Forthcoming Events and Activities for Teachers
CPD (Teacher Training) For A-Level Maths Teachers
Making a Success of Core 1 and Core 2 - 17th & 20th June 2013.
A 2-day course covering these two key AS Maths modules. Suitable for all exam boards. Download information + booking form.
Making a Success of Core 3 and Core 4 - 24th & 27th June 2013.
A 2-day course covering the Core 3 and Core 4modules. Suitable for all exam boards. Download information + booking form.
Making a Success of Further Pure 1 - 2nd July 2013.
A 1-day course covering key FP1 topics common to all exam boards. Download information + booking form.
Visit to your School / College
Teachers: If you're fairly close to Manchester we can come and speak to your A-level Maths students about University Maths. Contact Steven Broom for details.
We have a team of undergraduate and postgraduate maths students who have been trained as STEM ambassadors to take part in enrichment activities with local schools and colleges. The ambassadors have all been CRB checked and are available to come along to your institution to run maths enrichment activities and talk to students about studying maths at university. We have a range of activities available to our ambassadors, including More Maths Grads in a Box and the Fun Maths Roadshow. If you would like to find out more please contact Steven Broom (email@example.com).
Taking Maths Further
We organise several one day "Taking Maths Further" events throughout the year usually for a group of schools for (mainly) year 11 students. The day includes Maths talks, puzzles, a careers talk and information on studying mathematics at university. If you are interested in being involved please email Steven Broom@manchester.ac.uk
Our mailing to schools and colleges contains details of our Schools and Colleges Liaison activities. If you are a Maths teacher and would like to be on the mailing list please send your details to firstname.lastname@example.org
A-Level Maths revision days in May/June attracted 700 students
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