Love it or loathe it, everyone has something to say when it comes to maths, including celebrities!
Find out what our fantastic line up of famous faces feel about maths on 17 May, as part of the only nationwide conversation about numbers. It might surprise you!
The celebrities are all sharing their own feelings about numbers in a bid to get Brits to open up too. Having a chat is often the first step to realising you’re not alone. Often many others feel just the same way you do!
Among the names getting involved are TV’s Dr Linda Papadopoulos, celebrity chef Ching He Huang, design and maker Will Hardie from George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces and celebrity mathematicians Hannah Fry and Tom Crawford, aka Tom Rocks Maths.
Who'll be number nattering this May?
- Rachel Riley, Katya Jones and Iona Bain will be kicking things off with their 'Making Maths Work for Women and Girls' Big Number Natter at 12:15pm
- Peter Sawkins will be talking to fellow Great British Bake Off winner Giuseppe Dell'Anno about all things baking and numbers
- Timi Merriman-Johnson – aka Mr Money Jar – will be chatting to fellow finance experts Bola Sol and Tayo Oguntonade
- Celebrity chef Ching He Huang will be telling National Numeracy CEO Sam Sims all about using maths in the kitchen and throughout her career
- Deaf Chef Official will be using Sign Supported English and Fifi Garfield will be using British Sign Language to help the deaf community get involved
- Alex Norris MP, Shadow Levelling Up Minister talks to National Numeracy CEO Sam Sims about opening up access to learning and jobs
- Dr Linda Papadopoulos chats to Bobby Seagull about tackling anxiety and a lack of confidence
Keep your eyes and ears glued to social media to find out what other new names will be joining in – we have loads more in store, including:
- Anna Williamson
- Bobby Seagull
- Hannah Fry
- Man vs Baby
- Money Mum Official
- Saving Money Bish
- She's On A Budget
- Shuffle T
- Stage Door Johnny
Join the UK's only nationwide conversation about numbers
This May, join celebrities, experts and influencers on social media by sharing your own number stories using #Big NumberNatter.
What's the story behind your favourite number? How do you use numbers in everyday life? Do you have any top tips for bagging a bargain?
Or join the thousands of people holding number natter sessions across the UK, by hosting your own conversation with family, friends or colleagues.