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Amin

Amin

"Maths is presented as an adventure! Every time we are introduced to a new topic, it becomes a journey to find a formula or the rule."

Louisa

Louisa

"The teachers are incredibly welcoming, you know that there is that support system and you don't ever need to feel lost."

Gabriele

Gabriele

"We've had all sorts of different people come in who have done presentations and assemblies."

Charles

Charles

"Maths is a foundation. The things we are taught here will better equip us for degrees in computing, engineering and physics."

Huiling

Huiling

"The structure of teaching is exciting. The teachers encourage students to find out more. They would guide you to find the answer yourself."

Cameron

Cameron

"The good think about maths is that it is so broad, and so many employers like it, that it doesn’t limit my career prospects."

Lamis

Lamis

"The classrooms are amazing! They have these small pods as well with whiteboards inside for us to discuss stuff."

Joshua

Joshua

"I like coding, coding is cool! I'm making a game for my EPQ and the programming I have learnt here has helped me develop a game that I am proud of."

Lauren

Lauren

"It feels a lot more like a community. It has that special vibe from people who enjoy doing what they are doing."

Michelle

Michelle

"When you are in a place with loads of top mathematicians, it's a challenge and it pushes you. It makes you more passionate about maths."

Finnbar

Finnbar

"All the teachers are really happy to be here and make their subject cool to learn. If you do become stuck, there are lots of opportunities to catch up after school and ask for teacher’s help, which is really nice."

Collin

Collin

"King's Maths School creates an atmosphere where I want to pursue my aspirations."

Zoe

Zoe

"There has been a lot of guidance with the UCAS process. The teachers are all very helpful; any time you want to go and see them, there will be there"

Marcus

Marcus

"The PhD mathematician from King's College London is great at teaching us new ways of approaching problems."

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