King's College London Mathematics School
King’s College London announced in December 2012 that it was establishing a specialist sixth form for talented young mathematicians as part of the Government’s plans to improve mathematics education in the state sector and to increase the number of mathematically talented young people with the right levels of attainment to study STEM subjects at top universities. The school will open in September 2014 and be based in the Waterloo area.
Watch the video interview with the incoming School Head, Dan Abramson, where he sets out his vision for the King’s College London Mathematics School and explains:
- How he first became interested in mathematics
- The purpose of the School, its size and catchment area
- Its governance and funding structure
- Its links with King’s College London
- The breadth of its curriculum (Maths, Further Maths and Physics to ‘A’ level plus a broader general curriculum including other sciences, economics, humanities and languages)
- The admissions criteria and how to apply
- Open days (Friday, 27 September 2013, Thursday, 16 October 2013 and Tuesday, 12 November 2013) and taster sessions
- Why talented young mathematicians across London should consider this sixth form
Read more about the King’s College London Mathematics School on the dedicated web pages
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