Organisation for those involved in mathematics teacher training.
If you are interested in how research informs practice in maths classrooms, the British Society for Research in the Learning of Mathematics website might be the place for you.
This is a very clever bank of resources with thousands of student answers, revealing the most common misconceptions in primary and secondary maths. Sign up for free.
A professor at Cambridge, Hugh delights in giving talks on a range of topics including mathematics. See here for a current list.
The Joint Mathematical Council’s stated aim is the advancement of mathematics education, and brings together all of the key subject associations.
It’s worth using this site to find your local maths hub.
The National Association for Numeracy and Mathematics in Colleges (NANAMIC) provides professional development for numeracy and mathematics teachers and is a voice for the post-16 learning and skills sector.
Best known as a maths presenter on Countdown, Rachel also gives maths talks.