Underground Mathematics is a new project launched by the Cambridge University Mathematics Faculty in collaboration with the Department of Education. Hundreds of free teaching resources are organised through thematic tube lines, with various topic ‘stations’ marked along the way. This innovative project is a brilliant way for teachers to supplement classroom work and is also great for anyone interested in additional study or revision activities.
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