News and what's on

What You Say Counts - Campaign launched

New Welsh campaign launched to encourage parents to be more positive about maths

Launch of new APPG on maths and numeracy

The education minister Elizabeth Truss launches new All Party Parliamentary Group on maths and numeracy

Wendy Jones's guest blog on Mike Baker's website

Wendy Jones argues that improvements seen in literacy levels can be extended to numeracy

Poor adult numeracy could cost the UK economy £20 billion a year

More than one in three adults feel held back by poor numeracy in daily life Employers & politicians challenged to join new campaign to improve the UK’s maths skills

Progress in 2013 and the year ahead

A summary of our achievements during our second year and a look ahead to 2014

National Numeracy has a new chair

David Frost CBE takes over from the charity’s founding chair Chris Humphries CBE

Debate - Improving levels of adult literacy and numeracy

Last week Caroline Dinenage, Gosport MP, held a debate in the Chamber of the House of Commons on ‘Improving levels of adult literacy and numeracy’.

New maths qualifications will boost numbers studying key subject to age 18

The Department for Education has published plans for ensuring that all young people in England continue with maths until they are 18. 

CBeebies Summer Tour

We joined the CBeebies Roadshow which toured cities across the UK

Consultation - GCSE subject content

In February 2013, the Department for Education announced its intention to comprehensively reform GCSEs.