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NPQ Leading 
Primary Maths

Who is the NPQ Leading Primary Maths (NPQLPM) aimed at?

Teachers and leaders with responsibility for leading maths across primary key stage or school, or those who want to have this responsibility.


For NPQLPM, participants must have a secure understanding of mastery approaches to teaching maths from the Teaching for Mastery programme, or equivalent.

What will you learn?

You’ll develop the knowledge, skills and expertise that underpin the effective leadership of mathematics.


Modules include: Teaching, implementation, school culture, how pupils learn, subject and curriculum, classroom practice, adaptive teaching, assessment, and professional development.

Course length

12 months

Course partners

The NPQLPM course is delivered in partnership with either Teach First or the National Institute of Teaching (NIoT). Participants have the options of choosing either provider for this course, however, your lead provider would be NELT Teaching School Hub.


Teach First: £899

NIoT: £850

All state schools may be eligible for fully-funded NPQLPM places, subject to availability.

How to apply with Teach First

Step 1: Apply via the DFE, linked here, and select NELT as the partner provider


Step 2: Complete an online application form, linked here, and return it to

How to apply with NIoT

Step 1. Apply via the DFE, linked here, and select NELT as the partner provider

Step 2: Complete an online application form, linked here

We offer:  

  • Exceptional nationally recognised professional development training  

  • Established Research School to underpin evidence-based practice  

  • Experienced staff to support your journey 

  • Extensive network of schools and teachers to help to support your career 

How participants benefit: 

  • Supported professional development leading to a valuable, nationally recognised qualification 

  • An opportunity to develop skills and knowledge in specialist areas and school leadership while valuing your time 

  • Possible career advancement into a specialist area 

How schools benefit: 

  • Build capacity to develop expertise in high quality teaching practice 

  • Developing and retaining excellent teachers and specialists in behaviour and culture 

  • Empowering your colleague to drive change aligned with your school’s strategy 

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Get in touch about the NPQLPM

To discuss the NPQLPM or NPQs in general you can speak to our Operations Manager, Leanne Storr, who can talk you through the high quality provision on offer from NELT Hub as well as how to apply. Call Leanne on 0191 518 0222 or email us using the link below.

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