Compare Sessions

Please see the grid below to compare the suitability of different sessions for different age groups and group sizes. 


(Years 7 - 9)


(Years 10 - 11)


upper/high ability
(Year 11)


upper/high ability
(Years 12 - 13)


Group size


Group size

Shapes and smoke rings   Any All
Mathematical magic Up to 40 Up to 100 All
The hidden maths of technology     Any All
Freaky Probability   Any All
Maths in the Simpsons     Up to 40 Any Presentation: All
Workshop: Matt
Adventures in the fourth dimension     Any All
Paper folding & problem solving Up to 40   All
Domino Computing   Up to 40   All
Numbers in the News     Any Zoe
Maths's greatest unsolved puzzles   Up to 40 Any Katie
Fractals and dynamical systems       Any Katie
The maths of money games       Up to 200 students Sessions by Rob Eastaway, friend of Think Maths
I wasn't expecting that:
Maths and intuition
      Up to 200 students
Pick a card, any card   Up to 50 students Up to 125 students, only KS5
The hidden maths of sport   Up to 50 students Up to 125 students


Most sessions we offer are designed to fill a one hour lesson time slot.

Group Sizes

Sessions can be delivered as large group presentations or as smaller hands-on workshops (40 students or fewer). 

Age Groups

Our sessions are designed for age groups ranging from KS3 up to KS5. The content can be adapted for all ability levels unless otherwise indicated in the literature. Mathematical Magic and Shapes and Smoke Rings can be adapted for Year 6.

Other Audiences

Think Maths can also deliver teacher CPD. Our session ‘Engaging Enrichment in the Classroom’ covers a variety of enrichment topics, and can be adapted to suit a theme. It includes hands-on enrichment activities that can be used in the classroom and suggests further places where enrichment ideas can be found. 

CPD can also be delivered on specific enrichment topics, with many of the sessions listed for students can also be delivered as a CPD session, and a teacher 'team building' CPD can be delivered. Also, don't forget about our free classroom resources here

Think Maths have also delivered at science festivals and community events in the past.


Email us on to find out about availability and book.