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The Teaching of Mathematics is Evolving Rapidly


The annual MathSpeak conference, inaugurated in London in Autumn 2013, is a mathematics conference that will appeal to senior teachers and school leaders. It provides practical advice and hands on sessions for those managing Mathematics staff and resources at secondary level, those integrating problem solving into the curriculum, and those grappling with engaging students and optimising the latest 21st century technologies. Return here soon for dates and venues for 2016.


Goal of the Conferences:


To provide a forum for senior Mathematics teachers and school leaders to share experience, see best practice and understand the latest developments in the teaching of mathematics to the 11 to 19 cohort.



We are delighted to announce that Hannah Fry was the 2015 key note speaker. Dr Hannah Fry is a lecturer in the Mathematics of Cities at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at UCL. Alongside her academic position, Hannah is currently an EPSRC public engagement fellow, taking the joy of maths into theatres, pubs and schools. She also co-presents the BBC worldwide YouTube channel BritLabs (formerly Headsqueeze) and regularly appears on TV and radio in the UK. 

2017 Conference


The 2017 MathSpeak conference will be held jointly with the Assessment TOmorrow Scottish e-Assessment event in Edinburgh on 26th January 2017 click here for more details, or contact to find out about speaking, supporting, exhibting or attending.


All delegates attending the conference received a copy of Hannah Fry’s new book

“The Mathematics of Love’’


‘... a mathematician pulls back the curtain and reveals the hidden patterns—from dating sites to divorce, sex to marriage—behind the rituals of love...’

Features of the 2015 event
  • reduced fees for returning delegates

  • Hannah Fry key note speaker,

  • delegates to receive a copy of  ‘The Mathematics of Love’ (Hannah Fry)

  • workshops and interactive sessions for those managing the delivery of  maths curriculum and those managing maths teachers,

  • speakers with classroom experience,

  • ‘brains trust’ Q&A panel,

  • exhibition of important providers,

  • opportunity to network & meet fellow practitioners.

  • closing session including focus on Financial Literacy 


Plenary sessions with high profile speakers at start and conclusion of the day, parallel sessions through the day on subjects such as


  • Breakout 1: The Problem Solving Journey (KS3, KS4 and KS5), chaired by Grahame Smart

  • Breakout 2: Maths across the Curriculum chaired by Mo Lodak,  Thomas Deacon School 

  • Breakout 3: Technology for Student Engagement, chaired by Olly Trussell, Princes Risborough School 

  • Breakout 4: Briefing for Senior Leaders, chaired by Jon Munt, former AHT Forest Hill School


The 2015 conference also featured an expert panel in ‘Brains Trust’ session - sure to be a lively and informative session.


Final Session - including the Importance of Financial Literacy in the Maths Classroom with


Ambarish Datta, MD and CEO of Bombay Stock Exchange Institute 

Russell Winnard, pfeg (Personal Finance Education Group) and


Nick Price, Principal, Everest Community College 


Why be Involved?

Why be involved in the MathSpeak Conferences?


There is no comparable event to MathSpeak, where Maths Teacher and practitioners can share experience, knowledge and best practice in the teaching Maths with fellow practitioners, experts and suppliers.


Where else can you tackle the key issues involved Teaching Maths in the modern age



America Square Conference Centre 
1 America Sq 
17 Crosswall 
London EC3N 2LB 
Tel: 0207 706 7700

Contact Us

The MathSpeak team have a long and succesful career in the teaching and assessment of Mathematics at all levels. To ask them about the confernece or any other issue invovling the curriculum or assessment please contact us today

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