• BBC Learning Schools - a colourful, varied site designed to support the BBC's educational broadcasts and provide students with an environment in which to develop their knowledge. Students can visit the Learning Station home page for a full list of Web sites for schools, and teachers and parents are able to surf into the Education for Adults home page to find a comprehensive list of online educational resources.
• +Plus Magazine - this internet magazine aims to introduce readers to the beauty and the practical applications of mathematics.
• Zona Land - here there are educational and entertaining explanations, plus a range of graphics pertaining to physics, mathematical sciences, and mathematics in general. Whether pupils are specifically curious about fractals, geometry or vectors, they will find the answers here.
• NRICH Online Maths Club - for school pupils.
Mathematica has a very nice web site and is certainly worth visiting for two special features:
• The Prime Pages - all you ever wanted to know about primes.
• History of Mathematics - a history of mathematics from ancient times to the present day, and biographies of famous mathematicians.
• The Mathematical Atlas - a collection of short articles giving an introduction to topics in modern mathematics.
• Euclid's Elements - a website to rekindle interest in this hugely influential historical work.
• Integer Sequence Resources - use this site to get information about particular number sequences.