A free enrichment day for Year 12 students taking A-level Mathematics, designed to inspire, broaden horizons and develop mathematical thinking. The day is highly interactive and will include a mix of keynote lectures and small-group workshops led by members of the University of Cambridge Mathematics Faculty.
The keynote speakers are Dr Vicky Neale (Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford) and Professor Ben Allanach (Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge).
Outline Programme - timings are provisional and may be subject to slight change:
|10.00am||Arrival and registration|
|10.30||Welcome and Introduction|
|10.35||Lecture - Dr Vicky Neale (Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford)|
|11.30||Small group interactive workshops
Each student will take part in two different highly interactive workshops during the course of the day. Workshops are led by members of the NRICH team and Cambridge Mathematics Faculty.
|12.30||Lunch (please note participants must bring a packed lunch)|
|1.15||Small group interactive workshops|
|2.20||Lecture: 'The Dark Matter Mystery and the Large Hadron Collider'
Professor Ben Allanach (Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge)
|3.15||End and depart|
How to book
Thanks to generous philanthropic support, we are able to offer free places to UK schools.
Please read the booking information carefully before registering.
Maximum 15 students per school/college, plus accompanying teachers (all student groups must be accompanied by at least one supervising teacher). Please note that this event is only open to Year 12 students studying A-level Mathematics (or equivalent, e.g. IB): it is not suitable for younger students.
This event is now fully booked: however, if you email us with a request to be added to the waiting list we will contact you if there are cancellations and any places become available. Please include your school name, the number of places you would like, and a daytime contact phone number in the email.