Events for Teachers and Students


NRICH offers:

Due to the current public health crisis, many of our planned events have now been cancelled. However, the NRICH team are working to support rich mathematical learning opportunities for everyone during this period of disruption. We have a huge bank of award-winning resources, ideal for children and students to work on independently, and for teachers to use when teaching remotely.  We have created some collections of our best resources for independent learning to share with you, which you can explore here.

 

NRICH Live - A Free Professional Development Opportunity for Teachers

When: Tuesday 9 June 2020, 15.30-16.30 BST (Teachers of 5-11 year olds)

    Wednesday 10 June 2020, 15.30-16.30 BST (Teachers of 11-16 year olds)

 
Location: Online only


Information about the event including how to book can be found here.

 


Year 7 Day: Making Mathematicians

When: Tuesday 16 June 2020 
Time: Registration from 9.30 for a 10.00 start - the event finishes at 14.00 
Location: Centre for Mathematical Sciences (CMS), Cambridge

Information about the event can be found here.

NOTE: Unfortunately this event has now been cancelled due to the ongoing public health emergency.

 


Year 6 Day: Making Mathematicians

When: Tuesday 7 July 2020
Time: Registration from 9.30 for a 10.00 start - the event finishes at 14.00
Location: Centre for Mathematical Sciences (CMS), Cambridge

Information about the event can be found here.

NOTE: Unfortunately this event has now been cancelled due to the ongoing public health emergency.

 



Teacher CPD

Whole Class learning - teaching mathematics using low threshold high ceiling tasks.

When: Thursday 9 July 2020
Time: Registration from 09.30 for a 10.00 start - the day finishes at 16.00.
Location: Centre for Mathematical Sciences (CMS), Cambridge

Information about the event can be found here.

NOTE: Unfortunately this event has now been cancelled due to the ongoing public health emergency.

 


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