7th January 2005 at 00:00


The annual conference of the National Association of Mathematics Advisers will be held at The Sandbanks Hotel, Poole, Dorset, March 15-18, on the theme "Who Counts". Speakers include Professor Marcus du Sautoy, Mathematical Institute, Oxford University and Royal Society university research fellow. Workshops include ICT and professional development for teachers and advisers.

Telfax: 01453 845517 (evening) Email:

BCME-6: Routes of Unity, a combined conference of all the main UK mathematical organisations will be held at Warwick University, March 30-April 2. Speakers include: Maths Czar Professor Celia Hoyles and Rob Eastaway, expert in creative problem solving, presenter and author.

Fee: pound;330 members; pound;260 students; day rate: pound;120.

BCME-6 Delegate Section, co The Mathematical Association, 259 London Road, Leicester LE2 3BE.

Cambridgeshire's education department is holding a conference for teachers called "Creativity Counts" at Peterborough's Marriott Hotel on February 2-3. Speakers include: Professor John Mason, founder member of the Open University Centre for Mathematics Education, who has written a report on creativity in maths for a QCA project; Hattie The Clown (aka Sue Brown, maths advisory teacher for Harrow); and New London Orchestra, which will explore the link between maths and music.

Non-residential fee: pound;185 local education authority delegates; pound;230 non-LEA.

Tel: 0845 0455200; 0345 045 5222 Email:

The Mathematical Association is holding a series of three further mathematics teachers' courses to help schools introduce further maths at AS-level and beyond. Course leader will be Charlie Stripp, chair of the MA's teaching committee. The dates and a London venue have yet to be confirmed. Fee: Pounds 150, pound;120 members for one day; pound;300, pound;250 members for all three days.

Tel: 0116 221 0013

Smile Mathematics courses held at the Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, London WC1 include: enriching maths at KS3 and 4; and data handling for secondary maths, fee per course pound;95. Inset courses are also available. Fee: pound;250 half day; pound;400 full day plus travelsubsistence expenses.

Tel: 020 7612 658991 Email:

Smartmove Interactive Learning trains teachers and other education professionals to become the school'sdepartment's interactive whiteboard trainer. Courses particularly aimed at KS3-4 maths teachers will be held in the North East, January 18, Doncaster, January 25, Nottingham, February 1 and Manchester, March 1.

Fee: pound;235 plus VAT.

Tel: 01937 830429

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