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Royal Institute of Great Britain's Maths Masterclassess

' Your education should help you use and develop your talents and abilities. It should also help you learn to live peacefully, protect the environment and respect other people.' Article 29 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

At Preston Park, we believe our children have the right to a world class education. This is why we have established links with the Royal Institute of Great Britain to be the first school in Brent to host the Maths Masterclasses.

The unique sessions go beyond the school curriculum and bring maths, engineering and computer science to life in surprising topics such as art and sculpture, design, medicine and cryptography.

The History of Maths Masterclasses

Ri Mathematics, Engineering and Computer Science Masterclasses are free hands-on and interactive extracurricular sessions led by talented and enthusiastic volunteers from education, academia and industry for school students all around the UK.

The Masterclass programme was started by Prof Sir Christopher Zeeman in 1981 after the popularity of his 1978 Christmas Lectures on mathematics.

The Masterclasses aim to open the eyes of young people to the excitement, beauty and value of mathematics, engineering and computer science and in turn, inspire the next generation.

  • How can our primary school particpate in Preston Park's Maths Masterclasses?

    Contact the school office and express your interest. The Maths Leader will then contact you.

  • What will the pupils learn in the Maths Masterclasses?

    Click here to see our Summer timetable.

  • Can we still get involved if we have missed the Summer Masterclasses?

    Of course, we will be running our sessions again in September. Contact the school office and we will be in touch with further details.

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