The AMSP organises many local teacher networks around the country. The networks focus on sharing good practice, professional development and promoting developments in teaching and learning.
Meetings usually take place once each term after school and the agenda for each meeting is set by the network members. Joining one of these networks can be a great way to get to know other mathematics teachers in your region and share ideas. It also give members the chance to request input on particular curriculum areas or educational developments which can be provided by inviting expert speakers to present at a meeting.
Most of the networks focus on teaching and learning for post-16 mathematics, but an increasing number of networks now offer support for, or specialise in, Key Stage 4 mathematics.
This map shows the location of all the AMSP teacher networks active in 2018-19. Click on any map pin to see more details including the Area Coordinator's contact email address:
More information about forthcoming meetings can be found on your regional page or email the Area Coordinator responsible for a particular network for more information about how to get involved.
If there is currently no network near you and you would be interested in helping to run one in your area, contact your local AMSP Area Coordinator to discuss how to get involved.
The FMSP has been superseded by the AMSP