Maths doesn’t get more topical than this! Professor Chris Budd will be giving a fascinating talk at the Museum of London on 12th November at 1pm. It’s free to attend, on a first-come, first-served basis. Check it out here.
A wonderful combination of mathematics, presenting skills and humour, Chris is an expert on the geometrical side of life. Check out his page here
The inimitable all-round nice guy and mathematician Bobby Seagull will be presenting a special Maths Week puzzle on Radio 4 to kick off Maths Week England. Listen on the radio or via BBC Sounds.
This should be amazing! The truly wonderful NRICH team is attempting to break the World Record for the most people simultaneously participating in a maths lesson! It’s free to join in – just sign up here.
This should be excellent, especially with a Keynote from Alex Bellos, who is undoubtedly one of England’s most prolific puzzle setters! Book here.
Anything by MI will be excellent, that’s for sure. Their Maths Week England show is for Y11 and Y12 students and is to be held in Birmingham. Here are the details.
This event is aimed at A-Level students, and is to be held at the University of Salford. Stats, Geometry, Fractals and more. Check it out here.
This event for GCSE students looks to have a fantastic line-up of speakers – it’s rare to see a lineup this stong in one room, so get in now!