Student Events


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Taster Days – Autumn Term 2017

These events are for year 11 students who are considering applying to Exeter Mathematics School for September 2018 entry and would like to find out more.  You will have the opportunity to meet EMS staff and students, take part in a series of workshops and have your questions answered. We now only have one Taster Day remaining this term on Saturday 2nd December.  Click on the link below for further information and to book your spot.

 

Taster Day 3: Saturday 2nd December 2017
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Royal Institution Masterclasses

Exeter Mathematics School is delighted to run a series of Royal Institution Mathematics classes on an annual basis for students in Years 6 and 9.


Year 10 Summer Residential: August 2017

Our biggest annual event; our Year 10 Summer Residential provides an insight into mathematics beyond GCSE study, along with the opportunity to experience campus life at Exeter University.


Mathematics Student Community – South West

We are pleased to confirm that Exeter Mathematics School will be continuing its MSC-SW for students in Year 8 through to 11 in the 2017/18 academic year.

All years are now full for the 2017/18 academic year.  We are operating a waiting list, so if you are a teacher and would like to nominate a student, please email: events@exeterms.ac.uk


Physics Student Community – South West

Following the success of Exeter Mathematics School’s, Maths Student Community, EMS began a Physics Student Community as of September 2016.

We are pleased to confirm that Exeter Mathematics School will be continuing its PSC-SW for students in Year 8 through to 10 in the 2017/18 academic year.

All years are now full for the 2017/18 academic year.  We are operating a waiting list, so if you are a teacher and would like to nominate a student, please email: events@exeterms.ac.uk


Mathematics GCSE Enhancement Course

Exeter Mathematics School will once again be offering a GCSE Enhancement Course for able Mathematics students in years 10 and 11 for the academic year 2017/18. Students will have the opportunity to work with EMS staff to develop their academic skills and support their progress towards A* grades in their GCSE’s. Our year 10 and 11 Enhancement programmes are now full – we are operating a waiting list, so if you are a teacher and would like to nominate a student, please email: events@exeterms.ac.uk


Physics GCSE Enhancement Course

Exeter Mathematics School will once again be offering a GCSE enhancement course for able Physics students in years 10 and 11 for the academic year 2017/18. Students will have the opportunity to work with EMS staff to develop their academic skills and support their progress towards A* grades in their GCSE’s. Our year 10 and 11 Enhancement programmes are now full – we are operating a waiting list, so if you are a teacher and would like to nominate a student, please email: events@exeterms.ac.uk


Physics Challenge!

In association with The Ogden Trust Exeter & East Devon Partnership, Exeter Mathematics School will be hosting a Physics Challenge on Monday, 4th December 2017. For further details and to register your schools interest, please contact: events@exeterms.ac.uk


FMSP Problem Solving Days

The Further Mathematics Support Programme (FMSP) is a government-funded initiative supported by the Department for Education and managed by MEI. The FMSP supports schools and colleges at Key Stage 4 and post-16 level to increase teacher expertise and student participation in AS/A level Mathematics and Further Mathematics.

Exeter Mathematics School is hosting two series of problem solving between September 2017 and March 2018, aimed at Year 13 students who are expecting to study Mathematics or related subjects at University, and who have had conditional offers that include MAT, TMUA, STEP or AEA.


Isaac Physics Student Workshops

These free workshops aim to develop each student’s confidence and problem solving skills in a core area of physics by tackling a range of examples from idealised problems through to real-world situations. Students will be guided through the problem solving process, and will solve a range of unusual problems with help and guidance from teachers. For further information, visit the Isaac Physics website.