A Festival of Maths for Sixth Formers

4 & 5 Feb 2020, Kensington Town Hall, London.

24 March 2020, Leeds Playhouse Theatre,Leeds.

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See testimonials from teachers and students below to get an idea of what to expect at Maths Fest.
Student performing in  the Maths Slam 2018

Interactive Features


‘Taking part in the Maths Slam has really helped me build my confidence and improve my mathematical communication skills.’
Maths Slam participant, Birmingham 2018

‘The puzzles to do over the breaks were perfect.’ Teacher, London 2018

‘The interactivity with the students was excellent.’ Teacher, London 2018


Photo: A student taking part in the Maths Slam.


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Celebrity Mathematicians


‘The best part of the day was seeing mathematicians talk with passion about non-syllabus topics.’
 Teacher, London 2018

‘Just sheer quality of the speakers is wonderful.’ Teacher, Birmingham 2019

‘The best part of the day is Matt Parker signing calculators.’ Teacher, London 2019


Photo: Speaker James Grime chatting to students at lunchtime.


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Appropriate Content


‘Easy to access but lots of WOW moments.’
Teacher, Birmingham 2019

‘Maths Fest is the best event for high achieving students.’ Teacher, Birmingham 2019

‘I liked that recent and current research was presented, not just standard problems.’ Teacher, Birmingham 2019


Photo: Matt Parker, Katie Steckles and James Grime fielding students’ questions during ‘Numberphile Live’.


Ben Sparks performing at Maths Fest

Inspiring Talks


‘It blows your mind!’
Student, Year 12, London 2019

‘Our students were enthusiastic about ALL the speakers.’ Teacher, Birmingham 2019

‘Hannah Fry’s talk inspired and gave our students an indication/flavour of the future direction of maths.’ Teacher, Birmingham 2019


Photo: Ben Sparks presenting his talk ‘Windmills of your Mind’.