Welcome to NANAMIC - National Association for Numeracy and Mathematics in Colleges



NANAMIC Annual Conference


Monday 11th July 2016, from 9.45 am to 4.00pm


Stoke-on-Trent College



Motivating mathematics learning


Our focus this year is on highlighting teaching approaches and resources which stimulate and engage learners. This is of especial relevance at a time when mathematics will become a compulsory subject for many reluctant post-16 learners.  This event also offers an opportunity for you to share your expertise and ideas with teacher colleagues.


Keynote speech

Developing mathematical resilience


Dr Clare Lee, Open University



Confirmed CPD workshops include:


Ø  Creating puzzles, investigations and games which reinforce mathematical concepts

Ø  Building conceptual understanding using "Maths in Context" teaching approaches

Ø  The impact of dyslexia and dyscalculia on the acquisition of numeracy skills

Ø  Core mathematics  including an update and an opportunity to share problem solving resources of more general interest


Complete the on-line conference booking form to secure your place. To pay by credit/debit card use our PayPal account.


If you experience any difficulties with this, please contact the NANAMIC Administrator admin@nanamic.org.uk



Cost: Members £99, Non-members £119 inclusive of membership fee.




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NANAMIC transferred to a Charitable Incorporated Organisation from 1 April 2014


Follow this link for more details.


For copies of the annual report to the Charity Commissioners and the submitted accounts checkout the Charity Commissioners' website.


Plan your CPD for this academic year

NANAMIC can offer Continuing Professional Development events tailored to the requirements of individual organisations. With a national network of experienced facilitators/trainers we can provide CPD to support those who teach Functional Mathematics, GCSE maths, A Level Maths and Adult Numeracy.


Further details can be found by following this link.