Maths Club



Who? Maths Club is open to everyone (sixieme to terminale). Its goal is to introduce students to topics in mathematics not generally covered in the school curriculum. 

Where?  every Friday at 1.00pm in room 914 (starting 21 September)

What?  Mathematical puzzles, logic and problem solving will be explored by introducing students to a variety of themes. All college and lycee students are welcome to attend. 

Please see the Maths Club website for weekly posts and more information.


Maths Club continues to support SAMI, a UK-based charity that looks to address concerns about access to and quality of mathematics education in Africa. A number of teachers and students from the Lycee have volunteered over the past few summers at Maths Camps in Kenya, Ghana, Tanzania and Ethiopia. 

In February 2017, the Lycee hosted a charity maths camp which raised much needed funds for SAMI. In October half term this year the maths camp will be held at Harris Westminster Sixth Form, this time for students in 1° and Terminale from across London. The camp will be entirely extra-curricular and will be full of engaging activities based around themes such as Cryptography and Modelling. There will be a guest lecturer from institutions ranging from Imperial College to Oxford University each day. And Simon Singh will be there, bringing his Engima machine!
There are 60 places available, more info can be found at

For further information please visit  or contact Mr Goodman, or Mrs Fleming,