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New Year, New You? Improve your number skills and confidence this January.

1 Dec 2022

Make it your new year resolution to boost your number know-how using the National Numeracy Challenge and you could win a £100 gift voucher.

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Think you’re not a maths person? Oh yes you are! We all are. Whether we're doing our shopping, planning a trip, supporting a football team or cooking dinner we’re working things out using numbers.

Join our Yes You Can community.

If you’re keen to make all that a little bit easier, join us this January.  By checking your numeracy skills once a week in the New Year using our online tool,  you'll gain confidence and skills - without a classroom in sight!

We'll provide: 

  • a private Facebook Group you can join to for support, growth mindset tips and encouragement
  • a regular #CheckInTuesday to keep you motivated 
  • free tip sheets and inspiring videos created by experts and fellow learners 

Not on Facebook? Not a problem. You can post about this on other social media channels and use the National Numeracy Challenge in your own time, at your own pace, on any device. Give it a go! Just like you would with a fitness regime or a mission to eat your five-a-day! 

Be in with a chance to win

We are encouraging everyone to brush up on their number skills and confidence by taking a check on the National Numeracy Challenge. It only takes 10 minutes and it's free.

If you complete a weekly check on the Challenge between 1 - 31 January 2023, you will be automatically entered into the draw to win one of three £100 One4All gift vouchers. 

These vouchers can be spent in store or online at a wide variety of shops.

Take part

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Try the National Numeracy Challenge

However you feel about maths, you’re not alone. The National Numeracy Challenge is a free and easy-to-use website you can use to improve your confidence with numbers, in your own time and at your own pace.

It’s ideal for brushing up, checking your level, or for catching up on learning you missed, and it’s all about the maths you need in daily life and at work – no algebra or trigonometry.

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