Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and The Manchester Grammar School Maths Lecture
Sixth-form students from state and independent schools are invited to The Manchester Grammar School to hear from a visiting speaker on a range of mathematical topics.
The aim of the partnership is to enrich the education of sixth-form maths students by inviting a speaker from The Institute of Mathematics and its Applications to give the lecture on a mathematical topic of their choice.
The first IMA sixth form lecture was held at The Manchester Grammar School in 1997. MGS and the IMA work collaboratively to arrange a speaker and invite local schools to the lecture.
The lecture is hosted at The Manchester Grammar School, and facilitated by our Maths department.
The lecture is aimed at students in the sixth form. 200 students from state and independent schools attend each year, although the lecture is always oversubscribed.
The lecture lasts one hour and takes place annually.