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MEI Inspired 2023

MEI Inspired is a series of free twilight webinars designed to inspire you, enrich your teaching and benefit your students’ learning.

These sessions are designed to appeal to all maths teachers, regardless of experience or Key Stage level – there is something for everyone!

We’ll introduce you to new concepts and resources, direct you to opportunities to further support your students, and explore professional development opportunities.

Looking for MEI Inspired 2022?

Materials and recordings are available from last year’s event.


2023 Recordings

Introduction to MEI Inspired

A message from Charlie Stripp, MEI’s Chief Executive.


How can we support KS2-3 transition through cross-phase collaboration?

This session took place on 14 March.

MEI has a range of resources that support KS2-3 transition. Explore how they can be used to create transition focused PD for teachers and projects for students as they move from Year 6 to 7.


On Demand PD – where next?

How does MEI put accessible, inclusive and ‘stickable’ professional development in every teacher’s pocket? We look at the innovative ways that MEI are contributing to putting the C back in CPD by providing genuine continuous professional development.

Data science course for students.

Introducing your A level/Core Maths students to Data Science

This session took place on 21 March.

MEI has developed a short 6-lesson course to introduce A level and Core Maths students to Data Science using the Python programming language. In this session we will explore how you can offer this course to your students… and you don’t need any Python experience to get started!


Reaching Further

This session took place on 22 March.

MEI is delighted to be able to offer professional development to practitioners in Further Education, fully-funded by the DfE. This session will explore the variety and richness of the PD offer, from on-demand subject knowledge enhancement courses to our bespoke ‘FE CPD Menu’, and everything in between.


Maths and climate change

This session took place on 30 March

Opportunity to work on two maths activities in different climate-related contexts and reflect on issues and implications for the classroom. Ideal for Key Stage 3 or Core Maths teachers looking to include climate issues in their maths classrooms.