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 […]
This site is a resource to provide a single starting point for those wishing to know where studying mathematics can lead. The website has a particular focus on young people between the age of 11 and 19. In this section you will find a range of resources that support the teaching of maths in the classroom. These resources can also be drawn on by parents and those who run enrichment activities such as after school STEM clubs. Read more!
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 […]
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.
Euler’s Number, written as e, is probably the second most famous mathematical constant after Pi. But what is Euler’s Number, and how do we calculate it?
Here is a list of maths quotes which you might want to print out and put on your classroom wall. Inspire your pupils and show them that maths is great!
Maths is used in a variety of ways in the finance sector and around 20% of maths graduates enter this field. Find out more about finance career options.
A-level Mathematics is one of the most widely accepted and respected subject choices by universities. Read about how it can enhance your course options.
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