Competition Winners 11 – 13 Winner Ellie Pennell, Sandbach High School and Sixth Form College, Cheshire. 14 – 16 Winner Hannah Uzzell, Sandbach High School and Sixth Form College, Cheshire. 17 – 19 Winner Hafsa Fahim 11 – 13 Honourable Mentions Lizzy Lomas, Sandbach High School and Sixth Form College, Cheshire. Daisy Hickman, Sandbach High School and […]
Well done! You’ve made it through over a decade of compulsory education, and from now on it’s up to you to choose what you study. You’ve probably given some thought to your future career, and your choice of subjects is likely to be based upon what you intend to do after leaving school. Read more!
The e16+ Newsletter is aimed at 16 – 19 and keeps readers up to date with mathematical news, people, and activities.
“Without mathematics, there’s nothing you can do. Everything around you is mathematics. Everything around you is numbers.” Shakuntala Devi – Indian Mathematician Mathematics is everywhere – but sometimes it is hidden from view and people don’t realise how important it is. In our new competition we want you to make a poster to show people […]
In our competition we want you to make a poster showing how maths is used by today’s workforce. Posters should be eye catching and focus on one use of maths.
You could be a maths teacher looking for ideas for a school trip, or you might be an enthusiastic parent or pupil who wants to find some maths on their day off. We hope that you will find inspiration in this list of maths themed days out. Maths and History Mathematics has a long and […]
Thank you to everyone who sent in an entry for our Famous Equation contest. We had over 250 posters to judge and the standard was very high. See if you are a winner! Years 7 – 8 Winner Rubab Imran Preston Muslim Girls High School Years 9 – 11 Winner Aimee Sharp Thomas […]
Thank you to everyone who entered. We received over 120 entries and it took a while to decide on the winners. Scroll down to see if you are a winner! Years 7 – 8 Winner Aliza Alam Preston Muslim Girls School Years 9 – 11 Winner Nicole Roman Kingsbury High School Years […]
The Computer Generated Images [cgi] that are now an essential part of movies and computer games would be impossible without the underlying mathematics. And so would the design process which lies at the heart of almost anything you buy or use these days. Look around you. Cars, buildings, aeroplanes, mobile phones and tech of any […]
You have already made the decision to study maths at university, but how do you decide which courses to apply for? This article won’t tell you where to choose, but hopefully it will get you to ask the right questions, so that you can make a good decision for yourself. Will I be accepted? This […]
It’s time to celebrate Pi Day again – Happy 14th March! (Or 3.14 in the U.S. where the month and date are written the other way around.)
The world’s oldest known maths puzzle is called the Stomachion. The Stomachion is what is known as a dissection puzzle, and consists of 14 pieces inside a square. Other famous dissection puzzles include Tangrams and the Pythagorean Square Puzzle.
Eggs are nutritious and the British public love them – in fact nearly 13 billion of them are eaten each year in the UK. Every shopper is faced with a lot of choice when it comes to eggs, not only do they need to choose whether to buy free range, they also need to decide […]
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