Welcome to NANAMIC - National Association for Numeracy and Mathematics in Colleges
Smith Review into post-16 mathematics education
The long-awaited Smith review into post-16 mathematics education has been published. It looks at all aspects including A Level Maths and Further Maths, Core Maths, GCSE re-sits and Functional Maths.
This is the most significant report for many years. We eagerly await the government's response.
NANAMIC Annual Conferences
We had two conferences again this year, one in Ealing, London on 11 July and one in York on 13 July. Further details and reports about the conferences will be available soon.
BCME 9 - 2018
This Easter it is time for the British Congress of Mathematics Education. This 4 yearly event will take place at Warwick University. Join with hundreds of other maths teachers from all sectors. More details can be found on our Conferences pages.
Raise funds for NANAMIC at no cost to you
You can help NANAMIC by buying things through the Give as you Live website. You purchase from your usual sources including Amazon, John Lewis, large supermarkets, travel companies and hundreds more, and they will donate money to NANAMIC. It does not cost you anything. Use this link to check it out.
Chartered College of Teaching
Become a founding member
To join this new organisation which represent all teachers, including those in post-16, visit their website. NANAMIC members are entitled to a £10 reduction. Only £29 which entitles you to attend either of their initial conferences for free.
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.