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Maths , GCSE , Functional Skills

In this podcast, Beth Goodliff of the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics speaks to Maths4Girls, who provide inspirational speakers and role models to talk to students about why girls can and should study maths.

The podcast, with timings, runs as follows:

00:20 – Introductions to the participants
05:43 – The founding and work of Maths4Girls to date
08:50 – Advice for girls about the importance of studying maths
14:02 – What Maths4Girls can provide
15:58 – Maths Hubs Work Groups exploring maths for girls and STEM
23:10 – The impact of role models
24:24 – Advice for teachers of girls to encourage them to be confident mathematicians

Listen to the podcast here

View more maths resources on Skills for Life Network here

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