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POTTERS BAR GIRL WINS MATHS PHOTO CONTEST

POTTERS BAR GIRL WINS MATHS PHOTO CONTEST

Rebecca Simpson aged 16 of Dame Alice Owens School in Potters Bar has won a national competition for teenagers to produce a creative photo connected to maths.


ACME Conference 2011, 15 March

ACME Conference 2011, 15 March

Registration for the ACME Conference is now open and will bring together key stakeholders to consider the next big issues in mathematics education in England


Primary, Secondary and Advanced Leaders Award

Primary, Secondary and Advanced Leaders Award

All awards are FREE and open to three groups of pupils: Primary (5-11), Secondary (11-16) and Advanced (17-19).


New government - new freedom ?

New government - new freedom ?

We will give a level of freedom you haven't known for decades. But, in return, we will place the greatest expectations on you any government ever has.


Ian Porteous, 1930 - 2011

Ian Porteous, 1930 - 2011

Ian Porteous died on 30 January 2011, aged 80.


Innovative Practice in Numeracy Learning - call for evidence

Innovative Practice in Numeracy Learning - call for evidence

NIACE is now seeking to gather more data on innovative delivery models for numeracy practice in order to produce a free downloadable resource to improve the quality of numeracy learning


London Mathematical Society

London Mathematical Society

Popular Lectures 2011


REVIEW OF NATIONAL CURRICULUM IN ENGLAND AND WALES

REVIEW OF NATIONAL CURRICULUM IN ENGLAND AND WALES

The Mathematical Association will be responding to the current consultation on the review of the National Curriculum in England and Wales.


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Royal Institution celebrates 30 years of Maths Masterclasses

Royal Institution celebrates 30 years of Maths Masterclasses

Professor Sir Christopher Zeeman, widely regarded as the father of maths communication, opened the 2011 Royal Institution Mathematics Masterclass organisers' conference on Friday 10th June.