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Senior Team Maths Challenge posters

What are the posters?

The National Final of the Senior Team Maths Challenge includes a Poster Round. Each year since 2008 the UKMT has produced an A2-sized poster based on the winning entry.

2017 poster

Cellular automata

STMC Poster 2015

Based on the winning poster by Royal Grammar School, Newcastle.

2016 poster

Kirkman's schoolgirls problem and Steiner systems

STMC Poster 2015

Based on the winning poster by Backwell School.

2015 poster

The mathematics of the solar system

STMC Poster 2015

Based on the winning poster by Dunblane High School.

2014 poster

Ruled Surfaces

STMC Poster 2014

Based on the winning poster by The Grammar School at Leeds.

2013 poster

Sets and Logic

STMC Poster 2013

Based on the winning poster by The Grammar School at Leeds.

2012 poster

Spherical geometry

STMC Poster 2012

Based on the winning poster by Royal Grammar School, Newcastle.

2011 poster

Curves Produced by Rolling

STMC Poster 2011

Based on the winning poster by North London Collegiate School.

2010 poster

Fractal Curves and their Dimension

STMC Poster 2010

Based on the winning poster by King Edward VI High School for Girls, Birmingham.

2009 poster

Links

STMC Poster 2009

Based on the winning posters by Hill's Road Sixth Form College, Portsmouth Grammar School and Marlborough College.

2008 poster

How would you judge a freehand circle-drawing competition?

STMC Poster 2008

Based on the winning poster by Loughborough Grammar School.

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STMC

The Senior Team Maths Challenge (STMC) is jointly organised by the UKMT and the Further Maths Support Programme.

The Challenge is open for entry to all schools and colleges in the UK with the appropriate age range of pupils (the equivalent of Years 12 and 13 in England & Wales).

Each school is invited to enter a team of four pupils for a Regional Final.

The winning team at each regional final and a few runners-up will receive an invitation to the National Final.

Senior Team Challenge United Kingdom Mathematics Trust The Further Mathematics Support Programme