- Teaching for Mastery
- Headteacher Advocates
Rory Michael, Jo Cerullo and Julia Humphrey all model and communicate effective leadership of Teaching for Mastery within their own schools and trusts. They are available to work alongside primary school leaders across the Hub region.
Julia Humphrey joined Cringleford CEVA Primary School as Headteacher in September 2021. Before this she was an Executive Headteacher for four years, leading three schools, all of whom were academies within Sapientia Education Trust.
Having seen the positive difference of participating in mastery training and staff development from working with the Maths Hub while an Executive Headteacher, Julia signed Cringleford CEVA Primary School up to the Angles Maths Hub soon after her appointment.
Cringleford is a two form entry primary school, with asignificant number of children with English as an additional language. Enabling children to develop strong mathematical knowledge through considered, explained and modelled vocabulary is an area she is keen to prioritise.
Julia enjoys every opportunity to encourage leaders and teachers on their journey towards improvement and so, when asked, she was keen to be an advocate. Julia hopes to be inspired through collaboration with other schools, knowing that this will be a source of support for Cringleford too.