**Maths Circles at ****Keble College, University of Oxford**

**Keble College, University of Oxford**## Where

## When

On Sundays, from 1 pm to 2:30 pm.

## View detailed schedule

#### 2023

September, 17 | Circle |

September, 24 | Circle |

October, 1 | no session |

October, 8 | Circle |

October, 15 | Circle |

October, 22 | Intra-Circle Maths Battle (2hrs long) |

half-term break | |

November, 5 | Circle |

November, 12 | Circle |

November, 19 | Circle |

November, 26 | Circle |

December, 3 | Circle |

December, 10 | Circle |

December, 16 | London Inter-School Maths Battle |

December, 17 | Intra-Circle Maths Battle (2hrs long) |

#### 2024

January, 14 | Circle |

January, 21 | Circle |

January, 28 | Circle |

February, 4 | Circle |

February, 11 | Intra-Circle Maths Battle (2hrs long) |

February, 25 | Circle |

March, 3 | Circle |

March, 10 | Circle |

March, 17 | Circle |

March, 24 | Intra-Circle Maths Battle (2hrs long) |

April, 21 | Circle |

April, 28 | Circle |

May, 5 | Circle |

May, 12 | Circle |

May, 19 | Circle |

May, 25 | London Inter-School Maths Battle |

May, 26 | End of Season Intra-Circle Maths Battle (2hrs long) |

**How to Attend**

Maths Circles & Battles are **free of charge** for all students of the school years 7 to 11.

To be invited to Maths Circles at Keble College in the school year 2023/24 please fill in this Registration form.

Please note, that if you are coming from an Independent School, you’ll need to participate in London Verbal Maths Challenge to be invited to the Circle.

## About Maths Circles and Maths Battles

Maths Circles are weekly extracurricular maths sessions for students in school years 7–11. The sessions are led by students of Mathematics from some of the leading UK universities. Maths Circles delve into topics that promote the art of problem-solving, nurture structured thinking, and cultivate a passion for mathematics. Participation is free of charge.

Maths Battles are debate competitions between two opposing teams. Students are not only required to solve a given set of mathematical problems, but also to present their solutions clearly and defend them under the scrutiny of the opponents.

Learn more about Maths Circles and Maths Battles.