2.00pm to 4.15pm, Thursday 29 August
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Explore network theory, a branch of mathematics developed by the mathematician Euler, in this workshop with John Robinson.
Students will take a trip back in time to the 18th century, meeting Euler and taking a walk around the city of Konigsberg.
Through exciting hand-on actvities, discover the answer to questions such as ‘how does a postman avoid travelling down the same street twice?’.
John Robinson is a Mathematics teacher at the Pimlico Academy, and has delivered a number of Primary Masterclasses in the London area. He also now hosts a Primary Mathematics Masterclass series for students from local schools.
Please note, this workshop is strictly for 10–12 year-olds. There will be a short break during the workshop and a drink and a small snack will be provided. Students should bring their own snack if they have any allergies
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