teaching of phonics, early language and reading in Reception and Year 1.
At Roade Primary School teachers teach phonics use Read, Write Inc and if you come to a showcase event you will see this demonstrated by class teachers. It is important to note that our Hub Literacy Specialists are trained to a high level in all the main phonics schemes and will be able to support your school whatever scheme you choose to use. Regardless of which scheme a school selects –it is the rigour and the consistency that is in place that ultimately sees it as successful.
EMS Maths Hub
We are part of a national network of 40 Maths Hubs in England, working together in the national Maths Hubs programme, which began in 2014. The programme is funded by the Department for Education (DfE) and coordinated by the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics (NCETM). Find out more about the programme at www.ncetm.org.uk/maths-hubs
Enigma Maths Hub
Enigma Maths Hub provide free and funded leadership and professional development activities across Milton Keynes, Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire, Luton and Aylesbury Vale.
If you teach, or are in any way involved in maths education, in the area served by Enigma Maths Hub, then you are already part of our hub. This includes teachers in all phases from Early Years to post-16, teaching assistants, senior leaders, and anyone else involved in the maths education of young people.
All these people teaching in state-funded schools can access free or funded support from their Maths Hub.
East Midlands Early Years Stronger Practice Hub (Pen Green)
Stronger Practice Hubs aim to support early years settings and childminders to address the impact of the pandemic on young children, by sharing effective practice and building lasting local networks.
Pen Green will be working in partnership with Kingswood Community Nursery (Corby), Leona Smith (childminder in Leicestershire) and Charnwood Nursery and Pre-School (Leicestershire) to form the Stronger Practice Hub for the East Midlands.
Stronger Practice Hubs will support early years settings and childminders to improve outcomes for children in their local area across the Early Years Foundation Stage, but specifically focusing on areas of development that research informs us have been most impacted by COVID-19: personal social and emotional development (PSED); communication and language, and early literacy and maths.
Milton Keynes & Northamptonshire Computing Hub
The Denbigh School Computing Hub is based at Denbigh School in Milton Keynes and provides Professional Development for Computing Teachers across the region being part of a collaborative network of 38 Computing Hubs nationally.
The NCCE will provide teachers from Early Years Foundation Stage children through to Post 16 students, with the confidence, knowledge, and skills to teach computing effectively, in order to have the best possible impact on students’ learning and lifelong outcomes.
The Computing Hub region includes schools and colleges in Milton Keynes and Northamptonshire.
National Centre for Computing Education East Midlands (NCCE)
Science Learning Partnership - DTSA
Language-Driven Pedagogy - MFL Centre for Excellence
We provide a comprehensive programme of CPD showing how the recommendations from the MFL Pedagogy Review (2016) can be operationalised through a language-led, knowledge-rich and practice-based curriculum, whereby the three language knowledge strands: phonics, vocabulary and grammar underpin the development of confident communication, cultural understanding and creative use of language.