These teachers are visiting under a new round of a teacher exchange programmes agreed between the Shanghai Education Commission and the British Department for Education late last year.
In exchange, Shanghai will send 34 maths teachers to visit schools in England in November and another 36 in January next year, the commission said.
England is the first country to launch an official programme to learn teaching skills from Shanghai.
A total of 50 maths and science teachers visited Shanghai in 2013 and 2014 to take part in a training programme at Shanghai Normal University, the city’s top teacher training facility.
In September 2014, 71 maths teachers from across England travelled to Shanghai, where they spent time with their peers in high-performing schools and colleges, observing teaching and discussing learning methods.
The teacher-led exchanges are expected to promote excellence in the teaching of maths, the Department of Education in London said.