Diary Dates

Thursday, March 2nd

World Book Day, the World Book Day page includes ideas for Maths activities, also many recommended books.

AQA - Read All About It
AQA – Read All About It

Wednesday. 8th March – World Maths Day

Free for all students to take part, registration opens on 22nd February, but you can pre-register to stay up to date with the latest updates and important announcements about the event; if you pre-register you will be sent a Teacher Handbook. See Frequently Asked Questions for further information. World Maths Day is designed to start simultaneously across all regions so students can compete against students from across the globe – not just in their time zone. This also means that some students will have access on the 7th of March.

March 6th – March 11th – National Careers Week

National Careers Week (NCW) is a one-week celebration of careers guidance and free resources in education across the UK. Follow National Careers Week for updates.

See Linking Curriculum Learning to Careers for guidance and resources for Mathematics.

4. Linking curriculum learning to careersAll teachers should link curriculum learning with careers. For example, STEM subject teachers should highlight the relevance of STEM subjects for a wide range of future career paths.

Tuesday, March 14th

Pi Day – why not try NASA’s Pi Day Challenge which goes live on March 9th?

Celebrate Pi Day with NASA

March 14th is also the International Day of Mathematics. The theme for 2023 is Mathematics for Everyone.

Looking at the suggestions to decorate an International Day of Mathematics event note this Mathematical Origami from the amazing Mathigon site.


Wednesday, April 26th

With the Junior Maths challenge approaching in April, a reminder of Challenge Prompts and other problem-solving resources.

Challenge Prompts – Andrew Stewart Brown

Talking of dates, we could try Days and Dates from Nrich or Calendar Maths investigation on Transum.

Transum – Calendar Investigation

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