Join us for Maths Week between 10 and 14 March, when we'll be bringing you a feast of mathematical content based around the new National Curriculum – and Pi Day.


The Department for Education already has a whole host of resources around the new maths curriculum on its National Curriculum 2014 TES Community Group. You can also see the latest resources designed to help teachers adapt to the new maths curriculum by visiting the NCTEM's profile on TES Connect.


Here are some of the things you can expect to see during the week:

Monday 10 March 


Blogs on what's changing for teachers in the new primary curriculum for maths and secondary curriculum for maths


A live chat with minister Liz Truss on mathematics in the new National Curriculum (7-8pm). 

Tuesday 11 March


A video from the NCTEM on the content of the new qualifications

Wednesday 12 March


NCTEM's Charlie Stripp blogs about the changes to the mathematics curriculum


A TES Professional blog on a knowledge-exchange trip between Shanghai and English maths teachers

Thursday 13 March

The DfE's Stephen Rogers joins us for an evening ‘ask the expert‘ webchat on primary and secondary maths between 6 and 7pm.

Friday 14 March

The DfE's Tom Goldman joins us for an evening ‘ask the expert‘ webchat on how to encourage students to continue in their study of maths post-16.


We celebrate all things irrational with a competition based around pies and Pi Day.

In addition to all of that, you can join in with the maths chat on the forum, follow @tesMaths on Twitter or read the TES Maths blog.