Events for Teachers and Students

NRICH offers bespoke CPD as well as workshops for Primary and Secondary students.

Here are details of upcoming day conferences that the NRICH team is running and events to which the NRICH team is contributing.

Secondary Teacher Inspiration Programme 2016/17
Cambridge University 

The NRICH team is providing a free three-day professional development programme for teachers of mathematics at Key Stages 3, 4 and 5.

This programme includes three linked full-day events over the 2016/17 school year.

Day 1: 13 January 2017   Building NRICH into the Curriculum
Day 2: 21 March 2017      Developing your NRICH classroom
Day 3: 11 July 2017          Becoming an NRICH expert

Further details can be found here - Please note that booking has now closed

Primary Teacher and Mathematics Subject Leader days
London Mathematical Society

14 June 2017 - Every Lesson a Problem-solving Lesson 

Further details about the day and how to book can be found here


Primary Maths Subject Leader PD days
Bristol Primary Teaching School Alliance

14th November 2016 - Mastering Mathematics

9th March 2017 - Fractions Unpacked

22nd June 2017 - Every Lesson a Problem-solving Lesson

Further details, including how to book, here

NQT Inspiration Day for Primary and Secondary Teachers 2017
Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge

18th July 2017  - for primary and secondary NQTs

A free professional development event for newly qualified teachers of mathematics (NQTs) coming to the end of their first year in schools, run by the NRICH team. The event will cover Key Stages 1-4, with tailored workshops for each phase.

This event will provide the opportunity to reflect on your first full year of classroom mathematics teaching and to network and share experiences with other colleagues at the same stage in their careers.

The day will focus on:
  • Supporting the key aims of National Curriculum - problem-solving, reasoning, and fluency
  • Extending your knowledge and understanding of effective pedagogies for delivering rich mathematics in the classroom
  • Exploiting the potential of NRICH's extensive free resources to build learners' capacity to be resilient problem-solvers
Thanks to generous support from Trinity College, University of Cambridge, we can offer free places to teachers at UK state schools.

Further details, including how to book here 

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