Edinburgh Maths Circle
The Edinburgh Maths Circle is a free drop-in session where children aged 5 to 16 and their families can join in with exciting mathematical activities, games and puzzles. Students and members of staff from the School of Mathematics will be on hand to help out, and tea, coffee and juice will be provided.
To get an idea of the kind of activities you'll be able to have a go at, take a look at some of the following, courtesy of NRICH.
- Help the little monkey look after his peaches in Peaches Today, Peaches tomorrow.
- Race against time in the Stop the Clock game.
- Solve the famous Tower of Hanoi puzzle.
How do I get there?
The Edinburgh Maths Circles take place in the James Clerk Maxwell Building at the University of Edinburgh's King's Buildings campus. Signs will direct you from the entrance to Room 3217, and helpers will be on hand too. Information about travelling to the James Clerk Maxwell Building can be found here; please note additionally that parking within the King's Buildings campus is unrestricted at weekends.
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Upcoming Events14th Dec
Edinburgh Maths Circle: Teacher Event
James Clerk Maxwell Building King's Buildings EH9 3FD 10.30am-2.00pm Free
Discover how to run a Maths Circle in your school. The event is free but ticketed. For further details and to book a space, please visitthis page.