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Tuesday 5 March for Primary teachers, 16.00-16:45 GMT
Wednesday 6 March for Secondary teachers, 16.00-16:45 GMT
Mathematicians take great pleasure in being challenged by a problem they don't immediately know how to solve, and are excited by exploring a mathematical idea for the first time. They will often play with ideas, try some examples and test different approaches.
Join Liz and Charlie online to consider how we can encourage our students to work mathematically in this way.
To book, please use the appropriate Eventbrite link below:
You may wish to save the provisional dates below, when you will be able to join members of the NRICH team online for a chance to work on some problems from their latest features. All events will take place from 16:00 to 16:45 (UK time).
Tuesday 30 April 2024 - Primary teachers
(Please note that this was originally scheduled for both Primary and Secondary teachers)
Wednesday 1 May 2024 - Secondary teachers
(Please note that this additional date replaces what was originally to be a joint session the day before)
Tuesday 18 June 2024 - Primary teachers
Wednesday 19 June 2024 - Secondary teachers
More information and booking details will be available nearer the time.
The resources from previous NRICH Live events, together with video recordings, are available here.
Monday 18 March (KS3)
Tuesday 19 March (KS2)
The 2024 Cambridge Festival will feature two days of exciting and FREE talks for local school students (KS2 and KS3) at the Cambridge Sports Centre in West Cambridge. As part of each day, students will be encouraged to think mathematically with members of the NRICH team, Charlie and Liz.
For more details and booking information, please see the Cambridge Festival website.
Throughout the year, NRICH often contributes to the Cambridge Festival, Maths Week England and Maths Week London, as well as a few other events for students. When dates are confirmed, they will be listed here along with links to booking details. If you would like to be notified of the dates of future student webinars, please register for our newsletter and/or follow us on X (formerly known as Twitter).
The resources from previous NRICH student webinars, together with video recordings, are available here
Based on the popular resources enjoyed by students attending our NRICH Roadshows, these free resources enable schools to plan and deliver their own maths fairs and maths days for 5-16 year-old students (we've even included a helpful spreadsheet to support planning!).