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©2018 by Maths Teams

Maths Teams is a charitable incorporated organisation registered with the Charity Commission in England and Wales under number 1180961 at Kemp House, 152 - 160 City Road, London, EC1V 2NX

LAUNCHING AS MANY MATHS TEAMS AS THERE ARE FOOTBALL TEAMS

maths teams

Nurturing children’s intellectual grit and ambition 

through puzzles, logic, teamwork and a good dose of fun 

We are crowdfunding!

We have launched our first crowdfunding campaign. If we get enough pledges in the next 5 days, Hammersmith and Fulham Council will back us. We are half way there!

 

Pledging takes 30 seconds and the minimum pledge is £2. Please would you help us reach our target by pledging? Thank you!

CLOSING THE  ACHIEVEMENT GAP

Every tournament calls for teams of girls and boys in equal number, making provision for students who identify as neither. Practices are designed to get the best out of everyone, especially girls and pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds and girls. We want children to thrive in the tech-driven future they will inherit and to elevate the UK's position in science and the global economy. 

CREATIVITY, 

ELOQUENCE,

CONFIDENCE

Maths teams allow children to tackle very difficult problems using logic, teamwork and the Socratic method. It challenges and develops children's intellectual confidence, curiosity and grit. It's done through fun, teamwork, collegial competitiveness and by allowing them to present their solutions to their teammates. We want children to ambitiously pursue maths in secondary school.

PRACTISE, PRACTISE, PRACTISE (& NETWORKS)

Maths needs practise.  Regular tournaments allow us to keep up the momentum, share best practice with other teams and elevate the fun and importance of maths and logic. By bringing together children, teachers, parents, secondary school pupils, university students, employers and the wider community, we build networks that magnify the benefit of what we do.

SUPPORT CHILDREN, BOOST THE ECONOMY

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“Do not worry about your difficulties in Mathematics.  I can assure you mine are still greater.”

Albert Einstein