- Top-Top Set Maths – a project that stretches the most able students.
- Parallel Project – a free weekly miscellany of maths aimed at secondary school students.
- Who Wants to Be a Mathematician? – an annual maths competition for secondary schools.
- Ramanujan Plaque – In 2016, Good Thinking funded a plaque to mark the famous conversation between Ramanujan and Hardy about the number 1,729. The plaque was officially unveiled to the public at an event on June 16th.
Mathematics Projects by Good Thinking
“Who Wants to Be a Mathematician” is a national high school competition held annually in America, involving more than two thousand students. Back in January 2016, Good Thinking’s Simon Singh was lucky enough to attend the final in Seattle, and in autumn 2016 we worked with Mike Breen, the AMS and Matt Parker to run a …
The Top-Top Set Maths project is running a pilot in thirteen secondary schools. The project encourages schools to create a Top-Top Set, in addition to their standard setting, to cater for the top ~7.5% of students. The aim of the pilot is to maximise the potential of numerate and ambitious students (starting in Year 7), …