Organisation for those involved in mathematics teacher training.
If you are interested in how research informs practice in maths classrooms, the British Society for Research in the Learning of Mathematics website might be the place for you.
Based you-know-where, Cambridge Maths produce (amongst other things) succinct summaries of current research around aspects of the teaching and learning of mathematics.
The Joint Mathematical Council’s stated aim is the advancement of mathematics education, and brings together all of the key subject associations.
The LMS exists to promote the advancement of mathematics throughout the UK. They do so with lectures, research, talks, grants and events. Find them here.
It’s worth using this site to find your local maths hub.
Fully-inclusive organisation for adults who enjoy meeting in a bar once a month to do maths puzzles etc. Meets in many towns and cities around the world.
This is a family-facing charity, aimed at raising confidence and enjoyment levels around mathematics for all. They run free public events in libraries and community centres; develop programmes and resources to aid parental engagement in maths for schools; and have a wide range of free activities on their website suitable for use at home as well as in schools and community settings.
Find out more here.
Their vision is that every child, regardless of their background, is supported at home to fulfill the academic potential. Their mission is to motivate and empower families to have enjoyable learning experiences together. They do this by providing parents with videos, games, and activities, chosen by their child’s teacher. We partner with schools to drive and monitor effective parental engagement and to support disadvantaged families. Check them out here.