Welcome to your March newsletter from MathsBank . It's just a quick message to bring you up to date on the latest news from the site.
Offers for Renewing Subscribers
If you had a subscription that has now expired at MathsBank.co.uk, we hope you found the site useful in your teaching or your revision. We are now running a special offer until the end of March. To all existing or previous subscribers, we can offer you any new subscription at 25% off the price shown on the website. You will not see this offer on the website. If you wish to take it up, please reply to this email with subject line 'March Offer' and we will send instructions on how to proceed.
Just thought we'd point out that there are plenty of new questions on the site this month, particularly if you are interested in the C1 module. For example this on completing the square.
Please continue to let us know if you have anything to say about MathsBank, good or bad, e.g. if you spot anything missing or broken, question topics you'd like to see included, etc. Your feedback is most appreciated.
And finally, don't forget the MathsBank Blog. Since we last spoke:
We look back on the life of Caleb Gattegno, educator, inventor, mathematician and linguist, who was born 100 years ago this year.
Secondly, we chart the ever-growing list of universities willing, or compelled, to charge its students the highest possible fees from next year, when legislation allows them to do so. Note to sixth form students: start saving.
That's all for now, Luke.