Charlotte Madine

Charlotte Madine

Charlotte is currently Chair of the Mathematics Recovery Council UK and Ireland and has been an active member of the Maths Recovery community for over 20 years. She has extensive national and international experience working with students, teachers and Local Authorities to improve the quality of mathematics instruction including supporting large-scale initiatives and implementations of Maths Recovery.

Charlotte was Senior Adviser with the National Strategies where she led programmes of work delivered nationally, implementing national policy and strategy to secure improved standards in literacy and numeracy. Prior to this she was a classroom teacher, an advisory teacher and Numeracy Consultant for Knowsley MBC in the North West of England leading improvement and change.

Charlotte has written and edited for publishers on mathematics and was a contributing author to ‘Teaching Number in the Classroom’ Sage Publications 2006/2014.

Charlotte holds a B.A., P.G.C.E. and a Certificate in the Advanced Study of Education (Maths Recovery) from Liverpool University and a N.P.Q.H. from Manchester University. She is an NCETM Professional Development Accredited Lead and is currently Honorary Secretary for the National Association of Mathematics Advisers (NAMA) and contributes to their professional development programme of events.

Recent News & Events


Welcome to the new Maths Recovery website.

Thank you to @Collab_LR and @NAMA_UK for a great #cpdsaturday with @watanabeKSU exploring #TTP. Rich discussion face to face for a change… @geoffwake1 @RuthTrundley @mattlewis73 @AccomplishEdu @ProfSmudge @mikeaskew26

Treat your class to some lovely new puppets - THEY’RE CURRENTLY HALF PRICE!

Puppets are great learning resources, use them to:

🌟Bring your story telling to life
🌟Help children with counting
🌟Help children to understand school expectations and reinforce behaviour policies

1. Use 7,3 to make 2-dig numbers. Find the diff. between them. M

2. Try 6,2. What do you notice?

3. Try some more. Reorganise the results.

4. What’s changing, what’s stays the same? Why?

Teaching through problem solving with @watanabeKSU at @Collab_LR @NAMA_UK

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