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We are a collaborative enterprise comprising of four education and mathematics partner organisations, all of which are departments of the University of Cambridge. We are committed to championing and securing a world class mathematics education for all students from 3 – 19 years old, applicable to both national and international contexts and based on evidence from research and practice. The project is being headed on behalf of the partners by a team of maths education specialists.
Lynne has been Director of Cambridge Mathematics since its inception in November 2014.
Lynn is Lynne McClure's PA and also provides administrative support to the entire Cambridge Maths team.
Tabitha is part of the Framework Design team at Cambridge Mathematics and is currently working on the 'number' strand of the framework.
Rachael is leading on writing and strategy development for Cambridge Mathematics, ensuring current and future maths curricula and qualifications are incorporated into the programme.
Ellen contributes to the research base of the Cambridge Mathematics Framework through review and evaluation of current empirical and theoretical research in mathematics education.
Darren is investigating and writing content for the 'statistics' strand of the Cambridge Mathematics Framework.
Lucy works in Research and Communications for Cambridge Mathematics and is the editor of Mathematical salad (the Cambridge Maths blog) and writer of Espressos.
Ben is developing the online interface the team uses to visualise and edit the Cambridge Mathematics Framework.
Ray is working on Cambridge Mathematics' visual identity, website management, SEO, social media and the UI for the framework.
Dominika is supporting the Cambridge Mathematics team with research elements of the project.
The people below are former members of the Cambridge Mathematics team. We gratefully acknowledge their contributions to the project.
Tony was the Cambridge Mathematics project's Programme Manager
Vinay was part of the Framework design team at Cambridge Mathematics, working on the ‘number’ strand of the Framework.
Sarah worked part-time as an Administrator for Cambridge Mathematics.