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Secondary Magazine - Issue 30: 5 things to do

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Updated on 27 April 2009 by ncetm_administrator

Secondary Magazine Issue 30

5 things to do this fortnight

Have you read ACME’s briefing note about the future of GCSE Mathematics? You can download it here.

Are you starting to think about enrichment opportunities for the summer term? Download the STEM Directory of Mathematics 2008/2009 for details of enrichment and enhancement activities. 

Are you registered for the Mathematical Association conference? It runs from 14 to 17 April at Robinson College, Cambridge. More details and a booking form can be found here.

Have you seen the free new ATM resource? The ATM Conference takes place from 6 to 9 April and this year there’s a special event on the Monday night in which you can meet new people whilst finding the relevant maths in pictures that you could take in everyday situations. There’s a gallery of images here for you and your class to practise on.

The Grand National is on 4 April. Time to do some practical probability?!
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