Mr Math Weeney’s Virtual Juggling Workshop

For Maths Week 2021, at 1:30pm on the 22nd , Mr. Math Weeney is offering Virtual Juggling Workshops. The activity involves students trying the skills of juggling and using quadratic graphs to model the path of each ball. All that students will need to bring is 3 pairs of socks each to participate. Teachers will

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Cuthbert Sees Double with Sally Lunt

This workshop focuses on the doubling. Beginning with a purpose written story followed by a question-and-answer session and then an arty maths activity to reinforce learning. This workshop will help children to see that doubling a number is the same as adding the number to itself. Participating teachers need to have the following: Dice or

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The Function Room with Colm O’Regan: Maths of Climate Change

This enormous topic, we hear it everywhere. The arguments rage around us. As we oscillate between doubt, despair, small bits of hope and back to doubt, it can be hard to find out what to grab onto. We might rewild a lawn, eat more chickpeas and grow an onion but we feel a helplessness. Don’t

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Maths V Sport with Thomas Crawford

How do you take the perfect penalty? What is the limit of human endurance? Where is the best place to attempt a world record? Maths has all of the answers and I’ll be telling you how to use it to be better at sport (results may vary). Audience: TY 5th-6th Year (ROI); Y12-Y14 (NI) Register your class

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Maths Week ‘Unplugged Coding’ Multi School Workshop

Experience the world of coding without a computer in this fun, practical hands-on STEAM workshop for Primary students. Building on EPIC’s Computer Science History-at-home pack and suitable for complete beginners, this workshop will utilise cross-curricular learning to bring coding to life beyond the computer. Taking part in basic art, maths and storytelling exercises, students will

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Maths Week Mega Quiz with Franz Schlindwein

Join Franz Schlindwein for the Maths Week Mega Quiz. This transition event, in which more than 3000 pupils participated last year, is specially designed for pupils in the last year of Primary and the first year of Secondary schools. During this highly visual maths quiz, delivered live via Zoom, each class works together and submits

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Maths Week at Maynooth University – ‘Do Statisticians have Superpowers?’

Rafael de Andrade Moral has been working as an Assistant Professor of Statistics at Maynooth University since 2018, after completing a BSc in Biology and an MSc and PhD in Statistics at University of São Paulo, Brazil. He is very interested in applying mathematical and statistical tools to solve real-world problems linked to Biology, Ecology,

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