Yorkshire Branch of the
Mathematical Association







MA Pure Maths pposters

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Our aims

The Branch aims to provide opportunities for all those who teach mathematics

  • to meet,
  • to discuss,
  • to investigate,
  • to gain knowledge and expertise in mathematics.

What we do

We have a lively programme of meetings and study sessions.

See the latest Newsletter: December 2019

New members are always welcome; come along to one of the meetings, or email

Our next meeting

Saturday 25 January 2020
1:30pm for 2pm
Venue: The Mall, School of Mathematics, University of Leeds

Andrew Jeffrey
the Mathemagician

What do The Rosetta Stone, Maths and Magic all have in common?


The Rosetta Stone changed our understanding of Ancient Egypt completely. But what could it possibly have to do with maths, and specifically how children learn it? Come along and find out! During this talk, Andrew will explain his thinking behind what works, and why. He will also play noughts and crosses, show you an impossible card trick, and even attempt to predict the evening's Lottery Results!.

For your diary: Wednesday 1 April 2020, 2:30pm
Dr James Cranch – University of Sheffield
How often do curves meet?

Venue: Rupert Beckett Lecture Theatre, Michael Sadler Building, University of Leeds


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