Welcome to the website of the Maths Department of The North London Collegiate School!
If three numbers sum to zero then the sum of their cubes equals thrice their product. If AND ONLY if. #ilovemaths
Also... have you tried the Kakurasu's on Brainbashers? #addictive


Terms and Conditions: All year groups welcome. Questions can be of any style. Winners to be announced in the week after half term.

Here are some distractions:
 The Numberphile website is replete with interesting videos.
 Alex Bellos releases an amazing puzzle every Monday!
 Nrich has problems for you to work on, as well as some interesting articles.
 There are some BBC News articles about maths and beauty, maths and women, maths and parents, and maths abroad.
 The NYTimes maths blog has loads of challenging puzzles and solutions, and recently went viral with this problem.
 The MacTutor History of Mathematics is an amazing database where you can find anything about any mildlyinteresting mathematician.
 Ms Copin's favourite card games are Dobble and SET. Something to ask your parents for so you can beat them at games in the holidays.
 Mr McMillan's favourite website is currently Seeing Theory  a very cool visual way of playing with probability and statistics.
 More cool consumerism is here...
 The Numberphile website is replete with interesting videos.
 Alex Bellos releases an amazing puzzle every Monday!
 Nrich has problems for you to work on, as well as some interesting articles.
 There are some BBC News articles about maths and beauty, maths and women, maths and parents, and maths abroad.
 The NYTimes maths blog has loads of challenging puzzles and solutions, and recently went viral with this problem.
 The MacTutor History of Mathematics is an amazing database where you can find anything about any mildlyinteresting mathematician.
 Ms Copin's favourite card games are Dobble and SET. Something to ask your parents for so you can beat them at games in the holidays.
 Mr McMillan's favourite website is currently Seeing Theory  a very cool visual way of playing with probability and statistics.
 More cool consumerism is here...