What happened in 2014

Our round-up of the year in one minute and thirty-seven seconds  

Little Robot activity

Make a model of a robot … and find out how computer graphics developers use maths to make robots, monsters and more!

Join us at Bletchley Park this autumn!

Maths A5 flyer
So, we’re at Bletchley Park this autumn where we’ll be running three different workshops for families, on October 4th, 11th and 18th and November 8th, 15th and 22nd.

We also want to know: what’s the best way to help kids with maths?

We’re Stuck!

We’re excited to announce that we are launching into a new project – all about being stuck in maths.

Mathematicians are stuck all the time, and we want to find out how they deal with that and push on through to make new and exciting discoveries.

You can help us by coming to our first sessions and telling us what you think!

Autumn half term 2014

Looking for half term activities in Camden? We’ll be at Primrose Hill Library on Tuesday 28th October, from 2-5pm. Primrose Hill Library is very easy to get to – Sharples Hall St, London NW1 8YN, nearest tube Camden Town or Chalk Farm – and of course your visit could combine with a crisp autumn walk […]

Events in Camden this summer

FoT Tour flyer

Looking for things to do this summer? Look no further! We’ll be running Festival of Triangles in seven venues in Camden. So if you live in the borough, please come along for some making, doing, singing and mathematical fun

Cracking codes! HMS Belfast, 12-13 July, family event

It’s back! If you missed it last time, Cracking Codes is returning to HMS Belfast. It’s a fun family event that brings together maths, spying and the history of this amazing ship. From cracking codes to colouring krakens, there is something for all age groups. Come along and tell us what you think! Read all […]

How to make a toasty tangram…

Make your own tangram puzzle out of toast, and then make giraffes, cats or whatever you want. It’s playing with your food, but it’s also definitely mathematical.

Spies and their secret maths

Have you ever wondered what maths is used by spies?

In a former Blue Peter presenter’s words…

Read what Peter Duncan, actor, former Blue Peter presenter and former Chief Scout, has to say about Maths on Toast.