Mathematics Super Curricular Resources
Need help with finding some super curricular reading for Mathematics? Check out these online resources:
Oxford Mathematics Alphabet - Here you will find members of the Oxford Mathematical Institute writing about engaging mathematical ideas and the latest research. Posters will be available for all letters to download and print. Keep checking back to see the next instalment
The Oxford Online Maths Club - Every Thursday at 16:30 (UK time), the Oxford Online Maths Club will be livestreaming one hour of maths problems, puzzles, mini-lectures, and Q&A. It’s free, interactive, casual, and relaxed, and the livestreams are recorded so that you can watch back afterwards if you're not free at 16:30 on a Thursday.
Plus magazine - Plus is an online magazine which aims to introduce readers to the beauty and the practical applications of mathematics.
NRICH - run by the University of Cambridge, NRICH has a lot of problems and activities that you can access and practice.
Tom Rocks Maths! - Tom is a Mathematician at the University of Oxford. Through his different videos, he explores different areas of mathematics. You can also check out his YouTube channel, Numberphile, which is the largest maths education channel on YouTube with over 3 million subscribers.
Want to know more about studying at the University of Oxford and what a course here would entail? You can access the Mathematics' prospectus from the University of Oxford.