Good exam technique will help you present what you know in the best way. Exams are stressful, but if you are properly prepared, that stress will act in your favour. See the Revision section on how to handle that stress. Come the exam, just remember your examiners are not ‘out to get you!’ but rather […]
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!
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The National STEM Learning Centre has compiled a series of collections containing teaching resources that complement a selection of some of the interesting and informative articles found on the Maths Careers website. Each collection is designed to help teachers link a real-world idea or often-overlooked career option to the mathematics national curriculum content behind them. […]
The Rolls-Royce Science Prize is an annual awards programme that helps teachers implement science teaching ideas in their schools and colleges. The prize is open to any school or college in the UK and is a two year programme which operates as follows: Year One Up to 60 entries are awarded £1,000 Special Merit Award and requested to […]
The IMA is proud to present an afternoon of mathematics for pupils aged 16+ Thursday 23 June, 13:00 – 16:00, Kings College London, Strand Campus, Room S-2.08 An optional space for schools to eat lunch will be available from 12:00. Talks include: Boomerangs, Bouncing Balls and Other Spinning Things – Hugh Hunt (Cambridge) Confidence […]
The e16plus Newsletter is aimed at 16 – 19 year olds who are interested in mathematics. It aims to keep readers up to date with mathematical news, people, and activities. It features careers that make use of mathematics, mathematics in use in the real world, mathematical history, competitions, and much more. Read a sample issue […]
The Institute of Mathematics and its Applications is the Professional and Learned Society for mathematics in the United Kingdom and we believe all those with mathematical interests should be members. By joining the Institute you are asserting that mathematics is important to the development of society and that it should be valued, celebrated and encouraged.
Find out who won the Maths Careers & Citi Money Gallery poster competition
The competition is now closed! This year we had over 800 entries from dozens of schools around the UK.
The winners for the Poster Competition 2015 are:
The London Mathematical Society Popular Lectures present exciting topics in mathematics (and its applications) to a wide audience. Each year, the LMS Popular Lectures feature two lecturers, who have been chosen for their mathematical distinction and communication skills.
Teaching maths in secondary schools is exciting and dynamic. You can make a real difference at every level. Applications for teacher training places are made through UCAS but did you know that you can apply for a prestigious Maths Teacher Training Scholarship supported by Maths professional bodies and associations?
This page aims to provide a range of resources to support teachers in the classroom as well as parents at home.
The MTM event is organised as part of the British Applied Mathematics Colloquium (BAMC), the largest and most prestigious general meeting of academic researchers in applied mathematics in the UK. This page offers several video interviews that took place at these events.