Maths in Action: London

The Training Partnership

Maths in Action: inspirational, educational and fun

In five informative, engaging and interactive sessions designed to complement the KS5 curriculum, our crack team of mathematicians are sure to inspire your students. Each day includes a diverse range of topics from statistics and engineering to data science and pure mathematics for the benefit of your pupils. 

Dates and speakers:

Thu, 22 Nov 2018:

Rob Bennett, Bloodhound SSC - 'How to build a 1000mph car'

Emily Shuckburgh, British Antarctic Survey - 'The maths of weather and climate'

Kyle Evans, Lecturer and maths musician - 'The 12 days of Christmaths'

 

Wed, 12 Dec 2018:

Rob Bennett, Bloodhound SSC - 'How to build a 1000mph car'

Jacek Brodzki, University of Southampton- 'The shape of data

Kyle Evans, Lecturer and maths musician - 'The 12 days of Christmaths'

 

Please note that many schools book in the spring or summer term and amend in September. Consequently, many days fill quickly. No deposit is required at the time of booking.

 

 

 

Expected outcomes

Students will be inspired and motivated

They will have a better understanding of key topics

They will be encouraged to pursue their Maths studies to a higher level

They will have a better understanding of where those studies might lead

They will be better equipped to achieve the best possible exam results

To book this activity, please contact:
Anne Powell
office@thetrainingpartnership.org.uk
http://www.thetrainingpartnership.org.uk/study-days/subjects/maths/

Emmanuel Centre
9 - 23 Marsham Street
SW1P 3DW London
England

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