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Mathematics Teachers’ Conference

The Department of Mathematics hold an annual Maths Teachers' Conference each summer, supporting teachers from state schools around London and beyond to enrich their maths teaching and help their students take maths to the next level.

The conference aims to support teachers to prepare their students for maths beyond A level and to help teachers connect their teaching to the mathematical world outside the classroom.

The Department of Mathematics is proud to be a diverse community of mathematicians with strong links to local schools, and the Maths Teachers’ Conference is a chance to ensure we make the most of the opportunities this affords by opening our doors to local teachers, providing a space for them to develop their practice and for everyone to learn from one another.

The first Maths Teachers’ Conference was held in 2004. Previous conferences have included discussions on mathematical problem-solving, workshops on engaging students, and talks from prominent mathematicians and maths popularisers such as Dr Simon Singh MBE, Professor Alice Rogers OBE and Rob Eastaway.