Simon Dawson, AC for Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham and Sheffield
On Thursday 21 June, Year 10 pupils from around South Yorkshire have the opportunity to attend the University of Sheffield for a series of interactive workshops. The session will be led by the following guest speakers:
- Dr Sam Marsh (University of Sheffield)
- Dr Alison Parton (University of Sheffield)
- Eve Pound (Murray Edwards Cambridge and University of Sheffield)
- Dr Fionntan Roukema (University of Sheffield)
- and a Keynote lecture from Prof Imre Leader (Trinity College Cambridge)
It is always an outstanding day out for pupils to inspire them to be our next wave of mathematicians!
To book your places at this free event email James Cranch.
Sheila Eastwood, AC for Calderdale, Kirklees, South/East Leeds and Wakefield
York & Huddersfield
Two opportunities are taking place in York and Huddersfield, allowing Year 10 students to experience maths that is surprising, fun, challenging and useful. The aim is to make students see that studying maths post 16 can open the door to a diverse range of university courses and job opportunities.
During the day, students will attend three exciting workshops and a keynote lecture about maths and the art of juggling. The events will take place at York St John’s University on 21 June and at Huddersfield University on 1 July. Further information by visiting the event descriptions.