King's College London Mathematics School aims to be a centre of excellence for the teaching and learning of mathematics, and to provide opportunities for students with an interest and aptitude for mathematics, especially to those from backgrounds currently under-represented in the mathematical sciences.
To realise this vision, we run programmes and events for both students and teachers. All student (and some teacher) events are free of charge!
A 3 day Easter GCSE revision course for Year 11 students focussing on problem solving and exam preparation which will make the difference between a high GCSE grade and a very high GCSE grade. Find out more about SEVEN+ via the 2019 information leaflet here!
Our mathematics circle is a group of young mathematicians who meet fortnightly to engage collaboratively in mathematical thinking. Applications for 2019-20 will open soon. Find out more about the mathematics circle here!
GCSE enrichment for students
An extensive programme of enrichment for GCSE students from numerous partner schools, with classes running on weekday evenings for students in years 10 and 11. Applications for 2019-20 will open soon. Find out more via the 2018-19 information leaflet here!
Mathematics Summer School
A week long summer school at the start of July for students in year 10 who attend our GCSE enrichment, and anyone else we have room for!
A summer school at King's College London for Year 11 students who want to study Physics A-level. The summer school is for students who are from backgrounds currently under-represented in the study of Physics, and also for anyone who has compeleted two science GCSEs. Find out more about PHYSICS+ via the 2019 information leaflet here!
Further Maths course for teachers
A one-year in depth course focusing on Further Pure Mathematics, consisting of 6 training days at KCLMS and a school visit during the 2019-20 academic year. Applications will open next term.
King's Mathematics Forum
Our termly forums for mathematics teachers cover a range of topics – subject knowledge, pedagogy, mathematical research to a name a few! Applications will open next term.
If you would like to be added to our mailing list for mathematics teachers please email us at KCLMSoutreach@kcl.ac.uk