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Forthcoming Meetings

Wednesday 22 March 2017  17:00 - 18:30 (Drink and nibbles from 16:30)

Myths around Mastery, Maintaining Magical Moments in Maths - Andrew Jeffrey

How often do you do some maths just for the fun of it? Rekindle that enjoyment.

Venue: Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge, CB4 0WA

ATM - MA Members free (please bring membership number) Students £2 - Non-Members £5


Previous Meetings

Tuesday 14th June 2016 -  17:00 - 18:30  (Tea available from 16:30)

Title: Growth mindsets and self efficacy

Venue: Donald Macintyre Building, Faculty of Education, 184 HIlls Road CB2 8PQ (parking available)

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Friday 16th March 17:00 - 18:30  (Tea available from 16:30)

Title: Ems Lord - NRICH Developments and especially the new Wildmaths Project

Venue: University of Cambridge Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge, CB3 0WA

MA/ATM members free, (please bring membership card/no) students £2, non- members £5.


Wednesday 18th June 17:00 start.

The next meeting will be at the Faculty of Education on Hills Road, Cambridg

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Wednesday 18th March 2015 17:00 - 18:30 (Entry will start from 16:30)

Mike Askew will be the guest speaker for this event. This event is free for members, but there will be a charge for others. 

Please let Lynn McClure know if you will be attending. 

Venue: University of Cambridge Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge, CB3 0WA

Tuesday 17th June 2014 Starts 17:00

Refreshments available from 16:30

University of Cambridge Faculty of Education 184 Hills Road Cambridge CB2 8PQ MA/ATM members free, (please bring membership number) students £2, non-members £5.


26 Mar 2014

This took place at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences in Cambridge. 50 delegates joined in, coming from schools and colleges in the immediate and wider area.

There was excellent representation of each phase - primary, secondary and post 16, plus additional colleagues from the local authority, ITT and local maths ed. projects.

Refreshments were available on arrival and this social half hour proved a valuable time to chat with old acquaintances and meet some new faces.

The formal part of the evening began with an update from Lynne McClure (primary) Rachel Horsman (secondary) and Peter Thomas (post -16) on the latest information on changes to the funding, curriculum, assessment......etc.

Fran Watson, the organiser of the NRICH roadshow, then led us in an hour of entertaining mathematical origami. Good fun was had by all and several attendees have already reported back that they have since used these ideas in their classrooms.

Maths for ourselves and the classroom

How often do you do some maths just for the fun of it?

Our speakers will rekindle that enjoyment and offer ideas for your classroom too.