The Ri runs a varied programme of public events covering a range of mathematical and scientific topics. Further information on these can be found in the events calendar.
One-off workshops for pupils and teachers
In addition to visiting our masterclass groups, we are sometimes able to arrange one-off visits to schools. These can cover a range of topics and offer pupils a chance to gain an insight into a different area of mathematics and make connections between concepts and ideas. If you are interested in arranging a visit, please contact the team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 020 7670 2942.
Members' Masterclasses are sessions for Ri members and their guests to come along and experience an Ri Mathematics Masterclass. A relatively recent addition to our programme, the classes take place up to three times a year, usually in the half-term holidays. As with all of our masterclasses, the sessions are aimed at young people and are designed to introduce them to the beauty and practice of mathematics. The sessions are hands-on and interactive, with recent topics including ‘Numbers of Nature and Beauty', ‘Codes and Information' and ‘Kaleidoscopes'.
Booking in advance is essential; look out for the next session in the events calendar. Depending on the topic, each session will be suitable for a different age-group, so make sure you check before you book. You can find out more about membership, including Faraday membership (for young people), here.