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The King’s Factor is a free after-school programme that brings together students from Year 12 and Year 13 and gives them the opportunity to build their mathematical skills in a supportive environment. The programme consists of a series of after-school sessions led by staff from the Department of Mathematics at King’s College London and colleagues from King’s Maths School, supported by our talented undergraduate students.
Maths Circles are training sessions that promote the art of problem-solving and structured thinking. Weekly Maths Circles are embellished with Maths Battles twice a semester - mathematical debating competitions between opposing teams with the emphasis on collaborative working.
The curriculum of Maths Circles is complementary to that of secondary schools and aimed at pupils in years 7-11. Participation is free of charge. The sessions will be conducted at King's College London's Strand Campus. The programme is funded by the charity, WeSolveProblems.
Every year the Mathematics Department organises a conference for teachers. The Teachers' Conference is open to mathematics teachers from London and beyond. The Conference's contribution to widening participation was recently featured in the HEA publication Employer Engagement: Case Studies for adoption in HEI Mathematical Sciences.
King's College London Mathematics School is for students who have a fascination for mathematics.
King's College London Mathematics School is run in partnership with King's College London University, to provide high quality mathematics education in the heart of London.
The school was inspired by the Kolmogorov Physics and Mathematics School in Moscow, established in 1965 by Andrey Kolmogorov, one of the leading Mathematicians of the 20th Century.
Find out more about the Department of Mathematics.
Upcoming events in the Department of Mathematics, King's College London.
Find out about undergraduate courses in the Department of Mathematics.