The conference for all 14-19 mathematics teachers
27th - 29th June 2013
University of Keele
There is ample parking near to the conference (Chancellor’s Building). Please note that from Monday to Friday 9am-5pm a pay and display system operates for parking. However, when registering for the conference delegates can request a parking permit, which should be printed by the delegate in advance and displayed in the vehicle windscreen to avoid receiving a fine (this is not necessary at the weekend). You can also download the parking permit here.
The University is situated two miles (3.2km) west of Newcastle-under-Lyme on the A525 road to Whitchurch, Nantwich and Crewe.
Please see the separate Getting to the Conference page for detailed information about travelling to the campus.
Please come first to Chancellor’s Building, following the signs for MEI Conference, to the MEI registration desk in the foyer. We will issue you with your delegate folder and badge, and you will be able to check your timetable for any room changes, etc.
Staff at Chancellor’s reception will be able to help with any other enquiries during your visit to Keele University.
Comus Restaurant is the venue for delegates’ lunch. Comus is located next to the Westminster Theatre in Chancellor’s Building. Comus offers a buffet style lunch.
Please see the delegate timetable for meal times.
During refreshment breaks tea, coffee, juice, water, biscuits and fruit will be available in the foyer and gallery, where the exhibition will be located. Refreshments will also be served on the ground floor the Colin Reeves building (School of Computing and Mathematics) to delegates working in the computer suites and upstairs teaching rooms in the Mathematics department.
Please see the timetable for break times.
There will be water coolers in each session room and in the public areas. Water will be available with lunch and dinner.
‘Le Café’, located in Chancellor’s building, is ideal for networking or a quiet drink during the day and serves tea, coffee and a variety of wines, beers, spirits and soft drinks. In the evening Le Café will open as a private bar for delegates.
There is also a small shop, ‘Vite and Eat’ in Chancellor’s building, selling drinks and snacks.
There are snack and drinks machines available on the ground floor of Colin Reeves building (School of Computing and Mathematics) and the Sports Centre.
A campus map can be downloaded here.