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Building confidence with numbers for primary and EYFS practitioners

Confidence with numbers is particularly important for staff supporting children in primary and early years and yet, many of them will tell us they feel anxious about maths. This can have a negative impact on the workforce from struggling with aspects of their job roles to holding them back from accessing career development programmes.

In order to support staff to feel more confident with maths, National Numeracy are offering free places on our Becoming a Numeracy Champion programmes.

This CPD accredited programme does not teach maths, but instead explores how participants think and feel about maths, discusses the causes of maths anxiety and provides practical strategies to support individuals to improve their skills and confidence with numbers in the workplace.

The programme runs across two online sessions and participants are expected to attend both sessions. The online sessions are delivered on Zoom and participants will be sent joining instructions by National Numeracy.  These sessions are open to teaching assistants, family liaison officers, nursery practitioners and primary school teachers, who do not feel confident with numbers.  


Why not take up this exciting new initiative and sign up to the Numeracy Champion programme now? 

  • Would you like to explore your own relationship with maths and how you feel this impacts on your life? 
  • Are you interested in understanding how others feel about maths and that you are not alone in these thoughts? 
  • Would you like to understand strategies to help you overcome your fears of maths that might be holding you back? 

Then this programme is for you!

Sign-up here to join us:

Tuesday 19th & 26th March 9:00am - 12:00pm

Friday 26th April & 3rd May 9:00am - 12:00pm

Wednesday 8th & 15th May 9:00am - 12:00pm

Click here to join the waiting list

Who we are

We are National Numeracy, a charity set up in 2012 to raise the levels of numeracy in the UK among both adults and children. Our own research and government figures show that around half of adults in the UK have the numeracy expected of primary school children, we want to change this. Our Numeracy Champions have helped thousands of adults. Join them and see the difference you can make.