Hidden patterns in Durham Cathedral's architecture are revealed by mathematican, Steve Humble, in this Key Stage 3 maths video.
Steve examines how a cathedral like Durham was designed by following the master mason's use of practical geometry, symmetry, pattern and proportions.
He then sets mathematical challenges and brain teasers which are linked to some magical number patterns.
The video uses Northern Architecture's Making Architecture Count project for schools.
The NCETM aims to support and encourage mathematics - specifically continuing professional development for all teachers of mathematics across all phases
Information on activities and resources for schools
Downloadable articles on the number patterns used in the programme
Information on Northern Architecture's Making Architecture Count project for schools