**Thursday, March 2nd **

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

**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 careers | All 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?

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.

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