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Secondary Magazine - Issue 44: 5 things to do

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Secondary Magazine Issue 44sundial

5 things to do this fortnight

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Did you know that the Royal Statistical Society Centre for Statistical Education is moving? The University of Plymouth will now be home to the RSSCSE and, to celebrate the move, they’re hosting a series of events through the week, starting on Monday 16th November. The RSS would like to invite you to ‘Teachers’ Day’ (Improving Statistical Education in schools & colleges) on Tuesday 17 November, where you will have the opportunity to attend excellent cross-curriculum interactive workshops. More details and a booking form can be found on the RSSCSE website.

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The QCDA Countdown to Functional Skills events continue through to early November. If you’re a pilot centre for Functional Skills this could be the event for you. Details of venues and bookings can be found at the QCDA Functional Skills events website.
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Do you teach Further Mathematics? Would you like to teach Further Mathematics? The Further Mathematics Support Programme has replaced the Further Mathematics Network and is hosting a series of network launches around the country. The first of them is on 4 November at the Science Learning Centre in Durham, with a parallel event running at the University of Birmingham.
More details and a full list of events can be found on the FMSP website.

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Has your imagination been captured by the Bowland Sundials case study? If you’d like to explore the mathematics of sundials then make sure you’re in Bath on 2 November for Delineating a sundial, a talk by David Brown which will be held at Kingswood School, Bath.
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Don’t forget that the clocks go back in the early hours of Sunday 25 October so you’ll have an extra hour in bed!
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