The group will provide advice to the Prime Minister and Secretary of State for Education on how to implement the mission for all young people to study maths to age 18.
The Prime Minister has set a new mission for all young people to study mathematics to age 18, helping them develop the knowledge and skills they need to be better equipped for the modern economy.
The advisory group will collate evidence and provide advice on the essential maths knowledge and skills young people need to study and how this should be reflected in a post-16 education system.
Terms of reference
Current members are:
- Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock MBE, Chancellor, University of Leicester
- Peter Cooper, Executive Principal and CEO, Heart of Mercia Multi-Academy Trust
- Lucy-Marie Hagues, CEO, Capital One UK
- Professor Jeremy Hodgen, Professor of Mathematics Education, University College London
- Simon Lebus, Non-Executive Chairman, Sparx
- Tim Oates CBE, Group Director of Assessment Research and Development, Cambridge University Press and Assessment
- Charlie Stripp MBE, CEO, MEI and Director, National Centre for Excellence in Teaching of Mathematics
- Fionnuala Swann, Assistant Principal (Academic), Nelson and Colne College Group