I graduated in 2017 with a First Class Honours BSc in Mathematics from Keele University, and am now studying a Pure Mathematics MSc at the University of Manchester. Whilst at Keele University, I was a member of the Stoke-on-Trent Mathematics Excellence partnership. As a member, I taught mathematics at Trentham High School as a SCITT intern, recieved professional teacher training, ran intervention classes for students at Birches Head Academy. I also co-founded Keele University's FunMaths Roadshow, wherein myself and a team of fellow undergraduates vistited schools across Stoke, to provide a competitive problem solving activity session, with the goal of improving problem splving skills in schools.
The University of Manchester
2017 - Now
Mathematics - First Class Honours
2014 - 2017
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How do I do math?
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