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The PMC is a nationwide challenge for pupils who want to get involved in some interesting and stimulating mathematics. It is a test with multiple-choice problems which interest pupils and are mathematical. Aimed at pupils aged 9-11 years, PMC is taken by thousands of children every year.

The test is designed to encourage enthusiasm, boost confidence in mathematics and shows the different way questions can be asked. Answering the questions does not depend on mathematical knowledge alone, but on the ability to think things through, be logical and find ways to solve problems. It is designed to make students think outside the box!

Every child taking part gets a certificate, and Gold, Silver and Bronze certificates are awarded to those who do particularly well. There is also a "bonus round" for those who do really well.

Last date to enrol 1st November. 


Press  'Primary Mathematics Challenge (PMC) CLICK ME' above to read more (enrol - no obligation) 
http://www.primarymathschallenge.org.uk/

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Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching (CIMT)

Mathematics Enhancement Programme (MEP)

Mathematics Enhancement Programme (MEP)  is the result of international research carried out by CIMT and presents the best and most effective methods, philosophy and teaching style of maths in this fantastic resource.

FREE

There is a full set of curriculum resources for Primary and Secondary level (A level being developed) , including texts, lesson plans, classroom resources, assessment materials and on-line interactive resources. You can get all this for free or buy the excercise books which are very reasonably priced.

TEST

CIMT has now made online versions of all the IPMA primary tests and the MEP secondary tests.Children can take these tests using most web browsers, and their work is immediately marked.

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