A numbers game by Tabitha Gould, 20 April 2018 Tabitha Gould suggests ways to use interactive maths games in the classroom

Well begun is half done by Darren Macey, 23 March 2018 Darren Macey suggests a new way of looking at the concept of median

Holiday snapshot by Rachael Horsman, 16 March 2018 Rachael Horsman even uses her mathematical literacy on exotic holidays!

Think you know how to spot thinking? by Tabitha Gould, 02 March 2018 Tabitha Gould considers ways of identifying mathematical thinking in the classroom.

From symmetry to circle theorems by Rachael Horsman, 23 February 2018 Rachael Horsman encourages the use of symmetry to introduce Primary pupils to circle theorems.

A triangular argument by Rachael Horsman, 26 January 2018 Rachael Horsman investigates different - but equally valid - ways of looking at geometry

The problem with problems by Tabitha Gould, 05 January 2018 In her first blog for Cambridge Maths, Tabitha Gould explores the possibilities of noticing and encouraging the essential elements of early mathematical thinking through problem solving.

Scope of enjoyment by Rachael Horsman, 08 December 2017 Explore the beauty and wonder of kaleidoscopes - and the maths behind them - with Rachael Horsman

Using Excel and R to simulate coin flipping by Darren Macey, 03 November 2017 Darren Macey shows how to create simulated data in Excel and then use R to analyse it