The MA is saddened to learn that Dr Margaret Rayner, Emeritus Fellow in Mathematics at the University of Oxford, died on 31 May 2019. Dr Rayner was President of The Mathematical Association in 1987.
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The Mathematical Association is delighted to announce that Ems Lord, the Director of NRICH, became the MA's President for 2019-20 President
A principal objective for the MA is "to promote and support the professional development of teachers", and so its Professional Development Committee organises a range of PD events for teachers of mathematics. The MA is an NCETM accredited provider of mathematics CPD courses and events.
The MA offers a variety of support for primary teachers and primary schools. We have a dedicated primary journal, offering a mixture of theory and practice, as well as ideas for instant classroom use. The Primary Mathematics Challenge, a fabulous resource for extending able children and developing problem solving skills with pupils in Y5 and Y6 and the First Mathematics Challenge for Y3 and Y4.
The MA, the first subject teaching association ever formed in England, has always focused on developing and supporting school mathematics.
The MA has a long-standing commitment to post-16 mathematics education, in schools, colleges, universities and other settings.